Explore some of the UX courses in the library.
- [Narrator] This course is part of an ongoing series of videos related to UX. Developing your prototype is usually begun after you've done research on your users, established some personas, created wireframes or mockups, and finally built your pixel-perfect assets. At this stage you're trying to establish with your stakeholders if your ideas and concepts are worth investing in further development. If this is your first course related to UX, it might be a good idea to explore the other videos in our catalog around some of the subjects we just mentioned.
A simple search with the keyword UX will give you a thorough list of courses we have in our catalog. For example, once you have the results, you can scroll down, and you'll see a whole bunch of courses related to UX. If you want to filter by skill level, the types of courses, sometimes there's UX videos inside of courses, then you can do that, and so on, so forth. The second thing, if you're coming from LinkedIn Learning, pretty much the same search works for that as well, and you can also filter by level, type, and duration of the video as well.
One thing that I wanted to show you, and something that will help you when you start a new project, is this little tool that I use all the time for inspiration. It's called Muzli, and you can get Muzli by going to muz.li, so m-u-z.li, and then once you get there, you can install the extension for Chrome by clicking on Get Muzli for Chrome, Add Extension, and then once you have the extension installed, all you have to do is click on a new tab, and it's going to open Muzli.
So you can actually select what type of inspiration you'd like to have. So if you're more of someone that likes to see new technologies, new applications, you can go more on the Tech side. If you're someone that loves to have design UX inspiration, like us, then you click on this side. You can also change the color of the background and a whole bunch of functions here. But the most important thing about Muzli is the search tool. So if you're someone in design or UX or any of those related fields, you'll have at one point or another gone to one of these sites, so Dribbble, Behance, or any of these sites, for inspiration.
The cool thing about Muzli is that you get them all in one little search tool. So for example, if we're looking for an Apple Watch, then you click on the little M. By the way, if you click on the G, it's for a Google search, so let's click there, and it's going to give you some inspiration images and things that you can use for your projects. In the next video, we'll show you what UX items to look for when you work on your designs and prototypes. See you in a bit!
- Importing designs from Sketch and Photoshop
- Inserting and styling screens
- Adding animation with auto-code
- Working with general syntax
- Programming with variables and objects
- Using functions and code snippets
- Creating assets
- Making interactions
- Animating screens
- Adding a scrolling component
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 08/28/2017. What changed?
A: A new video was added that covers recent changes to the interface.