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Become a great Front-End Developer with 8 courses in 4 parts. As a Front-End Developer, you play an important role in the design process by bringing prototypes to life and providing feedback on the designs. This learning path enables you to apply key design principles to your job.

  1. Foundation (2 courses)

    These foundation courses provide an excellent introduction to UX design and are recommended for everyone.

  2. Front-End Developer Beginner (2 courses)

    Learn the fundamental concepts of human-computer interaction and usability.

  3. Front-End Developer Intermediate (2 courses)

    Master the different usability considerations for mobile devices and websites to build better software.

  4. Front-End Developer Advanced (2 courses)

    Take a deep dive into creating universally usable designs, and learn how to design dynamic user experiences.

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Human-Centered Design for AI

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Niwal Sheikh, Product Design Lead, Netflix

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing how design works, bringing significant shifts and critical ethical questions. From how algorithms work to issues of fairness and keeping user information private, the blend of AI and design raises crucial concerns about our responsibilities in shaping the future of design.

In this Master Class webinar, Netflix Product Designer Niwal Sheikh will talk about human-centered design for AI and how to deal with ethical challenges.

In this Master Class, you'll learn:

  • The best ethical practices in AI.
  • Key considerations for design justice and ethics in AI.
  • The concepts of bias, discrimination, shadow banning and fairness in AI.
  • A collaborative and multi-disciplinary approach to establishing ethical AI in our organizations.
  • The future of AI in Design.

Join this webinar to learn how to work with AI while ensuring ethical practices and the development of ethical products.

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How to Innovate with XR

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Michael Nebeling, Associate Professor, University of Michigan

There is a lot of enthusiasm around extended reality (XR) technologies, encompassing virtual, augmented, and mixed reality, and for good reasons. The ways in which these technologies collectively allow us to see and interact with a digitally-enhanced physical world around us are truly stunning. Theoretically, we could now wear modern XR headsets all day long and benefit from their virtual assistance in everyday activities at home, work, and, to some extent, even on the go. Yet, nobody does that. Why is that? Why are we still so far away from the promise that XR would one day replace the smartphone? Should this even be the goal?

In many ways, the answer is yes. Head-worn displays bring many advantages and absolutely hold the potential to revolutionize and significantly improve the way we perceive and interact with digital information around us. At the same time, we need to be extremely careful with how we design and develop for this future of user experiences that seamlessly blend the physical and virtual worlds around us. As designers, we hold a tremendous responsibility.

In this Master Class webinar, Michael Nebeling, professor and XR faculty innovator-in-residence at the University of Michigan, will show you how you can innovate in and with XR—taking into account the unique affordances and opportunities within the XR medium and using XR to carry the benefits over to the real world. Michael will share his vision for future XR tools and applications that help shape designers’ mindsets and positively impact the user experience.

You’ll learn:

  • What the key challenges and barriers are to the more widespread adoption of XR.
  • Why innovation in XR is often misguided by trying to find the “killer app”.
  • How to instead approach XR design in a creative and systematic way.
  • What frameworks and tools are needed to rapidly advance XR design and innovation.
  • Which groups of users are the most likely to first benefit from the advantages with XR.
  • How to scale XR innovation to cater to the needs of a diverse set of stakeholders.
  • What it takes to create inclusive and safe XR experiences.
  • Why you need to keep pushing to continuously innovate and disrupt design with XR.

Join this Master Class webinar to learn how to think outside the box and design for a future where XR technologies are interwoven with everyday life. Learn how to approach the design of future XR interfaces despite current technical limitations and many open issues, and how to ask the right questions and help shape design towards truly innovative and impactful XR experiences.

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Accessible and Inclusive Design Patterns

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Vitaly Friedman, Senior UX consultant, European Parliament, and creative lead, Smashing Magazine

When we contemplate accessibility, our minds often gravitate toward familiar considerations—such as color contrast, legible font sizes, and mobile tap targets. However, inclusive design transcends these apparent essentials, aspiring to craft accessible and inclusive experiences for all. Navigating the intricacies of inclusive design poses challenges, and it is crucial to discern and implement the right design choices early on to avert potential issues down the line.

How would you design for young children and older adults? What about users with dyslexia, color blindness or autism? How about left-handed users? And what do we need to keep in mind when designing mental health applications or LGBTQI-friendly forms?

In this practical Master Class webinar, Vitaly Friedman will take a deep dive into design guidelines, numerous real-life examples, best practices, and guidelines for truly inclusive, universal and accessible design.

You’ll learn:

  • How to design for children and older adults.
  • How to consider neurodiversity and autism.
  • How to design for people with dyslexia or dyscalculia.
  • How to design with left-handed users in mind.
  • Design patterns for inclusive forms.

Join this webinar to add new practical techniques to your design toolbox that you can apply to any project.

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The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in UX

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Darren Hood, UX Designer, Author, Speaker and Podcaster

For years the field of UX has focused on methods, methodologies, techniques, artifacts, and deliverables. We have learned, however, that truly successful UX is not just about the work. The ability to interact, relate, and exchange with team members, stakeholders, clients, and leadership has proven to be even more important in some cases. For these reasons, the importance of soft skills (and more specifically, emotional intelligence or EQ) has become increasingly critical.

You'll learn:

  • The challenges and issues EQ can help you overcome as a UX professional.
  • How EQ can impact your projects.
  • How EQ helps optimize relationships with stakeholders and teammates.
  • The benefits EQ in personal and professional growth.
  • Key EQ red flags that serve as identifiers for self growth or in one's teams.

You’ll leave this Master Class with a sound understanding of EQ, its role in UX and and its importance to practitioners and the discipline-at-large.

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UX Design is a Booming Industry

Job opportunities for people with design skills are increasing like never before (an estimated 13% increase from 2010 to 2020). And UX designer salaries are soaring—upwards of $110K in cities like San Francisco and New York.

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