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UX Design Course

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Course description

Learn UX Design in Sydney.

Are you interested in learning about User Experience (UX) Design and how you can enhance your career with these new skills?

Our UX design course is suitable for all beginner levels, with no prior knowledge required. You’ll learn from a professional tutor, working in the field, to gain the current and in-demand skills needed to design websites that offer meaningful and engaging user experiences.

Learn the skills, tools, and processes necessary to start your UX Designer career, while working on an impressive project for your portfolio.

By the end of this course you will have developed practical skills that will equip you to succeed in a junior UX Design role.

Ideal for

Anyone interested in working in the field of UX Design. There are no pre-requisites for this course.

Course content

Part of the course is practical! Students will have the opportunity to test their solutions with people outside of class to stimulate what would normally happen in a UX job".

Introduction to User Experience Design

  • How does UX Design fit into research, design and product creation?
  • What is the process of a UX Designer? Get to know those building blocks
  • How to start and develop a design – the design thinking process

User Research

  • How to approach users and their problems
  • How to design and conduct workshops and interviews
  • How to manage stakeholders through the research process
  • How to understand the user’s expectations and needs

Analysis

  • How to analyse interviews
  • How to create personas
  • How to create customer journey map
  • How to analyse competitors

Solutions vs deliverables – solutions

  • Content audit
  • How to manage stakeholders through the content audit
  • Information architecture and site mapping
  • Interaction & UX design principles

Solutions vs deliverables – deliverables

  • How to communicate the message in a clear and simple manner
  • Understand persuasive design techniques
  • Web conventions and pattern libraries
  • Visual hierarchy
  • How to build wireframes
  • How to manage stakeholders
  • Introduction to User Interface (UI) Design (Check out our UI Design course, too)

Prototyping and testing

  • Low-fidelity vs high-fidelity prototypes
  • How to recruit people for testing
  • How to plan and conduct a user testing session
  • How to present results from testing and communicate your design ideas

UX process

  • What are the differences between Agile and Waterfall
  • Recap of a typical UX Design process and finding your own process
  • Working in teams

Career

  • What are the different jobs in this field where my skills are needed
  • Differences to be aware of for a UX Designer: Start-up vs established organisation
  • What kind of portfolio will you need and how to get started
  • How to build a portfolio piece to demonstrate your skills
Learning outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be equipped with the in-demand skills and techniques of UX Design, which include:

  • an understanding of the end-to-end UX Design process
  • planning and conducting user interviews & workshops, analysing user research as well as competitors
  • reating personas, user journeys, solutions and deliverables (such as wireframes and prototypes)
  • being able to do a content audit, create and test information architecture
  • an understanding of UI and what part it plays in UX Design
  • user testing sessions and how to manage stakeholders
  • knowing how to structure your portfolio to demonstrate your skills and be successful!
Please bring
  • Your own laptop to work on
Other information
  • Instructor

Please click on the tutor’s name to find out more about her background and qualifications.

  • Software

The College is using Adobe XD (free) and UXPin (free for a trial period). It’s up to you which software you want to use.

  • You may wonder: User Experience (UX) vs User Interface (UI), what is the difference?

UX Design and UI Design work hand-in-hand.

UX Design is the process of enhancing customer satisfaction and loyalty by improving the usability, function and interaction between the customer and the product. It plays an important part in product creation.

UI Design determines the look and feel of a digital product such as an app or a website. To find out more, please read our UI Design course outline.

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Course testimonials:

  • John said: Vera explained every detail thoroughly and demystified a lot of the misconceptions about UX. There was flexibility in tailoring some course elements to suit current in-house projects. Vera's delivery was enthusiastic - making the more theory-based components very easy to follow.

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