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User Experience Foundations

Course Code

IN1505

Duration

2 Days

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A solid working understanding of the key foundational research-based insights essential to the UX field is imperative for design. This course teaches you to apply the key understandings about human vision, intellect, memory, and motor functions directly to design decisions.

This course is designed for usability practitioners, website/intranet developers, application developers, interface designers, project managers— with the desire to explore and apply scientific usability research to their practical, daily work.

Upon completion of this course, participants will:
  • Learn to apply the key understandings about human vision, intellect, memory, and motor functions—which underlie the thinking of every skilled UX professional—directly to design decisions
How good UX design is dependent on a scientific understanding of how people function
How the key research-based models, insights and principles in the UX field impact design. This includes aspects of human vision, intellect, memory, and size and motor control
Various methods that directly apply these models, insights, and principles to design of interactive applications
Variation in users that impact design:
  • Individual differences
  • Disability
  • Cultural differences
Sources of research and insights for UX professionals
Pathways to excellence in the UX profession
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