Turning Design Thinking into Action I

Overview

This short course will introduce the techniques used when applying design thinking to user experience (UX) design. The course covers the five stages of design thinking (empathise, define, ideate, prototype and test), providing the skills needed to understand user needs, explore those needs through low-fi prototyping, and test whether the user's needs are met.

 

Course Outline

  1. User research and requirements definition
  2. Prototyping I: low-fi and experience prototyping
  3. Evaluation I: Usability Studies
  4. Project presentations (assessment) and module summary

Course Details

Date 5, 6, 9, 11-13 November
Time 1pm-4.30pm
Venue Course will be held online.
Price Click here for the cost table of all courses under the Professional Certificate for Design Thinking and User Experience Design
SSG Code CRS-N-0052073

 

Who should attend?

Non-design and design professionals who are involved in innovation, change management and problem-solving, with a least a Polytechnic diploma.

Enquiries

For any enquiries on the course, contact Ms Melody Loh at cnm.exec@nus.edu.sg, or Tel: 6516 7847

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