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- Have you signed up for a new product lately?…Do you remember the steps you had to complete…after signing up?…How did it make you feel?…A task that most UX designers will come across…at some point in their career…is designing an onboarding flow.…An onboarding flow is what happens after…you sign up for a new product.…In this movie I want to walk you through…the Lynda.com orientation…and share some of the lessons learned…in creating a learning onboarding solution.…Onboarding can set the right tone for your product.…
This is your chance to give the best impression…in regards to first experience for your customer.…An important step to understanding how to…approach your onboarding flow…is understanding the member's context.…Think about why they might be signing up…and what they need to do.…Let's look at a few common questions…you'll want to get answered for any given onboarding flow.…Do they need to accomplish a task?…Do they need to learn how to use your product?…Do they know everything they can get out of your product?…
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