I am absolutely thrilled to announce my very first online training course, in partnership with Learn to Program TV – User Experience Design Fundamentals.
We launched the course on Udemy five weeks ago, and the response has been nothing short of fantastic – 593 people have signed up to take the class! Well beyond my expectations, to say the least.
As you can see, reviews thus far indicate that folks have found it valuable, useful and most important to me, applicable. I’m a firm believer in de-mystifying this stuff so that anyone, in any role, in any kind of organization can create better user and customer experiences.
What the course covers
With more than 12 hours of content across 59 lectures, I’ll guide you through the five critical elements of user experience – strategy, scope, structure, skeleton and surface. As you learn you’ll be able to apply that knowledge in dynamic lab exercises – and, later, to your own work as a developer or designer.
And the best part? Once you sign up, you have access to these videos forever. Watch as often as you want at whatever pace is best for you.
Who can benefit from this course
If you’re a designer moving in to a more complex digital world, or a developer who has to occasionally function as a designer as well, this course is for you. I can promise you that by the time you’re done, you’ll feel more confident making UX- and design-related decisions about layout, color, information design and typography.
If that sounds like something you’re interested in, take a minute and check out the course and the introductory video at Udemy now.
And if you have any questions whatsoever, please feel free to ask.
My sincere gratitude for your time and consideration.