50 Shades of UX Design [Video]

50 Shades of UX Design

50 Shades of UX Design [Video]

English | MP4 | AVC 1920×1080 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 5h 31m | 991 MB
eLearning | Skill level: All Levels

50 Shades of UX Design [Video]: Understand the user in-depth and apply the best UX practice and design principles

Whether your background is in development or design, you will often hear phrases such as ‘Oh, this software is easy, the users will have no problem with it, or can you just add some UX to it’. As digital creators; How do we navigate through the often subjective and conflicting input from various stakeholders, into our design work? How can we be certain that our design will be successful with the user? How can you create a good design?

This course will immerse you in five core aspects of user experience. You will look at how to understand users better, so you can create better experiences for them. We will get practical, looking at specific tools and methods, as we consider how to collaborate more constructively with others in our organizations.

Our conversational style of teaching will help you pick up the basics quickly, without getting bogged down in the theory. The course also offers total flexibility so that, if you want to investigate a particular topic, you can jump straight in at your own pace.

  • Explore the world of user-centered design and transform the way you create experiences
  • Create products that provide maximal value to the customer, to save you time and money
  • Develop strong empathy for the user, to help you create usable software
  • Create credible and desirable software for the user, to improve sales conversions and help users stay loyal to your products
  • Deploy interfaces that are findable and help cut your organizational support costs
  • Appreciate the role that UX plays within your organization, so you can collaborate better with your multi-disciplinary teams
  • Build compelling cases for UX, to help you win new work and improve your portfolio

By the end of the course, you will be able to decode UX designs and understand what actually excites your customers and what doesn’t.


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