A modern user experience designer understands modern design concepts. They also have the research and analysis skills to design effective, compelling digital experiences across different mobile platforms, the web, and the Internet of things. This path will help you build the foundation for a solid career in UX design.
UX design is much more than strong visual design skills. In this path, strengthen your critical and tactical design experience by learning the fundamentals of prototyping, interaction design, and user research.
Make prototypes of your designs so you can test performance and receive high-quality feedback from stakeholders. Improve your prototyping skills to keep up in today's world of fast-paced, iterative projects. Learn how to use techniques and tools to create prototypes and validate your designs.
Design effective user experiences by building a solid workflow and developing a deep understanding of your goals and target audience. From user experience research fundamentals to design thinking, this learning path will give you the tools you need for sharpening your UX research and strategy skills.
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.
Interaction design (IxD) is a discipline of user experience that examines the interaction between a user and a system or app interface, and it requires a very specific set of skills. In this learning path, you can learn the fundamental skills needed to be a solid interaction designer, and the research and analytical skills that will help you design beautiful and usable interfaces to digital experiences.
Continuous delivery (CD) answers two difficult questions: "How do we release software more quickly in response to user demand?" and "How do we release high-quality software reliably?" Using special practices and tools, teams can address both concerns. Learn the basics of CD, get hands-on experience with important tools, and discover how your organization can optimize software delivery.
Get the skills to build engaging, interactive user experiences on the web as a front-end web developer. Learn everything you need to design and develop user-facing code, and discover how to bring concepts to life on the browser canvas by combining essential graphic design and coding principles.