Inconsistencies, unnecessary steps, uncertainty about what to do, lack of trust, we all came across interfaces that caused these feelings. But how do we create interfaces that provide the opposite experience? Some useful tips and tricks will ensure that your application will convert more and your users will be more satisfied.
By the end of this online course, you’ll understand:
The UX landscape
How to transform requirements into a usable interface
The different steps in a design process
What branding is
The importance of a design system and what it involves
How to share designs with developers
How to test whether an interface is usable or not
The difference between heuristics, guidelines, and standards
And you’ll be able to:
Create feature maps
Create information architectures
Build substantiated wireframes
A first introduction to UX
User or task flow
Handoff to development
Why follow this course?
Did you know that a poor user experience can be deadly? Both people and businesses can suffer from a bad user experience. In this course, I'll teach you where user experience comes from and what this term covers. Specifically, we will look at the user experience of digital products. Digital products only add value if they meet the user's and business's needs in the most efficient way possible. Using a design process, we discover step by step how to turn an idea into a tangible and well-substantiated interface.
This course will teach you what user experience is and how to build better products.
About the teacher
Freelance software designer
Born to design a more user-friendly (ww)world. Currently working as Competence Lead UX/UI at Ordina to help our clients create valuable and usable applications.