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UX Design Class in New York on June 10, 2019 Introduction

UX Class: UX Design Principles

Mon, Jun 10 2019 to Tue, Jun 11 2019
9:30 a.m.
American Graphics Institute
AGI Training New York City
American Graphics Institute AGI Training New York
21 W 46th St.
New York NY 10036

2012-05-01 14:06:54 $695.00

In this UX class participants learn the core principles of user experience design and gain an understanding of the user experience design process. Learn all stages of UX design, from determining a UX strategy, developing user scenarios, creating UX personas, UX research strategies, prioritizing content, developing an information architecture (IA), testing user interface (UI), and incorporating feedback. This UX training provides a strong foundation for creating user-centered designs.

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UX Course Outline for Introduction to User Experience Design Principles

Lesson 1: UX design overview

How to incorporate essential design principles into your app or website.

  • How design relates to usability and UX
  • How usability relates to success of apps and websites
  • Choosing a course project: your own app, website, or a concept

Lesson 2: Planning the UX of your app or website

An overview of the typical UX design workflow.

  • Understanding the typical UX design workflow
  • Creating scenarios to understand user needs
  • Defining features
  • Sketching navigation
  • Creating basic information architecture
  • Storyboarding

Lesson 3: UX design fundamentals

Discover online design fundamentals that help your users reach their goals.

  • Basic design principles for a better user experience
  • Principles of typography for UX
  • Form considerations

Lesson 4: Sketching your screens for user experience

Using UX design fundamentals to build successful screens.

  • Building the layout of your app or website
  • Working in an iterative UX process

Lesson 5: Building a UX prototype

Training for creating low-fidelity and high-fidelity UX prototypes.

  • Gathering input and reaction
  • Narrowing the scope of the project
  • Evolving the design

Lesson 6: Building a wireframe

Creating the layout for your app or website.

  • Understanding what makes a good wireframe
  • Creating an interactive wireframe

Lesson 7: Documentation, validation, and user testing

Testing designs and communicating UX with a development team.

  • Final visual design and redlines
  • Types of UX testing
  • Creating clear and useful documentation

American Graphics InstituteAGI Training New York
21 W 46th St
New York, NY
10036
USA
(212) 922-1206
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