What you’ll learn
The principles of effective UX design including:
- User research and personas
- Information architecture
- Design strategy
- Bringing it all together
Is this course for me?
User experience design is a growing field dedicated to crafting compelling digital experiences for a multi-device ecosystem. This course introduces students to the tools and methods of UX design by emphasizing both the practical elements and theoretical approaches used to guide the design of digital experiences. Students will apply their learning by creating sketches, experience maps and user stories, and using software to create wireframes and prototypes.
A design-thinking classroom experience facilitates learning by giving students the opportunity to apply course content to a final-project of their choosing. Successful completion of this course equips students with the ability to design thoughtful digital experiences and prepares them for a career in UX Design.
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