Software Design for Non-Designers – openSAP
- Solution:User Experience Level:Details, Configuration & Transaction Languages:English
- This course is an introduction to the topic of software design for non-designers. It aims to explain common aspects of design as way to improve user experience in software engineering, and will provide an introduction to a few basic steps you can apply to your next project. It is taught by Scott Klemmer from UC San Diego, and a team of design- driven development experts from SAP. In this course, you will:
- Gain an understanding of the relevance of design to the development of quality products
- Learn how to extend the current sense of “product quality” to include delighting end users
- Understand the role of designers, developers and development architects, product managers, and business experts in design
- Become familiar with the skills and resources you will need to design and build quality products
- Deepen your knowledge of design and the work of designers with development and other teams
- Get familiar with how good design can become a part of your daily work
- This course is part of the UX Learning Journey . Please review the Learning Journey so that you have a good understanding of any pre- requisites and to maintain your continuous learning journey at SAP.
- Access the course here (free of charge).
- Professionals interested in designing business applications and processes
- Business Process Analyst
- Solution Architect
- Development Consultant
- UX Designer
- Professionals interested in software design
- openSAP is SAPÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s open online course provider and has proven to be a successful enabler for innovation adoption at scale and thought leader in cloud based knowledge transfer. openSAP is part of SAPÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s integrated learning portfolio. It is important to understand that the UX Learning Journey contains your full enablement journey of which this course is part. Click here to find out more.
- Week 1 – What is design and why design matters:
- Design thinking, design practice, and the language of design
- Week 2 – Design Process:
- The software interface design process, roles and concepts
- Week 3 – Needs finding:
- Understanding the needs of the people you are designing for.
- Week 4 – Conceptual Design:
- Matching product design to the work of the user
- Peer Assessment
- Week 5 – High Fidelity Design:
- Simple, yet impactful considerations when design software applications.
- Week 6 – Design at work:
- A peek behind the scenes of how software design works at SAP.