Explore the role of structure in interaction design. Learn how to create information architecture deliverables, design page-level structure, create flow diagrams, and more.
- [Instructor] UX designers are the architects of a user's experience, a process which encompasses everything from the big picture view right down to the tiniest details. In the UX design field, you'll craft information architecture deliverables and over time, you'll learn methodologies to uncover navigation patterns and how to approach your design holistically. In my LinkedIn learning course, I'll share with you information and processes I have learned in my career as a UX designer that you can directly apply to your next UX project. We'll utilize techniques I'll share with you while creating site maps, flow diagrams, and design an experience using our information architecture knowledge. So join me, Diane Cronenwett, in my Interaction Design course all about structure.
- The role of information architecture in UX design
- Navigation labels and content inventory
- Information density in interface design
- Setting up and using a grid system
- Establishing the goals of a site
- Creating flow diagrams
- Iterating through multiple layouts