UX design is one of the most in-demand roles today and, as brands understand how much it impacts their overall strategy, it can only continue to grow.
If you’re a newcomer to the world of user experience or considering a career in that field,
this course will give you the foundation you need.
You'll get started in User Experience Design, by knowing what UX is and what is not, debunking some myths and common beliefs.
You'll be walking through the entire UX process from strategy
and requirements to information architecture and visual design.
Through practical labs and exercises, you will be documenting your entire UX design process and showcasing your work for your portfolio.
What you'll learn
After completing this course you will be able to :
Identify the roles and responsibilities of a UX designer.
Walkthrough the five elements of user experience: strategy, scope, structure, skeleton, and surface – exploring each element in detail.
Conduct popular research methods: stakeholder interviews, competitors review, and user interviews.
Review the requirements document, identifying any ill-defined scope.
Analyze principles of interaction design and positioning of elements in an interface.
Differentiate between varied types of wireframes.
Explore visual design principles to understand what makes designs effective.
Showcase a UX case study applying the entire UX design process.
No previous knowledge required, just the motivation to learn about UX design.