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Learn how to use Sketch's features and extensions to export design assets, CSS and HTML, and animation in high-quality formats and integrate with other UX design platforms.
Develop a content strategy that translates into a better user experience. Learn how to build user persona spectrums, content guidelines, and more meaningful content for websites and apps.
Learn how to create UX design documents using OmniGraffle 6. Jason Osder explains how to create sitemaps, diagrams, wireframes for desktop and mobile, content maps, and models.
Learn how to build prototypes and mood boards and collaborate with InVision, a powerful UX design platform for desktop and mobile.
Learn how to create collapsible menus and add scalable vector graphics (SVGs) to your responsive web design layouts.
Get real-world career advice to make your UX design portfolio stand out from the crowd, and land your next UX design job.
Learn how to create dynamic interactive prototypes for smartphones, tablets, and desktop computers with Principle for Mac, the UX design tool.
Business coach Lauren Bacon tells us what it takes to be successful in the web design world.
Learn how to use user-centered design techniques to set priorities and metrics for implementing your design.
Learn how to use concepts like social proof and authority to build your credibility online and create more persuasive user experiences.
Learn how to get fast, inexpensive, and early validation of your design ideas, using the simplest of materials: pen and paper.
Learn how to create user flows and sitemaps, static click-through wireframes, or robust, fully interactive prototypes with Axure.
Create products and design that draw people in and direct them down your preferred path by appealing to emotion rather than logic.
Learn how to use desire lines, and commitment, reinforcement, and breakage techniques to influence users' behavior patterns.
Learn how to tap into self-image with the right persuasive design techniques, and make your product or service seem more valuable.
Learn how to design wireframes and prototypes with InDesign.
Start your UX designs in Illustrator. Learn how to create custom reusable symbols, add text, use artboards to design for multiple screens and application states, and export your wireframes as PDFs.
Learn how to motivate your users to act and engage them with your UX designs—without misleading them.
Learn how to use Photoshop shapes, styles, and layers to create wireframes, prototypes, and other UX design documents.
See how to map user needs to your proposed UX design solution with scenarios and storyboards.
Generate more creative, more satisfactory solutions for your users using ideation techniques.
The team behind Local Projects, a multimedia design firm, explains the development process behind some of their most high-profile projects, including an installation for the 9/11 Memorial Museum.
Make your development process more user centered. Learn about the importance of personas, how to create them, and how to use them in your user experience research and design.
Learn how to gather user data through careful observation, and transform that data into actionable project ideas for a more user-centric design.
Learn about the benefits of user-centered design and the six techniques illustrated in the UX Design Techniques series.
Build a to-do list widget with an editable field so users can easily create tasks and delete them as they are completed, and a drag-and-drop version that allows for quick and easy sorting.
Spice up dry data presentations with an interactive, visually engaging bar chart drawn with the HTML5 Canvas element.
Join Grant Skinner at work and at play, designing cutting-edge interactive experiences, games, applications, and frameworks with technologies like HTML5 and Flash.
Real-world responsive design strategies to control the appearance and behavior of your website across multiple screen sizes and devices.
Discover how to combine advanced HTML5 form elements to gather personal details from your site visitors and deliver a better user experience.
Walks you through the process of analyzing, planning, and managing different types of content—from blog posts to videos—so you can develop a content strategy for any website.
Build features that allow visitors to your online store to filter their selections interactively via sliders, drag items onto wish lists, and automatically save them locally.
Build an online application for creating personalized photo cards with user-uploaded imagery and text.
Demonstrates different design strategies, best practices, and actual code examples for creating a web site that can adapt to multiple devices, screen sizes, and browsers.
Create web forms that encourage visitors to enter information and discover ways to capture input without the use of forms.
Takes viewers inside one of the coolest design firms around, Hot Studio.
Explains the crucial issue of web accessibility and how to apply standards to new and existing sites.
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