- [Instructor] You can invest in lots of design areas.…Some projects need to invest in helping users…find the information they need quickly.…Others, such as companies that sell a package,…might rank aesthetics very high…because that helps sales.…Whereas a corporate team wouldn't be as worried about that.…Applications where errors are expensive,…such as healthcare,…may put more emphasis on reducing those errors.…Applications that assist users in making decisions…may need special design to help them…do that quickly and effectively.…
This list is one that I use in my own projects…to help gauge where we should invest design effort…and to get some tangible numbers for those priorities…I have an exercise for the team.…It only takes 10 minutes or so,…but it reveals a lot about what the team thinks…about the priorities.…I call it the 100 dollar exercise…because it requires the team to allocate 100 dollars…to the various areas on that previous slide.…That 100 dollars represents all the investment available…for the design project.…
- What a well-designed app looks like
- Leveraging cognitive design principles
- Decluttering crowded screens
- Understanding your users' needs
- Recording and analyzing user observations
- Storyboarding your ideas
- Helpful techniques for the design process
- Dealing with conflict in design evaluation
Skill Level Beginner
UX Foundations: Interaction Designwith David Hogue3h 33m Intermediate
How this course will work1m 38s
1. Why UX Design Is Important
2. What Makes a Design Good or Bad?
3. Understanding Users and Their Needs
4. Ideation: Finding, Refining, and Culling Design Ideas
5. Helpful Concepts and Techniques for the Design Process
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