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cursos 100% online

Comece imediatamente e aprenda em seu próprio cronograma.
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Cronograma flexível

Definição e manutenção de prazos flexíveis.
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Aprox. 3 meses restantes

4 horas/semana sugeridas
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English

Legendas: English

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Um programa de cursos integrados do Coursera é uma série de cursos para ajudá-lo a dominar uma habilidade. Primeiramente, inscreva-se no programa de cursos integrados diretamente, ou avalie a lista de cursos e escolha por qual você gostaria de começar. Ao se inscrever em um curso que faz parte de um programa de cursos integrados, você é automaticamente inscrito em todo o programa de cursos integrados. É possível concluir apenas um curso — você pode pausar a sua aprendizagem ou cancelar a sua assinatura a qualquer momento. Visite o seu painel de aprendiz para controlar suas inscrições em cursos e progresso.

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Todos os programas de cursos integrados incluem um projeto prático. Você precisará completar com êxito o(s) projeto(s) para concluir o programa de cursos integrados e obter o seu certificado. Se o programa de cursos integrados incluir um curso separado para o projeto prático, você precisará completar todos os outros cursos antes de iniciá-lo.

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Este Programa de cursos integrados contém 4 cursos

1Curso

Visual Elements of User Interface Design

4.9
20 classificações
4 avaliações
This design-centric course examines the broad question of what an interface is and what role a designer plays in creating a user interface. Learning how to design and articulate meaning using color, type, and imagery is essential to making interfaces function clearly and seamlessly. Through a series of lectures and visual exercises, you will focus on the many individual elements and components that make up the skillset of an interface designer. By the end of this course, you will be able to describe the key formal elements of clear, consistent, and intuitive UI design, and apply your learned skills to the design of a static screen-based interface. This is the first course in the UI/UX Design Specialization offered on Coursera, and is meant to provide a foundational understanding and application of UI principles before moving into UX....
2Curso

UX Design Fundamentals

5.0
3 classificações
This is the second course in the UI/UX Design Specialization, following Visual Elements of User Interface Design. This hands-on course examines how content is organized and structured to create an experience for a user, and what role the designer plays in creating and shaping a user’s experience. You will be led through a condensed process that acts as a roadmap for developing robust UI/UX design: from ideation and sitemapping, to the creation of paper and digital prototypes. Building on the design skills learned in Visual Elements of User Interface Design, you will apply this methodology to produce a digital prototype for a multi-screen app of your own invention. By the end of this course, you will be able to describe and apply current best practices and conventions in UX design, and employ the fundamental principles of how UX design functions to shape an audience's experience of a given body of content....
3Curso

Web Design: Strategy and Information Architecture

5.0
1 classificações
This is the first course in a two-course workshop, in which you will deeply explore and practice every phase of the user experience process. While the concepts covered will translate to many kinds of interactive media (apps, digital kiosks, games), our primary focus will be on designing contemporary, responsive websites. This course is focused on the early UX challenges of research, planning, setting goals, understanding the user, structuring content, and developing interactive sequences. In this course you will complete the first half of a large scale project—developing a comprehensive plan for a complex website—by defining the strategy and scope of the site, as well as developing its information architecture and overall structure. Along the way we will also discuss: - Different job descriptions in the web design industry and where UX and UI skills fall within this spectrum - The difference between native apps and websites - The difference of agile vs. waterfall approaches - User personas and site personas - User testing The work and knowledge in this course continues in the last course in the UI/UX Design Specialization, Web Design: Wireframes to Prototypes, where you will tackle—finally—wireframes, visual mockups, and clickable prototypes....
4Curso

Web Design: Wireframes to Prototypes

This course is focused on the application of the early UX research to actual user interfaces: the creation of wireframes, high-fidelity mockups, and clickable prototypes. Along the way we will also discuss: - Responsive web design and mobile web challenges - Mobile-first approach - Web typography - The relationship between design and programming and whether it is important to know how to code - The different web technologies that make the web work, such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, server-side coding, and databases. This course is the continuation of the course Web Design: Strategy and Information Architecture, in which students completed the first half of a large scale project—developing a comprehensive plan for a complex website. If you are intending to complete the assignments in this course to earn a certificate you must complete the Strategy and Information Architecture course first so you have the materials and data needed to begin creating wireframes and mockups in this course....

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Michael Worthington

Faculty, Program in Graphic Design
School of Art

Roman Jaster

Visiting Faculty, Program in Graphic Design
School of Art

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Perguntas Frequentes – FAQ

  • Yes! To get started, click the course card that interests you and enroll. You can enroll and complete the course to earn a shareable certificate, or you can audit it to view the course materials for free. When you subscribe to a course that is part of a Specialization, you’re automatically subscribed to the full Specialization. Visit your learner dashboard to track your progress.

  • This course is completely online, so there’s no need to show up to a classroom in person. You can access your lectures, readings and assignments anytime and anywhere via the web or your mobile device.

  • This Specialization doesn't carry university credit, but some universities may choose to accept Specialization Certificates for credit. Check with your institution to learn more.

  • The courses in this Specialization are taught from a graphic design perspective, so it's ideal to have some ability in visual form-making or visual communication. Fundamentals of Graphic Design, the first course in the Graphic Design Specialization, also offered by CalArts on Coursera, would be an excellent course to take in combination with or as a prerequisite to this Specialization.

  • Yes, we recommend you take all of the courses in the order given. Courses 3 and 4, Web Design: Strategy and Information Architecture and Web Design: Wireframes to Prototypes, are meant to be taken together as you will be working on one project that bridges these two courses.

  • It will take approximately 16 weeks to complete the entire Specialization. In the latter two courses, expect to spend as much as 10 hours a week completing project work.

  • By the end of the Specialization, you will be able to:

    Describe and demonstrate a working knowledge of all stages of the UI/UX development process, from user research to project strategy to wireframing, culminating with creating a convincing digital prototype.

    Interpret and apply strategies and methodologies essential in the UI/UX development process.

    Identify, discuss, and appreciate the integral role visual design plays in UI/UX.

    Demonstrate visual design’s role in UI/UX through the creation of successful design artifacts.

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