- In this seminar you will learn how to develop creative solutions based on context of use information.
- The seminar familiarises you with the terms, concepts and methods of Designing Solutions.
- short, theoretical units are followed by extensive exercises
- targeted preparation, especially for the CPUX-DS practical exam.
- In the practical exam, you will go through the steps from task model to task-related modelling to the first low-fidelity prototype.
- 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 detailed overview of the design process itself, the focus is on the activity “Generating design solutions to meet user requirements”.
- Through numerous accompanying exercises during the seminar, you will learn to apply these methods independently and will thus be optimally prepared for the practical exam.
- You can tackle the theoretical online exam at your own pace after the seminar, thus taking the pressure of the theoretical exam out of the seminar.
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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:
- The seminar content follows the curriculum.
- We will look intensively at chapters 1 to 3 and practise every single step up to the creation of a low-fidelity prototype.
- We will touch on chapters 4 to 6 to fully understand the design process. You should still study these chapters in depth on your own for the theoretical exam.
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.
- UX professionals who want to know more about the methodology of user-centredness and how to transfer the results of context of use analysis into design solutions
- UX professionals who would like to refresh their practical knowledge on the basis of the ISO standard and have it certified.
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.