An introduction to UX Design
A User Experience Designer is focused on how a website **feels**
The responsibility of a UX designer is to make sure a website flows logically. UX Designers are in a way like mini-psychologists, they ask questions that are routed in Behavioural Psychology, in order to understand better what people do when it comes to using digital platforms. They also do what is known as Beta-Testing, so the UX designer can gain a better understanding of how people are interpreting and interacting with the intended communication.
UX is the first step in the creation of a website. The students will gain a deeper understanding into the methodologies used to create and test the User Experience, to enhance the design and provide a better end product for both the client and the end user.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
This short course is packed with theoretical and practical training that includes:
Working UX into a project management plan
WHAT ARE THE COURSE REQUIREMENTS?
What Are The Course Requirements?
Students joining this course should have a basic understanding of design applications like Adobe Photoshop and/or Adobe Illustrator.
HOW MUCH DOES THE COURSE COST?
How Much Does The Course Cost?
Payment options also available when booking one of the Web Packages.
15 April – 08 May 2019
15 July – 07 August 2019
28 October – 20 November 2019
Monday – Wednesday, 17h30 – 20h30
Classes on a public holiday will shift to the next available date, arranged by the lecturer.
WHAT DO YOU RECEIVE AT THE END OF THE COURSE?
What Do You Receive At The End Of The Course?
You will receive a Friends of Design Certificate of Completion showing the Apple and Adobe logos, as well as your details and the details of the course you completed.