The UX Design for Beginners course will teach learners principles in UX, usability and interactive design. These basic concepts can be applied anywhere and the course will touch on essential concepts and behavioural patterns. Develop the skills and knowledge to deliver better UX for websites and mobile app. The course is perfect for designers and developers who want to gain practical understanding of which principles and qualities would make a product efficient, usable and functional. It is a comprehensive training for designers and developers to learn UX design and upgrade your level of skill and confidence in improving websites, mobile apps and products.
The course will cover key elements of UX principles, UX usability and interaction design, human behaviour and decision making and how to improve user experience.
The UX Design for Beginners course will also enable designers and developers to gain in-depth understanding of tools and techniques for effective usage of UX design, how to apply mental models and mapping, how to avoid common UX mistakes and apply UX and usability principles. Once learners have grasped the basics of UX design, the course will enable designers and developers to take their career in UX design and development to the next level.
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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 course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the lectures at any time.
At the end of the course, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for assessment and certification when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed.
Those who successfully complete the course will be awarded the UX Design for Beginners certificate by CPD & iAP. The qualification will make you valuable to employers, and your motivation at gaining new skills will be recognised.
Muhammad Ahsan Pervaiz is an award-winning, multi-talented designer. His hunger for perfecting the User Interface from all aspects has led him to work with clients all over the world, including the USA, Australia, UK, and United Arab Emirates. With a career spanning over 10 years, his work includes projects for FORTUNE 500 companies such as INTEL, PANASONIC and Coca Cola.
Muhammad’s experience includes improving the User Experience of the UK GP Tools Mobile App, games and e-commerce websites, and creating new design patterns for showing passwords safely in password fields. He’s worked from App Icon Design to App UI Design, and from wireframes and prototypes to mockup design.
His ultimate goal is to make more awesome UI Designers, and ease the pain of learning for newcomers in this field of UI Design.
Once you successfully complete the UX Design for Beginners you will be qualified to work in the following positions. The qualification will also put you in line to demand a higher salary or job promotion. The average UK salary per annum according to https://www.payscale.com/career-path-planner is given below.
|1: Ux Definition And Roles|
|1.1 What is UX?|
|1.2 Can I Be a UX Designer?|
|1.3 Different Roles of UX Designers|
|1.4 Major Parts of UX Design|
|2: Human Centered Design, Double Diamond Model & Root Cause Analysis|
|2.1 What is Human Centered Design (HCD)?|
|2.2 Double Diamond Model of Design by Don Norman|
|2.3 Using Root Cause Analysis|
|2.4 Seven Stages of Action by Don Norman|
|2.5 Five Second Usability Test|
|2.6 What is Agile UX?|
|3: Principles & Concepts Of Ux, Usability & Interaction Design|
|3.1 What are Affordances, Anti-Affordances and Signifiers?|
|3.2 Examples of Affordances and Signifiers|
|3.3 Affordances and Signifiers Explained|
|3.4 What is Mapping and Natural Mapping?|
|3.5 Conceptual and Mental Models in UX|
|3.6 Working Memory and Attention Span|
|3.7 Working Memory Examples|
|3.8 Recognition rather than Recall|
|3.9 Examples of Recognition rather than Recall|
|3.10 How Do User Expectations Work?|
|3.11 User Expectation Examples|
|3.12 More on User Expectations|
|3.13 Limits of Peripheral Vision|
|3.14 Examples of Limited Peripheral Vision|
|3.15 What is Context of Use in User Experience?|
|3.16 Context of Use Explanation|
|3.17 Why Stakeholders are as Important as Users|
|3.18 What is Information Architecture?|
|3.19 Information Architecture Examples|
|4: Human Behavior, Decision Making, Decision Making & More|
|4.1 Human Laziness, Decision Paralysis, and Reading Pattern|
|4.2 Human Decisions – How Old and New Brian Works|
|4.3 Humans Hate Change|
|4.4 Our Goals and Change Blindness|
|4.5 Examples of Human Behavior, Decision Paralysis, and Why We Hate Change|
|4.6 Examples of F and Z Reading Patterns|
|5: Designing For Humans|
|5.1 Discoverability – Can Users Discover Product Features?|
|5.2 Discoverability Assignment|
|5.3 Learnability – Can Users Learn to Use a Product Easily?|
|5.4 Feedback – Do Users Know What is Happening?|
|5.5 Feedback within Context|
|5.6 Examples of Visual and Audio Feedback|
|5.7 Consistency in Design and Function Examples|
|5.8 Constraints and How to Use Them to Improve UX|
|5.9 What are Slips and Mistakes and How to Avoid Them|
|5.10 Designing for Errors with Examples|
|5.11 User Always in Control with Examples|
|5.12 Using Grouping and Chunking to Improve UX|
|5.13 Physical and Mental Limitations of Humans|
|6: How Developers Can Improve User Experience|
|6.1 Using Design Patterns|
|6.2 Don’t Let Users Think – Do Heavy Calculations Yourself|
|6.3 Why Users Always Need Speed and When to Use Delays|
|6.4 Power of Smart Defaults and Suggestion|
|6.5 Guiding and Training Users at Every Step|
|6.6 Reduce Number of Barriers for User Entry|
|6.7 Use Natural Language rather than Codes|
|6.8 Examples of Natural Language or Conversational Forms|
|6.9 Using Google Analytics|
|6.10 Timing of Notifications and Our Perception|
|6.11 Data Driven Design and Anticipatory Design with Examples|
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