Product Design: User-Centered Design

This course introduces you to the user-centered design process, a process typically used in product and industrial design. The user-centered design (UCD) process focuses on gaining a deep understanding of who will be using the product throughout all phases of the design and development process, from user research and empathy to defining design criteria, idea generation, prototype development, testing, refinement, and final presentation. Your goal is to model a lunch box. Using Fusion 360 as the 3D CAD/CAM tool, you will quickly generate sketches for user review and feedback, streamline the design reiteration process, and inform design choices based on user needs. Let's get started!

Product Design: User-Centered Design
12 lessons | 1 hour 27 minutes
Author: Jamie Billing
Software: Fusion 360
Level: Advanced
Enrollment: 813

iCourse Description

Lesson 1: Getting started

Lesson 2: Introduction to Fusion 360

Lesson 3: The User

Lesson 4: Developing concepts

Lesson 5: User feedback & live review

Lesson 6: Refine your design solution

Lesson 7: Simulation

Lesson 8: Document the lunch box

Lesson 9: Render the lunch box

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22 comments
Perspective grid explanation are in very short so if you could help a way to learn in more details, thank you.
I'm mexican, I thank really for your open course, I've learned to much, about design, time life product, custom oriented objects, and the most important is the aprroach 'hands on and forward', good for you....
Lessons are useful for understanding the tools and actions to perform in Fusion, however, the course could be more challenging.
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