It is imperative to build software or platforms that meet people’s needs, as only then will they access the developed software or platform. The field that is responsible with identifying user needs and developing products or services that meets them is UX design and this course has been developed to mold you into a highly talented UX designer. Covering the areas that of UX design and the areas that are needed to establish a career in it, this course has made sure to include every possible major aspect in relation to UX design, so that you can easily position yourself as a prominent professional in the industry.
The course breaks down the UX design into 5 phases and all of these phases will be given due attention throughout this course. Although the terms UI and UX are used interchangeably, these two are distinct concepts and after the completion of this course, you will be skilled enough to clearly set both of these concepts apart.
The other modules will enlighten you on the earning potential for a UX designer and the skills needed to get your hands on your first UX project, making this a career guide course as well. Furthermore, you should also be prepared to familiarise with the UX wireframing tools and UX testing methods that will be taught through this course.
As improvements and advancements are made in technology, online courses are no longer just conventional means of studying at affordable costs. In many aspects, online training offers superiority to traditional learning. There is an effectiveness and convenience that traditional learning cannot provide. The overall convenience and flexibility make it a superior learning method.
Study 365 offers the most convenient path to gain an internationally recognised qualification that will give you the opportunity to put into practice your skill and expertise in an enterprise or corporate environment. You can study at your own pace at Study 365 and you will be provided with all the necessary material, tutorials, qualified course instructor and multiple free resources which include Free CV writing pack, TOTUM Discounted Card, Free career support and course demo to make your learning experience enriching and more rewarding.
The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course. The content will be accessible to you 24/7. The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the lectures at any time.
Those who successfully complete the exam will be awarded the Certificate in How to Become a UX Designer
The certificate will be awarded by CPD and iAP. This internationally recognised qualification will make your CV standout and encourage employers to see your motivation at expanding your skills and knowledge in the IT enterprise.
On the successful completion of this course, you will be eligible enough to work for a range of jobs in the IT industry. This certificate is also a great opportunity for you to further your studies in the area or to make career progression demands from your employer. Below listed are some of the jobs this certificate will help you land, along with the average UK salary per annum according to https://www.payscale.com/career-path-planner,
PLEASE NOTE: We do not provide any software with this course.
|2: 5 Phases for the UX designer|
|5 Phases for the UX designer|
|3: UX can be broken into 3 fields|
|UX can be broken into 3 fields|
|4: UI vs UX|
|UI vs UX|
|5: How much can I get paid as a UX designer?|
|How much can I get paid as a UX designer?|
|6: How to get your first UX project|
|How to get your first UX project|
|7: Setting your objectives & goals|
|Setting your objectives & goals|
|8: UX Research introduction|
|UX Research introduction|
|9: Competitor UX research|
|Competitor UX research|
|10: UX Personas or user profiles|
|UX Personas or user profiles|
|11: Group exercise: Creating Personas|
|Group exercise: Creating Personas|
|12: UX feature list|
|UX feature list|
|13: Group exercise: Pairwise comparison|
|Group exercise: Pairwise comparison|
|14: UX card sorts: Open & Closed|
|UX card sorts: Open & Closed|
|15: UX wireframing tools|
|UX wireframing tools|
|16: Should you test your wireframes?|
|Should you test your wireframes?|
|17: Moodboards Inspiration|
|18: Tips for building amazing UI/UX designs|
|Tips for building amazing UI/UX designs|
|19: What tools can I use to build my UX mockup?|
|What tools can I use to build my UX mockup?|
|20: User testing tools: InVision|
|User testing tools: InVision|
|21: Finding users for your UX testing|
|Finding users for your UX testing|
|22: Methods you can use to do a UX test|
|Methods you can use to do a UX test|
|23: More detailed UX testing: Ethnographic Eye tracking, Expert review & Diary Studies|
|More detailed UX testing: Ethnographic Eye tracking, Expert review & Diary Studies|
|24: How many people do I need for my UX test?|
|How many people do I need for my UX test?|
|25: Reporting your UX findings|
|Reporting your UX findings|
|26: Why this could be you last UX project - ever|
|Why this could be you last UX project – ever|
|27: How should it actually be built?|
|How should it actually be built?|
|28: Post-project testing: A/B testing, search bars & live chat|
|Post-project testing: A/B testing, search bars & live chat|
|29: How to stay current in UX|
|How to stay current in UX|
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