Mobile devices are now used for everything from banking to gaming – so user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design has never been more important. If a website is difficult to navigate or the layout of an app is confusing, users will be gone in seconds. An in-depth understanding of mobile UI/UX design is critical for good mobile usability, for keeping your users engaged, and for ensuring your product stays relevant.
Make your Mobile UI Design Pop
- Understand the basics of UI/UX mobile application design
- Learn each step of the design process from planning to project completion
- Gain an insight into current mobile UI/UX design trends and developments
- Develop key skills to plan, manage and develop mobile usability
- Understand the Mobile UX Design Process
While UI and UX design are often bundled together as one, they are in fact two separate disciplines. UI design is centered on layout and the fine detail of how the user interacts with the product (i.e a slide vs. a simple tap on an app). UX design however is about the overall experience, the look and feel of the product, and how the user navigates through it from start to finish. Despite their differences the two go hand-in-hand, and an understanding of both is essential for seamless mobile usability. In short, mobile UI/UX design is one of the most important elements of any digital project.
Who is this course for?
- Graphic Designers new to Mobile UX Design.
- Professionals and Stakeholders who will be involved in designing a mobile application
- Anyone seeking a crash course in Mobile UI/UX Design.
What is UX Design?
Introduction to the Course
What Is UI UX Design
The User-Centered Design Philosophy
Example of Strong UX UI Design
Exercise – Testing an App for UI UX Quality
Working with New Experiences for Users
Mobile UX Design Trends
Mobile UX Design Trends
Live Updating and Cloud Collaboration
Leveraged Services and API Employment
Approaches to Interactions and Content
Utilizing Recent Trends
UX Discovery, Assessment & Planning
Establishing Customer Requirements
Identifying the Technical Requirements
The User Research Process
Introduction to Creating a Requirements Documents
The Requirements Document In-Depth
Competitor Research and Differentiators
Usability Testing Methods
“Nuts & Bolts” / Wireframing to Prototyping
Introduction to Wireframing and Prototyping
Mobile Navigation Patterns
Tools for Wireframing
Evaluate and Revise Your Design
Exercise – Build a Basic Wireframe
User Interface High Fidelity Design
Introduction to High Fidelity Design
Design Style Choices
Master Art Files & Static Mockups
Typography In Design
Pitching Your Designs
During Development – Building the UX
Starting UI UX Development
Guidelines and Documentation
Building the UI
Hybrid and Web-Based Apps
UI Design Wrap Up
No prior requirements are neccesary.
With this UX Design course, you can go on to pursue a career in Graphic Design, Art, App Design, Web Development, and many more careers in the creative sector.
You are able to pay in full upfront, or in monthly installments (subject to a credit check.)
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