Learn best practices to create effective, intuitive experiences for people through an iterative UX design process.
Interested in UX design but not sure where to start? Our user experience design short course will teach you the best practices you need to create effective, intuitive experiences for people.
We’ll cover all the bases of an iterative UX design process including user research, wireframing, prototyping, UI design and user testing. Learn how to think like a UX designer and confidently work on projects for yourself and clients.
What you’ll learn
What goes into a UX design process + how it differs from a traditional graphic design process
Popular research methods and how to turn insights into personas, user journeys, site maps and user flows
How to conduct user testing with real people, get feedback and make informed design decisions
How to create wireframes and prototypes to handoff to clients and stakeholders
How to conduct user testing and turning feedback into insight to inform design decisions
Going from wireframes to design, and creating consistent, effect designs
WHAT YOU’LL GET
Real world projects – Real world projects
Access the community – Join our Slack and connect with thousands of SuperHi students and alumni
Continued help – Help from our expert teachers and educators with years of experience in the industry
Resources – Resources to get you started and going post-course
5+ hours of video lessons – Practical, go-at-your-own pace learning
WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR
Anyone who wants to learn how to build user-centered digital products using research and real-world methods.
This is a beginner course with no requirements apart from being comfortable using a computer. If you use programs like Microsoft Word or Photoshop without trouble, you’re good to go
This course is perfect for people looking to get into user experience design or who are currently non-digital-focused designers wanting to design for the web or for apps e.g. graphic designers wanting to design websites.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
A computer with Mac OS X 10.9 or above, Windows XP or above, or a recent Linux version installed and a broadband internet connection. That’s it!