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Design is one of the tech industry's most in demand positions. In this free design course, you'll learn everything you need to know about UX design, including top UX design techniques like user research, prototyping, and wireframing.
In broadest terms, user experience (UX) design is the process of creating new, usable, and scalable products. A combination of tools, methods, and problem solving frameworks, UX designers work at the intersection of branding, design, usability, and functionality and stay focused on solving problems for their user, in every user state.
Take a moment to think about your favorite website or mobile app. What makes you love it? Is it intuitive to use? Did it feel familiar the first time you used it? Maybe it even has an uncanny way of knowing what you’ll want to do next? Odds are, a UX designer spent hours researching and designing that product so you could have a seamless experience.
This curated course is collection of diverse, best-in-show UX design courses, videos, and tutorials. It was created with beginners in mind.
UX design is in demand not only because of the average high salaries and job perks, but because design roles focus on unique challenges that solve real-world problems. Not only that, but companies continue to focus on users and creating better experiences for them. UX design is a growing field with a robust community.
By the end of this free UX design course, you will know the language and process of UX design. This course covers:
Each topic has multiple modules and best practices. While we do not cover tool specifics in this course, we do highlight different software options.
The course is available to anyone interested in learning foundational UX design skills. While welcoming to beginners, it may help to affiliate yourself with the subject first. Our blog post, UI Design vs. UX Design vs. Interaction Design vs. Visual Design, is a great place to start.
While this course introduces many foundational UX design concepts, this course alone will get you job ready. Luckily, our UI/UX Career Track was created for anyone looking to transition into a design career. If you’ve validated your interest in pursuing a design career, see if mentorship through our Intro to Design course is right for you.
Yes! Even though material is pulled from our UI/UX Design Career Track, this course was designed for the curious and driven beginner.
Many students discover that UX design is as much an art as it is a science, and it can be difficult to apply your learnings to new projects. While this course teaches UX design fundamentals, it’s important to get feedback from your ideal user (and other designers) along the way.