UX Design courses for beginners and experts
Learn from 28 beginner to advanced courses that cover the entire spectrum of UX design. All courses feature in-depth, high-quality content taught by academics and industry experts.
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Earn a Course Certificate when you get at least 70% of the total course score. Get rewarded with distinctions on your certificate if you score even better.
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You can get access to 28 Ivy League-level courses for about the price of 2 cups of coffee (or $13) a month. That’s because we are a nonprofit focused on lowering the cost of design education. Learn more about our mission.
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Take as many UX design courses as you want without paying a cent more. You pay a flat membership fee, so you enjoy more cost savings the more you learn.
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Networking is crucial to advancing your UX career—that’s why we facilitate UX meet-ups in 450 cities around the world. Learn more about IDF Local Groups.
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The Design Career Map – Learn How to Get Ahead in Your Work
Most people put a lot of effort into their work. Unfortunately, they often neglect themselves in the process. Time served is no longer enough to progress your career (if it ever was). You need to consciously develop your personal and professional skills to succeed and you need a plan to get from where you are to where you want to be. Developing...
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Stop Yourself from Becoming Content Fried and Free Your Mind to be Productive
Content fried is the point we reach when we subject ourselves to too much data. It commonly affects content curators but it can affect any of us. The “always on” Internet may be a blessing much of the time but it can also be a curse. The term “content fried” was defined Beth Kanter, who is a trainer, researcher, speaker and motivator. Content ...
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Information Overload, Why it Matters and How to Combat It
Designers often need to convey information to the users of their designs. Specialists in information visualization design in particular find themselves presenting data over and over again to their users. However, it’s important when developing your designs that you don’t create “information overload” – that is presenting so much data that you le...
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User Goals and How They Influence Information Design Decisions
As an information designer, your main aim is to help people understand the world better. Whether they’re trying to make sense of national election sentiments or get a grip on tourism activities in a region, people need to understand the meaning and implications of facts and figures. These collections of words and numbers are raw data. Your duty ...
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