User Interface and Experience Design

Now that we can measure and confirm the relationship between good UX and successful websites, UX skills are in high demand.



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About This Course

The idea of UX, or User Experience, is not new but continues to be a sore point for designers and end users. For those who can figure it out, it pays well more than graphic design alone. And, UX design uses skills you already have. Interested? Don’t have a clue what UX Design is or where to start? We’ve got the UX design training experience that’s going to open a whole new world, and better-paying work!

UX design is creating products, most commonly apps and websites, that are easy to use, please the end user and look great. It’s understanding what the target user needs and how they get what they want. It’s how they interact with the information and how they navigate your design. The reason there’s so much demand for UX designers is that not a lot of graphic designers truly understand what’s involved. It’s more than slick graphics!

What you would be learning

You’ll learn what the relevant tools are for UX Designers.

You’ll find out how much a UX designer can earn.

You’ll learn how to research a UX project.

You’ll learn the difference between UI

Knowledge Required

No previous UX understanding is necessary.

While a basic understanding of design will be needed to become a UX Designer you don’t need any of these skills to complete this course.

Certificates issued on completion

statement of accomplishment

A statement of accomplishment establishes that a student has sufficiently and adequately completed about 80% of the course's requirement and is expected to have properly understood the underlying skill and knowledge being taught, and can apply them with little or no supervision.


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Topics In This Course

An Introduction to User Experience Design
Review: The Design of Everyday Things
First Principles of Interaction Design
First Principles of Interaction Design [Continued]
Researching User Experience
Measuring User Experience
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