How Will I Benefit?
- Boost your career in UX design
- Deepen your knowledge and skills in your chosen field just in hours not years!
- Study a course that has been designed by industry professionals.
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- Have access to a tutor whenever you are in need
So, what are you thinking about! Start getting the benefits by enrolling today!
Why Choose Lead Academy:
- Lifetime Access
- High-quality e-learning study materials
- The UK and globally recognised qualification
- Self-paced, no fixed schedules
- 24/7 customer support through email
- Available to students anywhere in the world
- No hidden fee
- Study in a user-friendly, advanced online learning platform
Who is this course for?
- This comprehensive UX Design for Beginners course is suitable for anyone looking to improve their job prospects or aspiring to accelerate their career in this sector and want to gain in-depth knowledge of UX design.
What you will learn
Introduction To User Expericne, Ux Roles and How to Be a UX Designer
- Can I be a UX Designer?
- Different roles of UX Designers2
- Major parts of every UX Design
- What is Human Centered Design (HCD)?
- What is Agile UX? (Student Request Headshot Video)
- Double Diamond Model of Design by Don Norman
- Using Root Cause Analysis in UX Design
- Seven Stages of Action by Don Norman
- 5 second Usability test
- What are Affordances, anti-affordances and Signifiers?
Human Centered Design, Double Diamond Model Of Design And Root cause Analysis
- Examples of Affordances and Signifiers
- Affordances & Signifiers explained → Headshot Video
- What is Mapping and Natural Mapping?
- Conceptual and Mental Models in UX
- Working memory and our attention span
- Examples of Working Memory and attention
- Recognition rather than recall
- Examples of Recognition rather than recall
- How User Expectations actually work?
- User Expectations example → Headshot Video
- Examples of User Expectations
- Limits of Peripheral Vision
- Examples of limited Peripheral Vision
- What is Context of Use in User Experience?
- Explanation of Context of use → Headshot Video
- Why Stakeholders are as important as Users?
- What is Information Architecture? (Headshot Video)
- Examples of Information architecture (Navigation best practices)
- Human laziness, Decision Paralysis and reading pattern
Principles & Behavior Patterns, Decision Making, Scanning Patterns And Change Blindness
- Human Decision making → How Old and New Brain works?
- Humans hate change
- Our Goals and Change Blindness
- Examples of Human behavior, Decision Paralysis and why we hate change
- Examples of F & Z reading patterns and why humans don’t like barriers
Designing For Humans → How to Design Better Products For Humans
- Discoverability → Can your users discover your product’s features
- Learnability → Can your users learn to use your product easily
- Feedback → Do users know what is happening or just happened?
- Examples of Visual and Audio Feedback
- Feedback within the context → Walmart Example
- Consistency in Design & Function with Examples
- Constraints and how to use them to improve UX
- What are Slips & Mistakes and how to avoid them?
- Designing for errors with Examples
- User always in control with Examples
- Using Grouping and Chunking to improve UX
- Physical & Mental limitations of Humans
How Developers Can Improve User Experience?
- Using Design Patterns → Don’t re-invent the wheel
- Don’t let users think → Do heavy calculation yourself
- Why Users always need Speed and when to use Delays?
- Power of Smart Defaults & Suggestion
- Guiding and Training Users at every step
- Reduce number of barriers to entry for Users
- Use Natural language rather than codes
- Examples of Natural language or Converstational Forms
- Timing of notifications and our perception
- Using Google Analytics to know more about Users
- Data driven Design and Anticipatory Design with examples
- Case Study Solution → GPtools App
What you require
- There are no academic entry requirements for this UX Design for Beginners course, and it is open to students of all academic backgrounds.
- As long as you are aged seventeen or over and have a basic grasp of English, numeracy and ICT, you will be eligible to enrol.
- On successful completion of the UX Design for Beginners course, you will be eligible to order your certificate of achievement as proof of your new skill. The certificate of achievement is an official credential that confirms that you successfully finished a course with Lead Academy. You/your employer can verify your certificate through our website. Certificate can be obtained in PDF version at a cost of £12, and there is an additional fee to obtain a printed copy certificate which is £35.
- This UX Design for Beginners course opens a brand new door for you to enter the relevant job market and also provides you with the chance to accumulate in-depth knowledge at the side of needed skills to become flourishing in no time. You will also be able to add your qualifications to your CV, enhance your career and become more competitive in your chosen industry.