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This beginners UX Design Course will cover all the user experience design fundamentals, to equip you with in-demand industry skills.
Module 1 includes key topics such as:
The Different Roles of a UX Designer
In this class, you will gain a complete insight into the role, skills and responsibilities of a UX Designer: from the day-to-day tasks to the qualities of a top designer. It will teach you everything you need to know about how UX designers think and work.
The Major Parts of UX Design
This section will explore the core components of UX design in detail, taking an in-depth look at elements such as usability, desirability, value and credibility.
Module 2 includes key topics such as:
Human Centered Design
How can you make a design more accessible and useful for humans? In this class, you will learn how the UX process incorporates human-centred design to meet the needs of users and enhance the value of a design.
Root Cause Analysis
Root cause analysis (RCA) is a process used to get to the root of a design problem. In this section, you will learn how RCA is conducted to identify the primary cause behind a design issue. It covers techniques used by experienced professionals in this field.
What is Agile UX?
This class is a complete step-by-step guide to integrating UX practice with Agile software methodology. It will introduce you to a useful framework that can be applied to all aspects of UX design.
Module 3 includes key topics such as:
In this class, we will take a look at the different ways that we can manage users’ expectations when designing products and apps. We will also gain a deeper understanding of how expectations influence the user experience.
In this class, we will explore the core components of information architecture, and take a look at why information architecture is essential for supporting usability and findability.
Information Architecture Examples
Now that we have a solid understanding of what information architecture is and how it works in UX design, we will learn how to apply this knowledge practically by exploring some key examples.
Module 4 includes key topics such as:
Humans Hate Change
Humans hate change, and this includes redesign. In this section of the course, you will deepen your understanding of user behaviour and psychology. It will teach you how to design for embraceable change, to keep change aversion at a minimum.
F-z Patterns Cart Abandonment, Form Field Conversions
In this section, you will learn how to use F&Z patterns in landing pages, how to lure back customers who have abandoned their cart, and will explore best practices for forms and higher conversions.
Module 5 includes key topics such as:
This class includes top tips for improving discoverability in UX. It will take you step-by-step through how to design for discoverability, with expert advice on how to improve your content, build the perfect user interface, and reduce visual clutter.
Constraints With Examples
Through this section, you will learn about the role of constraints in design innovation. It will provide you with an in-depth understanding of constraints to enhance creativity, taking you through the most common constraints in UX design in detail.
Grouping And chunking with Examples
In this class, you will learn how chunking helps content processing, as well as explore the fundamental principles of grouping, with examples to help you apply your knowledge in a real-life context.
Module 6 includes key topics such as:
Speed and Delays
Internet and app users have minimum patience, and if a web page is too slow to load, they will most likely leave the website altogether rather than wait. In this class and final module, you will learn why speed matters in UX design and how page speed and delays affect user experience.
In this section, you will deepen your understanding of how Google Analytics can help Web Designers with UX design and enhance the research process through valuable insights.
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