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What is the User Experience (UX) Design for Successful Software course?

Having a well-designed User Interface (UI) on your website can result in a highly engaged, satisfied user, which increases the chances they will have positive actions on your page, such as making a purchase.

This training course, helps you to create an optimal User Experience (UX), merging usability and functionality on both mobile and desktop environments. Learn to leverage interaction scripts, wireframes, information architecture and interactive prototypes, allowing you to implement an effective UX design process.

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Key features of the course

  • Delivery Method: Classroom
  • Accredited & Experienced Trainers
  • Duration: 3 Days

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LondonNov 20th 2019  3 Days£1,650 ex. VATAvailable
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Is the User Experience (UX) Design for Successful Software course right for me?

If you’re currently involved in website design, website optimisation or graphic design you may be interested in adding UI and UX skills to your repertoire. If you’re considering a career change and like the idea of working in a web-based role, this course would also be beneficial and a good place to start to get into UI and UX.

Why Choose e-Careers?

e-Careers has partnered with The Learning Tree, to offer a range of courses, delivered via high-tech classrooms or virtual learning, depending on your requirement.

We are an award-winning, established eLearning course provider, with over 16 years’ experience in the industry.  We offer high-quality training courses at competitive prices. 

What will I learn on this course?

This course will help you to learn and understand the principles behind generating an excellent User Experience (UX). Learn to design personas and stories, which drive User Interface (UI) design and leverage UX design patterns to develop a functional design.

Classroom-based Training 

 e-Careers were originally an online learning organisation but over time we’ve established additional learning methods, to provide our delegates with a variety of study options, including:

  • Bespoke training
  • Classroom-based training
  • On-site training
  • LiveOnline (virtual learning)

The Classrooms

Our classroom training centre is in London, Euston, conveniently located directly opposite Euston station, making transport and accessibility easier.

Our clean, high-tech classrooms provide a comfortable learning environment for our delegates, and we pride ourselves on providing a first-class training experience. You’ll notice this from your first steps in our London training centre, right through to your last day on the course, helping you to feel welcomed and comfortable. 

Each classroom has been designed to perfectly suit the courses being offered. For example, our Cyber Security classrooms come kitted out with a range of high specification PC’s (typically i7’s), with monitors for you to work through the practical assignments and an additional vertical screen to view your digital course materials.

Your instructor will use cutting-edge technology to ensure a high-quality learning experience for all delegates, including the latest annotation hardware and software.  

Alternatives to Classroom-based study

We understand that not every delegate has the same date availability or can’t make it to London, so we have created a range of suitable alternatives, including:  

  • LiveOnline – This is our virtual classroom option. Be a fully participating and integrated member of the classroom but from the comfort of your own home or office. We supply you with a headset (to enable you to speak with the class and course instructor), course materials and everything you need to fully participate with the class. 
  • eLearning – This is our Online/ Distance learning option. If a classroom or LiveOnline option are unsuitable for your requirements, we do offer a full online course option, where you can study at your own pace and in your own time.

Module 1 – Defining UX design

  • Creating a design process
  • Choosing tools for rich and lean UX processes
  • Building a UX/UI toolbox

Module 2 – Crafting personas and scenarios

  • Recognising the user
    • Exploring the reality of the user
    • Assessing what the audience values
    • Deriving the critical details that drive the UX design
    • Prioritising your personas
  • Writing scenarios
    • Characteristics of a useful scenario
    • Assessing the user's mental model
    • Identifying the user's gratification point
  • Establishing context
    • Stepping back to look at the complete experience
    • Creating a scenario from the task and the context
    • Recognising the nature of the mobile UX
  • Architecting UI structure
    • Categorising to develop labelling systems
    • Drafting the conceptual design
  • Testing your architecture
    • Enriching your information artefacts
    • Specifying the navigation map
    • Integrating search and browse

Module 3 – Creating a static design

  • Leveraging the modelling process
    • Creating the conceptual model
    • Generating options for the initial design
    • Distinguishing between low-fidelity and high-fidelity mock-ups
  • Dealing with complex tasks
    • Constructing complex interactions
    • Guiding users with feedback and feedforward
    • Making complex information accessible
    • Leveraging location cuing in the UI design
    • Applying the three-step error handling pattern

Module 4 – shaping the interactive experience

  • Integrating UX design patterns
    • Applying the three perspectives: interactive, emotional, environmental
    • Selecting UX design patterns based on user expectations and interaction vocabulary
    • Guiding users with feedback and feedforward
  • Assembling a low-fidelity model
    • The role of sketches, wireframes and storyboards
    • Implementing the sketch
    • Building wireframes with key components of the interface
    • Documenting decisions to deliver stakeholder value

Module 5 – Designing for mobile devices

  • Addressing the mobile context
    • Integrating the features of the mobile experience into a genuinely mobile design
    • Fashioning tasks in the mobile context
  • Developing a mobile design
    • Adjusting for the impact of ubiquity and pervasiveness
    • Taking advantage of options in mobilising applications

Module 6 – Generating a dynamic model

  • Prototyping your UI
    • Working with prototypes
    • Uniting usability, human factors, and stakeholder needs
    • Applying the three perspectives to generate the initial design
    • Writing interaction scripts to identify UX barriers
  • Developing a high-fidelity design
    • Composing the interactive experience
    • Implementing embedded and supplemental navigation

Module 7 – Refining the design through testing

  • Preparing for testing
    • The role of usability testing in refining the UX design
    • Preparing for usability tests based on goals
  • Performing usability tests
    • Conducting tests that provide concrete direction
    • Analysing the results to revise the design

We’re trusted by

Individuals, small businesses and large corporations who have used e-Careers since 2001. Here are some names you’ll recognise:

Maersk
Cambridge
Saatchi & Saatchi
NHS
American Express
DMI

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