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Offer ends 04 August 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
5 hours
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
5 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

The comprehensive UX Design for Beginners has been designed by industry experts to provide learners with everything they need to enhance their skills and knowledge in their chosen area of study. Enrol on the UX Design for Beginners today, and learn from the very best the industry has to offer!

On the UX Design for Beginners, You Will Learn:

  • Learn about the roles, skills and responsibilities of a UX Designer
  • Understand the principles and concepts of user experience, usability and interaction design
  • How UX design integrates with Agile methodology
  • Why understanding psychology and human behaviour is important for UX design
  • How to use Google Analytics for UX design, with step-by-step guidance
  • The challenges and dos and don’ts of UX design, for beginners
  • How to include stakeholders in your UX research and why it is important
  • Know the difference between human-centred design and user-centred design

This best selling UX Design for Beginners has been developed by industry professionals and has already been completed by hundreds of satisfied students. This in-depth UX Design for Beginners is suitable for anyone who wants to build their professional skill set and improve their expert knowledge.

The UX Design for Beginners is made up of several information-packed modules which break down each topic into bite-sized chunks to ensure you understand and retain everything you learn.

After successfully completing the UX Design for Beginners, you will be awarded a certificate of completion as proof of your new skills. If you are looking to pursue a new career and want to build your professional skills to excel in your chosen field, the certificate of completion from the UX Design for Beginners will help you stand out from the crowd. You can also validate your certification on our website.

We know that you are busy and that time is precious, so we have designed the UX Design for Beginners to be completed at your own pace, whether that’s part-time or full-time. Get full course access upon registration and access the course materials from anywhere in the world, at any time, from any internet-enabled device.

Our experienced tutors are here to support you through the entire learning process and answer any queries you may have via email.

CPD

5 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD Qualification Standards

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Course Curriculum

Introduction to User Expericne, UX Roles and how to be a UX Designer

  • UX Design - What Is UI
  • UX Design - Can I be a Ux Designer-updated
  • UX Design - Different Role of Ux Designer
  • UX Design - Major Parts of Ux Design

Human Centered Design, Double Diamond Model of Design and Root Cause analysis

  • UX Design - Human Centered Design
  • UX Design - DoudIbe Diamond
  • UX Design - Root Cause Analysis
  • UX Design - Seven Stages of Actions
  • UX Design - Five second test firstusability test
  • UX Design - 06. Assignment
  • UX Design - What is Agile UX

Principles & Concepts of User Experience, Usability and Interaction Design

  • UX Design - Affordance And Signfiers
  • UX Design - Affordance And Signifiers-examples-fix-video
  • UX Design - Afforadances explained headshot
  • UX Design - Natural Mapping with examples
  • UX Design - Mental models conceptual models
  • UX Design - Working Memory
  • UX Design - Working Memory Example
  • UX Design - 06. Recognition And Recall
  • UX Design - Recognition examples
  • UX Design - User Expectations
  • UX Design - User Expectations examples
  • UX Design - User expectation headshot
  • UX Design - Peripheral Vision
  • UX Design - Peripheral Vision examples
  • UX Design - Context of Use
  • UX Design - Context of use headshot
  • UX Design - Why-stakeholders are important
  • UX Design - Information Architecture
  • UX Design - Information Architecture Examples

Human Behavior Patterns, Decision making, scanning patterns and Change Blindness

  • UX Design - Humans Lazy Behavior decision Paralsis And Scanning
  • UX Design - Human Decisions-Old And New Brain
  • UX Design - Humans Hate Change
  • UX Design - Our Goals And Change Blindness
  • UX Design - Human behavior decision Paralysis hate change Examples
  • UX Design - F-z Patterns Cart Abondomnment, Form Field Conversions

Designing for Humans ? How to design better products for humans

  • UX Design - Discoverability
  • UX Design - Discover assignment
  • UX Design - Learability
  • UX Design - Feedback-4.MP4
  • UX Design - Feedback Within Context Walmart
  • UX Design - Feedback examples
  • UX Design - Constraints With Examples
  • UX Design - Consistancy With Examples.mp4
  • UX Design - Slips And Mistakes With Examples
  • UX Design - Designing For Errors With Examples
  • UX Design - User In Control with Examples
  • UX Design - Grouping And chunking with Examples
  • UX Design - Humans Have Limits

How Developers can improve User Experience?

  • UX Design - Using desgin patters dont reinvent the wheel
  • UX Design - Dont let users think do heavy calculation yourself
  • UX Design - Speed and Delays
  • UX Design - Smart Defaults
  • UX Design - Guiding And Training Users
  • UX Design - Barriers To Entry
  • UX Design - Natural Language with Examples
  • UX Design - Natural Language Forms
  • UX Design - Google Analytics
  • UX Design - Notification
  • UX Design - Anticipatory Desgin

Certification

Complete your course by sitting for an MCQ assessment. To pass the test, you need to achieve 60% or higher in the final assessment. After passing, you will be able to get the UK and internationally recognised certificate to share your achievement with potential employers or to include it in your CV. The PDF certificate is totally free, or you can get a a physical version of your certificate for £12 (Shipping cost inside the UK is free, and outside the UK is £9.99).

Who is this course for?

  • Anyone looking for a formal qualification to kickstart their career
  • UX Designers who are new to their role and want to develop their skill set
  • Small business owners
  • Web Developers, App Developers and Product Designers

Requirements

  • Learners must be aged 16 or over
  • Must have access to a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with Wi-Fi
  • There are no specific entry requirements for this course, which can be studied on a part-time or full-time basis

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