This course is focused on the early user experience (UX) challenges of research, planning, setting goals, understanding the user, structuring content, and developing interactive sequences. While the concepts covered will translate to many kinds of interactive media (apps, digital kiosks, games), our primary focus will be on designing contemporary, responsive websites. In this course you will complete the first half of a large scale project—developing a comprehensive plan for a complex website—by defining the strategy and scope of the site, as well as developing its information architecture and overall structure. Along the way we will also discuss:
This course is part of the UI / UX Design Specialization
About this Course
Skills you will gain
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Indesign
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
The User Experience Process
Asking Good Questions: Determining Strategy
What is in and What is Out: Outlining Scope
Getting your Ducks in a Row: The Sitemap
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TOP REVIEWS FROM WEB DESIGN: STRATEGY AND INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE
Excellent course. Very well taught. The course videos were informative and well prepared. The course assignments reflected the course videos. Thank You !
Excellent course! Gave me a broader view on web design and what we have to do to plan ahead before any design.
Very well crafted and excellent teacher
Good way tp poush knowledge acquiring via practical exams but would adore even practical more know-how examples on real life examples. Good language and speed
This course really helped me in solving that question we face in almost every project, where to start and how to acieve professionalism in every aspect of any project from start to end.
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