Take a deeper dive into interaction design by learning about the key platforms, processes, and project types you'll encounter as a working UX designer.
- [Diane] Being a UX designer is a lot more than just mocking up user interfaces. It's about intentionally creating amazing experiences for our users and clients, no matter what the application or product is. What if I told you there was one problem solving methodology that can be used to solve any design problem? There is. And it's almost obvious. That process is user-centered design. You might find yourself on a UX project that brings you into unfamiliar territory. At times, you might not even know which guidelines and principles to leverage. I'd like to give you some tools you can use to find your way forward, no matter what the obstacle. In my LinkedIn Learning course, I'm going to share specific examples of the concepts and approaches to solving design problems that I've learned throughout my career. By exploring a wide variety of use cases, I'll explain how to approach the diversity of projects that will undoubtedly come your way. We'll look at designing experiences for consumer and enterprise, for both desktop and mobile. And, we'll also be covering many of the nuances involved in designing for modern interfaces, like voice, automotive, and watches. So join me, Diane Cronenwett, in my course all about interaction design, projects and platforms.
- Understanding user motivations and goals
- Using personas in interaction design
- Designing ecommerce and social experiences
- Designing enterprise experiences for mobile
- UX design challenges for smart home devices
- Designing for voice interfaces
- UX design challenges for automotive interfaces