- What is a design pattern?
- UX patterns for navigation and page structure
- UX patterns for text inputs and buttons
- Best practices for links and breadcrumbs
- Indicating progress and feedback
- UX patterns for search input and results
- Filtering and search
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Diane] As UX designers we're challenged to sift through hundreds of potential interactions to create great interactive experiences. With design patterns you can establish consistency for the user experience and get to better designs faster. You'll become versed in pattern design and understand some of the thinking behind common design paradigms. We'll also take a look at examples on how various companies apply them. Using the concepts and ideas presented you'll be immersed in standard design patterns. In my LinkedIn learning course I'll explain what design patterns are and how to apply them as well as key considerations when using them. I'm a UX designer experienced in creating and driving design pattern libraries. So, join me, Diane Cronenwett, as we walk through some common design use cases and scenarios on when and how to apply design patterns to your next project.
UX Foundations: Interaction Designwith David Hogue3h 33m Intermediate
Interaction Design: Software and Web Design Patternswith Diane Cronenwett43m 39s Intermediate
1. Patterns Overview
2. Page Structure and Organization
3. Form and Data Controls
4. Indicating Progress and Feedback
5. Search and Filtering
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