Experience Design Fundamentals

$200.00

What you will learn

Students will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of UX research and design. The course covers the meanings of common terms that are used in the field of user experience design, core methods of user research, the UX process, the principles of good UX design, how to generate great UX  concepts, prototyping, testing and evaluating user experiences.

Duration
Three hours

What you will get
We provide a certificate for the course upon request. If you would like a digital certificate email us at info@dcc-edu.org after the course and we will email you a digital certificate. You will receive by post after registration one print copy of the book “Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide to Experience Maps Journey Maps Blueprints Empathy Maps” by Rob Curedale.

6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White Bleed on White paper
400 pages
Design Community College Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1940805214
ISBN-10: 194080521X
BISAC: Design / Reference

 

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Additional information

Dates

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Description

Students will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of UX research and design. The course covers the meanings of common terms that are used in the field of user experience design, core methods of user research, the UX process, the principles of good UX design, how to generate great UX  concepts, prototyping, testing and evaluating user experiences.

Content

What is user experience design?
Skills of a UX designer
8 principles  of UX
Elements of User Experience
Important Terms and Concepts
Uncovering unmet user needs
user engagement
The UX process
Plans
Proposals
Discovery techniques
Building insights through a toolkit of techniques
Focus groups
Interviewing
Observation
Experience mapping
Personas
Segmentation
Blueprints
Sketching and wireframing
Content
Prototyping
Evaluation
Conducting usability testing
Presenting UX
Review and questions

Information

Who should attend?
Designers, consultants. engineers, marketing professionals, project managers, team leaders. managers, executives, and students. Please note we do not provide courses for those preparing online course materials.

Duration
Three hours

Prerequisites
None

By the end of the course
Students will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of UX research and design. The course covers the meanings of common terms that are used in the field of user experience design, core methods of user research, the UX process, the principles of good UX design, how to generate great UX  concepts, prototyping, testing and evaluating user experiences.

What you will get
We provide a certificate for the course upon request. If you would like a digital certificate email us at info@dcc-edu.org after the course and we will email you a digital certificate. You will receive by post after registration one print copy of the book “Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide to Experience Maps Journey Maps Blueprints Empathy Maps” by Rob Curedale.

6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White Bleed on White paper
400 pages
Design Community College Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1940805214
ISBN-10: 194080521X
BISAC: Design / Reference

Where is the class held?

This class is online

About the instructor

Rob Curedale was born in Australia and worked as a Design Researcher, Design Director, Design Educator and Designer in London, Sydney, Vevey, Switzerland, Portugal, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, Hong Kong, China, and Detroit. Curedale has designed in global markets including Europe, Australia, Asia and North America.Rob is the author of 20 on design. He has written more than 25 books on design that are specified as texts at many international design schools. Rob’s past positions include Senior Producer at frog, North American Design Manager at Haworth, the second largest furniture manufacturer in the World and Chair of Product Design at the College for Creative studies in Detroit, then the largest Product Design teaching department in North America. Rob has lectured and taught widely internationally, including at Yale, Pepperdine MBA Innovation Program, Loyola Business Management Program, Art Center Pasadena, Cranbrook, Pratt, Art Center Europe; a faculty member at SCA and UTS Sydney; as Chair of Product Design and Chair of Furniture Design at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Art Institute California, Hollywood Campus, Cal State San Jose, Escola De Artes e Design in Oporto Portugal, Instituto De Artes Visuals, Design e Marketing, Lisbon, Southern Yangtze University, Jiao Tong University in Shanghai and Nanjing Arts Institute in China.Clients include:  HP, Philips, GEC, Nokia, Sun, Apple, Canon, Motorola, Nissan, Audi VW, Disney, RTKL, Government of the United Arab Emirates, British and Australian military, Steelcase, Hon, Castelli, Hamilton Medical, Zyliss, Belkin, Gensler, Haworth, Honeywell, NEC, Hoover, Packard Bell, Dell, Black & Decker, Coleman and Harmon Kardon.

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