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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What is a User Experience Designer?
Course SummaryHave your company's employees watch this course's video lessons to review topics related to user experience design. The training course outlines the foundations and applications of user experience design, and it can help your employees develop/strengthen their basic user experience design skills.
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About This Course
When going through these lessons, employees will watch video lessons that will each teach them about specific topics on user experience design that they should know for the workplace. Employees will come away from the course with a thorough understanding of user experience design and how to implement its different examples in corporate settings.
How It Works
Our interactive online format provides employees with the ability to watch these videos at their own leisure on computers, tablets or smartphones. Given the concise length of each individual lesson, employees should have no problem getting through the entire course at their convenience.
Using the course is easy:
- Video lessons provide overviews of different types of user experience design
- Practice quizzes that allow employees to assess their understanding of these topics
- Chapter exams test employees on the key points from each chapter
- A final exam ensures employees come away with the most crucial information on this subject
How It Helps
- Builds awareness: In order to properly implement user experience design, employees must have a complete understanding of what it is and what examples of it they are likely to encounter in the workplace.
- Provides examples: Employees will have a much easier time grasping the various topics related to user experience design if they have clear and easy-to-understand examples of how it works in real-life settings.
- Emphasizes experience: Working with user experience design is much easier if employees are taught in a way that emphasizes practice experience in settings they are likely to encounter in the workplace.
|Chapter||Topics & Objectives|
|User Experience Design Basics||Learn about the definition of user experience design, its specific purpose, principles of design and why you need to have a solid understanding of it.|
|Interaction & Interactive Design||Get information about the different types of user experience design you are likely to encounter, including interactive web design.|
|User Interface Design||Find out about the importance of user interface design, including how to enter the profession; see how user interface design is important to video games.|
|User Experience Design Documentation||Gain an understanding of technical specification documents, including how to create and use them.|
|Usability Testing for Design||Learn about various types of testing, such as acceptance testing, end user testing and user experience testing.|
|Information Design & Data Visualization||Develop knowledge of information design, information architecture and types of data visualization.|
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