Today's UX designers need to stay on top of cutting-edge software and know how to apply industry best practices to their workflow. Explore prototyping, mobile design considerations, validation techniques, and more so you can sharpen and expand your UX design skillset and enhance your portfolio.
Explore the latest design and prototyping tools.
Learn best practices for mobile experience design.
Maximize your design efficiency with Sketch plugins, templates, and best practices. Learn the best ways to use Sketch in UX design workflows and create better user experiences for responsive design, mobile, and watch apps.
2h 48m • COURSE
InVision for UX Design with Emmanuel Henri
Learn how to use InVision to create interactive prototypes, collaborate with teammates, and manage your UX design workflow.
1h 1m • COURSE
Developing a Design System with Adobe XD with Demian Borba
Learn how to create, design, and manage the iterative development of a design system using Adobe XD.
1h 1m • COURSE
Illustrator for UX Design with Brian Wood
Learn how to use Adobe Illustrator for web and app design. This course shows how wireframes and design layouts can be made using artboards, shapes, layers, guides, text, symbols, masks, styles, and more.
1h 55m • COURSE
Hands-On Mobile Prototyping for UX Designers with Diane Cronenwett
Take your UX design process hands on. Learn how to use various analog and digital tools (including Keynote, InVision, and Flinto) to prototype amazing mobile app experiences.
47m 26s • COURSE
Building and Maintaining Your UX Design Portfolio with Diane Cronenwett
Get real-world career advice to make your UX design portfolio stand out from the crowd, and land your next UX design job.
15m 54s • COURSE
Sketch: Mobile Design Workflows with Diane Cronenwett
Learn how to use Sketch and InVision to design user interfaces for mobile apps and create more engaging and interactive prototypes.
1h 30m • COURSE
You'll advance your UX design skills with these experts
Renata Phillippi is a user experience designer who has worked in the web industry for more than 8 years.
Renata specializes in information architecture, interaction design, usability, and user research. Renata has created experiences for companies ranging from small start-ups to the Fortune 500, including Technicolor, Adobe, and Electronic Arts. She develops innovative solutions with critical thinking and creative problem solving while taking into account multiple perspectives. A thought leader in the design community, Renata is recognized for contributions to organizations, books, and new ideation. She lives in San Francisco, California, where she leads a user experience team for a midsize firm.
Emmanuel Henri is a full-stack developer with 20 years of experience in programming, technology, and design.
Demian Borba is a strategic development manager for Adobe XD and a software engineer.
Demian is a design thinker and product manager with over 15 years of experience in the technology industry. Throughout his career, he has worked on creating and executing global programs such as tech centers at universities and developer groups, as well as events such as hackathons. In addition, he's helped to produce mobile apps for top brands, and has created and delivered training programs on a variety of topics, including innovation and creative confidence, Angular, and Adobe. A creative, entrepreneurial, and passionate professional, Demian boasts a variety of certificates in project management, business management, marketing, development, and design.
Brian Wood is a web developer, author, and trainer on Muse, InDesign, Illustrator, and more.
The author of over ten books (Adobe Illustrator CC 2014 Classroom in a Book and Adobe Muse CC 2014 Classroom in a Book), Brian has designed numerous training titles on Muse, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator, and other design software. In addition to training many clients, including Nordstrom, REI, Boeing, Starbucks, Nintendo, and others, Brian speaks regularly at national conferences, such as Adobe MAX, HOW Design, and HOW Interactive, as well as events hosted by AIGA and other industry organizations. He has also written articles for SmashingMagazine.com, Peachpit.com, CreativePro.com, Adobe Inspire magazine, and more. Brian has a YouTube channel at youtube.com/askbrianwood and a corporate training site at brianwoodtraining.com.
Diane Cronenwett, principal interaction designer at Intuit, specializes in solving complex design problems.
Diane makes the complex simple. Her experience spans consumer, enterprise, social, and mobile at some of the most innovative and fastest growing companies in Silicon Valley. Combining business opportunity with user need, Diane approaches all design problems holistically with the ability to think broadly and strategically while executing on the details.