In today's fast-paced digital world, user-centric and adaptable websites are no longer a luxury – they're a necessity. By embracing UX and responsive design, you'll unlock the potential to elevate your websites, boosting user satisfaction and engagement. This, in turn, leads to higher conversion rates and a stronger online presence for your clients or organization, as well as better collaboration within your team, bridging the gap between designers, developers, and stakeholders. Introduction to UX Design Basics for Non-Developers is a two-day, hands-on workshop designed to make these important skills accessible to people without technical web development, scripting or formal web design training or experience.
* Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Working in a hands-on learning environment led by our expert UX coach, you’ll learn to:
Understand user interactions and mental models: Participants will learn how users think and process information, gaining insights into user expectations, mental models, and best practices for responding to common UX situations.
Collaborate effectively with UX professionals: Participants will learn the role of UX in an organization, when to engage UX experts in projects, and how to communicate and collaborate effectively with UX designers and researchers.
Organize content and design intuitive site layouts: Participants will gain the skills to create user-centric content organization strategies, apply information architecture principles, and design site layouts that are easy to use and navigate.
Enhance navigation through design principles: Participants will learn to improve website navigation by applying signposting, wayfinding, and navigation patterns, as well as incorporating usability and accessibility considerations into their designs.
Collect and incorporate user input and feedback: Participants will learn how to design intuitive forms and input methods, collect and analyze user feedback, and incorporate user insights into design iterations to create more engaging and effective digital experiences.
Length: 2.0 days (16 hours)
6:00 PM ET