Course curriculum

  • 01

    Welcome word

    • Watch this intro if you didn't take the Course part #1 about User research

  • 02

    Conceptualize solution (working solo)

  • 03

    Decide on ideas (working solo)

    • 2.1 Solution decision. Step #1 Dot voting

    • 2.2 Solution decision. Step #2 Prioritize

    • 2.3 Solution decision. Step #3 Storyboarding

    • 2.4 Solution decision. Step #4 New User Journey

    • 2.5 Decision Path (landing page framework)

  • 04

    Lighting decision jam framework (teamwork)

  • 05

    Design thinking workshops (teamwork)

    • 4.1 Design thinking workshop theory

    • 4.2 Design thinking workshop practice

  • 06

    Design Sprint (teamwork)

    • 5.1 What is Design Sprint

    • 5.2 Design Sprint V.1 versus V.2 + Steps

    • 5.3 When to run Design Sprint + Tools

  • 07

    Define your MVP

    • 6.1 What's MVP

    • 6.2 MVP example

    • 6.3 Intro to Information Architecture

  • 08

    Information Architecture

    • 7.1 What is Information Architecture

    • 7.2 Information Architecture process. Part #1

    • 7.3 Information Architecture process. Part #2

  • 09

    Card sorting

    • 8.1 What is card sorting

    • 8.2 The card sorting process. Part #1

    • 8.3 The card sorting process. Part#2

  • 10

    Information Architecture deliverables

    • 9.1 Sitemaps

    • 9.2 Flowcharts. Tasks flow vs User flow

    • 9.3 Tools

  • 11

    Navigation systems

    • 10.1 Types of navigations. Hierarchy. Nested lists

    • 10.2 Hub and Spoke. Filtered view. Dashboard. Mixed

    • 10.3 Guess navigation system from a dribbble shot

  • 12

    Wireframing, Prototyping, Sketching

    • 11.1 Witeframing vs prototyping

    • 11.2 How and why do we sketch

    • 11.3 Sketching examples

  • 13

    Sketch app basics

    • 12.1 Sketch basics. Interface. New project. First artboard

    • 12.2 Sketch basics. Duplicating. Alighning. Navigation. Closing artboards

    • 12.3 Sketch basics. Styling shapes

    • 12.4 Sketch basics. Editing shapes and typography

    • 12.5 Sketch basics. Grids and Layouts

    • 12.6 Sketch basics. Symbols and systems

    • 12.7 Sketch basics. Export and Sketch prototyping

    • 12.8 Sketch basics. Sketch Plugins

  • 14

    Grids

    • 13.1 Grids. Components. Types

    • 13.2 The 8px Grid (from Material guidelines)

  • 15

    Responsive design patterns

    • 14.1 Responsive design stats and screen sizes

    • 14.2 Personal Best practices

    • 14.3 Responsive layout patterns

  • 16

    Usability Testing ABC

    • 15.1 Usability Testing. What. Why. When. How

    • 15.2 UT Components

    • 15.3 UT types

  • 17

    Usability Testing screening

    • 16.1 Outsourced recruiting

    • 16.2 Discovered recruiting

    • 16.3 Screening steps

  • 18

    Usability testing preparation

    • 17.1 Goals and Agenda + Examples

    • 17.2 Setting up moderated testing plan

    • 17.3 Setting up unmoderated testing plan

  • 19

    Usability testing moderation

    • 18.1 Moderating testing recommendations

    • 18.2 Leading questions

    • 18.3 Feedback grid

  • 20

    Usability Testing analytics

    • 19.1 Measuring types

    • 19.2. Survey types

    • 19.3 Surveys with Airtable

    • 19.4 Custom metrics reports

  • 21

    Final word

    • That's a wrap!

Reviews

Polina Krg

5 star rating

“Before starting the course, I did not have any understanding of what UX design was. I tried to search for information online, but all I could find were bits and pieces. I couldn't find a course that covered the entire UX process comprehensive...”

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“Before starting the course, I did not have any understanding of what UX design was. I tried to search for information online, but all I could find were bits and pieces. I couldn't find a course that covered the entire UX process comprehensively. This all changed when I first enrolled into Anfisa’s course. This course takes you through the entire UX design process from: implementing the Double Diamond framework step by step, to providing you with fundamental tools and UX methods needed to create a great design. It gives you the theoretical knowledge, combined with best practices and conventions in UX design, and tons of additional resources for deeper understanding. The first part of the course contains useful advice on how to start a freelancing career and business concepts every designer should know. The second part provides you with: many tools & methods on how to validate your concepts/ideas, prototyping, and processes for testing those ideas with real users and more. Anfisa is a great teacher, she is passionate and knowledgeable about what she does. Her optimism & passion in the UX field has really motivated me to progress further in UX. I would really recommend this course to anyone who is looking to go into UX and develop robust skills in this area.”

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