User experience design requires you to understand your users. If you don't know what your users want, you can only deliver what they want by accident. User research is how we come to understand what our users want. It's the largest part of user experience design. This course will give you insight into all the major UX research techniques and how to put them into practice on your projects.
Recommended Background: What You Should Know
This course requires no prior learning. It would be of most benefit to someone just starting out in their UX career or someone looking to broaden their UX career with additional research techniques. However, it can also be taken by those looking to better understand UX work prior to making the move into UX design.
How the Lessons are organized
There are 10 lessons in the course each broken down into a number of units:
UX is one of the most rapidly growing fields in design. There are great careers to be had in UX and they're open even to those who can't "graphic design". That makes UX a good option for almost all would-be designers. UX impacts UI design, web design and graphic design, and understanding the field of UX will improve your efforts in all of those areas.
This course is designed to provide the following benefits:
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