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Foundations of UX: Logic and Content looks at how designers, developers, and content creators can use the ancient art of logic and reasoning to improve user experiences and facilitate communication. Morten Rand-Hendriksen looks at the principles of logic, how computer logic and human logic differ, and how these differences can be used to improve communication.
The core idea of logic is to create a system in which communication is clear, precise, and unambiguous, which is (or at least should be) the goal of any website or other communication.
And that, my friends, is the end of Foundations of UX, Logic and Content. You should now have a clearer grasp of how you can use logic to communicate clearly and create better user experiences whether you are a designer, a developer, or a content creator. And the learning doesn't end here. This course is part of the larger Foundations of UX series featuring skills, techniques and information that will help you create better user experiences, all available right here in the lynda.com library.
If you haven't done so already, I recommend you add the other courses in this series to your playlist and delve deeper into the world of UX to add to your own understanding of web communication. While you're at it, check out my other courses in the library. Especially the WordPress Masterclass series, Blogging for Your Business, and Improving SEO Using Accessibility Techniques. These courses put theory into practice, and give you all the tools you need to get up and running with great user experiences on the web.
And, if you're on Twitter, follow me at mor10, because that's my name, to find out what I'm up to and what I'm working on for the lynda.com library. Thanks for watching, and I'll see you in the next course.
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