- In this seminar you will learn to derive and prioritise relevant user needs and user requirements systematically and purposefully from the context of use.
- The seminar familiarises you with the terms, concepts and methods of user requirements engineering.
- Short, theoretical units are followed by extensive exercises
- Specific preparation for the theoretical and practical CPUX-UR exam
- In the practical exam, you identify requirements from an as-is scenario, derive user requirements and assign these to a suitable task model.
- The contents of the seminar are based on the curriculum of the International Usability and User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB®).
- 7 sessions of 2.5 hours each (content, exercises, mock exam, summary) spread over 4 days.
- 3 full days (content, exercises, mock exam, summary), day 4 exam day
The content of the seminar is based on the curriculum of the International Usability and User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB®).
- You will gain a comprehensive overview of the methods of context of use analysis, identification of requirements and derivation of user requirements.
- Through numerous accompanying exercises during the seminar, you will learn to apply these methods independently.
- Targeted preparation for the theoretical and practical CPUX-UR examination.
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You will gain an insight into the basic concepts of the following fields of competence based on theoretical principles and numerous practical examples:
- Overview of the human-centred design process
- Introduction to context of use analysis
- Planning and implementation of context of use analysis
- Identification of requirements
- Deriving usage requirements
- Prioritisation and reporting of user requirements
- Cooperation and interfaces of the user requirements engineer with other roles and tasks in the human-centred design process
The contents of the seminar correspond to the curriculum and glossary of the International Usability and User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB®), which is recognised by 5 European professional associations of Usability Professionals (e.g. German UPA).
- All those involved in the development and design of systems, products and services.
- Usability professionals who want to know more about the methodology of context of use analysis, the identification of user needs and the derivation of user requirements.
- UX professionals who would like to refresh and certify their practical knowledge on the basis of the ISO standard.
The CPUX-F certificate is a prerequisite for participation in the CPUX-UR seminar.
Online seminars last 3.5 days, 7 sessions of 2.5 hours, from 8.30 to 11.00 and 13.30 to 16.00.
Face-to-face seminars take place either directly at Spiegel Institute or in centrally located venues. They last 3 days from 9.00 to approx. 18.00. Day 4 is an examination day from 9.00 to 15.00.
Dates and venues can be found here.
You can take the theoretical exam online at a suitable time in the two weeks following the online or the face-to-face seminar.
The practical exam can only be taken face-to-face. It takes place on day 4 following a face-to-face seminar. For participants of online seminars’, we will organise a practical exam on one of those exam days following a face-to-face seminar.
Please note: A CPUX-F certificate is required to take the theoretical and practical exam.
Individual in-house seminars:
On request, we can also hold our seminars directly in your company. In-house seminars are ideal for training an entire team. We will be happy to put together an individual seminar programme tailored to your needs.