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UX Design: User Interaction and Solution Testing [Video]

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Learn
  • Manage the user feedback and quickly iterate your High-Fidelity prototypes based on your user tests.
  • Learn important concepts such as InVision prototype test, High Fidelity prototype, Capture notes.
  • Explore how to use interaction through-out your UX process in order to build better products.
  • Gain Knowledge on motion prototype testing and observe users go through your motion prototype.
  • Explore Iteration and great software, project management and software release, and prototype in product development
About

User experience (UX) design is a theoretical understanding of how users interact with websites. User experience design is the process of enhancing user satisfaction with a product by improving the usability, accessibility, and pleasure provided in the interaction with the product. Everything humans interact with has an experience associated with it. Some are good, some are bad, but only recently have we begun to consciously design these experiences. We are now at a point in time when experience-design has suddenly exploded into the consciousness of business people and ordinary people all over the world. A poor user experience leads to losing out on customers and in turn the company losing out on money.

You will start off your journey by looking at InVision Prototype Testing. Here you will learn how to set up a test and who we want to test it on, and observe users go through your prototype. Next you will jump on to learning Motion Prototype Testing where you will learn about feedback survey and observe users go through your motion prototype. Further you will iterate High Fidelity prototype, review InVision notes, modify source files and re upload. Learn Iteration and great software understanding development, project management and software release.

Finally, finish the section by looking at Prototype in product development exploring to share learning, understanding user first solutions and getting development clarity. The course ends with an overview of how to use interaction throughout your UX process in order to build better products.

Style and Approach

These step-by-step approach videos are an easy-to-understand guide to UX design, and they are filled with real-world use cases on process, design, and techniques. Through this course, you’ll build a strong foundation in UX design.

Features
  • Dive into learning InVision Prototype Testing, feedback survey, observation, Motion prototype test.
  • Practical, real-world examples will help you get hands-on experience on User Experience Design.
  • Explore important concepts such as InVision Prototype Test, High Fidelity Prototype, Capture notes etc.
Course Length 3 hours 2 minutes
ISBN 9781788298193
Date Of Publication 30 Dec 2018

Authors

Chris R. Becker

Chris R. Becker is an Imaginative and creative Sr. UX designer/IxD/design thinker and educator, a creative thinker with the ability to design across media platforms from the web to iOS and Android as well as SaaS and service design. He is a versatile designer and systems thinker with problem solving skills for User Experience Design, organized and passionate with a passion for following design problems from concept to finished product. He is well versed in Agile product development methodologies but flexible with the waterfall techniques as well. He applies LEAN UX methods to rapid prototyping, design research, and user testing to take ideas from the drawing board to the real world.

He leads Design thinking workshops and UX deliverables, all the while using communication skills both in the class room and for client presentations. Participates in making through Fine Art & Graphic Design background, which leads to a variety of creative thinking, design thinking, human center design research, user testing, and problem-solving skills. His studies have included courses in rapid prototyping, usability/heuristics, human centered design research, design thinking, painting, sculpture, drawing, print making, archetypes, graphic design, typography, systems theory, media theory, programming, drawing, motion, and art history.

Specialties: Design thinking, user experience design, information architecture, branding, identity design, conceptual modeling, rapid prototyping, user interface, brainstorming, product design, advertising, retail design, interactive art director, wireframes, application GUI design, multimedia presentations, production artist, web master, social media, UX strategy development.