User requirements for an interactive system form the basis for a human-oriented design process: They provide a comprehensive description of an interactive system from a user perspective and show the structured development of products with a sound user experience.
In this seminar you will receive systematic and targeted instruction on how to derive the relevant user needs and user requirements from the usability context as well as how to prioritise them.
This seminar familiarises you with the terms, concepts and methods of User Requirements Engineering. We give short theoretical lessons before completing extensive exercises on the topics. We prepare you specifically and practically for the theoretical and practical exam to become a Certified Professional for User Requirements Engineering (CPUX-UR). The practical exam to attain the CPUX-UR certificate consists of analysing the usability context, drawing up a report on user needs as well as formulating and prioritising the user requirements.
The content of the seminar is based on the curriculum of the International Usability and User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB®).
You gain a comprehensive overview of the methods of analysing the usability context, identifying user needs and determining user requirements. A wide range of accompanying exercises in the seminar help you to learn how to apply these methods independently.
The “Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience – User Requirements Engineering (CPUX-UR)” certificate is awarded after completing the following activities:
- 3-day seminar with accompanying exercises
- The theoretical and practical exams are given on the 4th day*
- The theoretical exam lasts 90 minutes
- The practical exam lasts 6 hours
You can find more information here:
*Further information is provided in the examination regulations for CPUX-UR by UXQB®
Based on theoretical basic knowledge and numerous practical examples, you will gain insights into the basic concepts in the following fields of expertise:
- An overview of the human-oriented design process
- Introduction to usability context analysis
- Planning and implementing the usability context analysis
- Identifying user needs
- Determining user requirements
- Prioritising and reporting user requirements
- Cooperation and interfaces between the User Requirements Engineer and other roles and tasks in the human-oriented 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).
Anyone involved in developing and designing user interfaces: project managers, usability professionals, requirements engineers, specialist and usability experts, researchers, etc.
- Usability professionals who want to know more about the state of the methodology for analysing usability contexts, identifying user needs and determining user requirements
- Experienced professionals who want to compare, adapt and certify their practical knowledge with best practices based on the ISO standard
The CPUX-F certificate is a prerequisite for participating in the CPUX-UR seminar.
The seminars take place at the Spiegel Institut.
Individualised in-house seminars at your company:
In addition to events held at the Spiegel Institut, upon request we can also organise our seminars directly at your offices. In-house seminars are a good idea, for example, if you want to train your entire team. We would be happy to draw up an individualised seminar programme, tailored to your needs. We look forward to hearing from you!
Day 1: 10:00 a.m. – approx. 6:00 p.m.
Day 2: 9:00 a.m. – approx. 6:00 p.m.
Day 3: 9:00 a.m. – approx. 6:00 p.m.
Day 4: 9:00 a.m. – approx. 5:00 p.m. (test day)