UX Design is a booming field with an expected market growth of 18.9% by 2024. This course is ideal if you’re curious about this in-demand discipline and want to quench your curiosity by learning its fundamentals.
This course will require 30 hours to complete, which covers the core principles and techniques of UX Design. You can learn at your own pace, anytime, anywhere, in this fully-flexible and convenient online format. Simply use our engaging learning platform to access to premium, dynamic and engaging material, built in-house by experts. Our content scales with your needs: optional reading and activities are available if you want to push your learning further.
As the best way to learn is by doing, you’ll also work on various activities throughout the course, create UX Design artefacts and build your portfolio.
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This course is for
There are no prerequisites required for this UX Design course.
This course is specifically designed for students who want to learn the basics of UX Design concepts, frameworks and tools. It is ideal for:
- A range of learners who want a high-level overview of UX, from Graphic or Industrial Designers, to Business Analysts or Product Managers.
- Anyone keen to learn more about User Experience for professional or personal development.
- Students interested in a short-course that is fully flexible and where they can learn independently, at their own pace, around existing professional and personal commitments.
What you will learn
This course covers:
- Introduction to User Experience Design
- UX Principles and Process
- Introduction to Research
- Research Techniques
- Data and Identifying Patterns
- Empathy Mapping
- Customer Journey Maps – Basic and Detailed
- Setting the Vision
- Introduction to Service Design
- From Strategy to Concept
- User Flows and Stories
- Prototyping and Wireframes
- Usability Testing, Information Architecture and Navigation
- Form Design, Search, and Accessibility
- Transitioning into User Experience Design
- Preparing a portfolio piece