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亲爱的裸婚 发表于 2016-10-14 22:42:27
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This is a review of online course Built for Use by Joe Natoli and hosted at Give Good UX.
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  Course information

  
       
  • Course Name:  Built for Use   
  • Author: Joe Natoli   
  • Hosted by: Give Good UX   
  • Length: 3.25 hours   
  • Intended Audience: Beginner/Intermediate UX Designers   
  • What You’ll Learn: The how and why of changing traditional engineering requirements process to a user-centred one.   
  • Assumed Knowledge: Basic knowledge of UX terms   
  • Price at time of review: $97 USD  
  Review

  I wish this course had been available 10 years ago. Working as a UX Designer back then, I was often handed novel-length product requirements documents (PRD). I had no understanding of how they were created and why they never made any sense for my job. Why would I read these super long documents?
   In this course, Joe Natoli explains how PRDs are created and more. Not only is this a solid course for UX designers, I thinkproduct managerswould benefit from it too.
   I’ve taken a lot of UX courses over the years, but this is the first I’ve seen on this specific topic. Compared to others, this one is top notch in explaining the why and  what of requirements gathering.  Built for Use is of similar quality to courses I’ve taken by Susan Weinschenk at  The Team W and  UXTraining courses by Colman Walsh. Another excellent library of courses is Jared Spool’s  AYCL video library. But none of these options cover this particular topic.
   I must admit I’d never heard of Joe Natoli before taking his courses on Udemy. But he knows his stuff. He also has a great Facebook group to support his course.
  Joe has excellent examples and humorous stories that kept me interested and intrigued throughout the course. During each step, he explains the value UX brings to the table – so not only is this a course about changing the requirements process, but it also teaches you to sell the value of UX.
     
Review: Built for Use-1 (available,documents,knowledge,created,process)
   The UX Value Loop
      After explaining the shortcomings of the current requirements process, Joe brings in three UX techniques to help reconfigure this activity: empathy maps, situational maps, and scenarios. He explains how to use each technique, then asks the viewer to try each method as an exercise. There’s no review of your work, but he shows examples of possible solutions.

Review: Built for Use-2 (available,documents,knowledge,created,process)
   Engineering vs. UX Requirements Process
    I’ve heard of situational mapping, but never used it in my work. Joe’s explanation and examples make it easy to follow along and learn this technique.
  The concept behind situational mapping is to get closer to situations the user is likely to find themselves in. You map their needs to the situation by developing a hypothetical situation for your user. Take note of the stresses and possible outcomes as you fill out the template.
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