marco tagliavacche’s Course Certificate: UI Design Patterns for Successful Software

Course Certificate

The IxDF Course Certificate above is awarded to marco tagliavacche in formal recognition of their coursework surpassing the rigorous benchmarks of exceptional performance established by the IxDF Educational Codex.

marco tagliavacche has mastered how to:
  • Speed up design processes through the use of user interface design patterns, such as dropdown menus, tabs and breadcrumbs.
  • Recognize and use the most appropriate design patterns for any user interaction to create a complete user interface.
  • Organize content to maximize usability, simplify data entry and reduce errors.
  • Implement design patterns that facilitate people’s needs in a way that is ethically sound—for instance by avoiding dark patterns that manipulate people’s behaviors.

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marco tagliavacche
marco tagliavacche
Information Architect and UX Designer
Genoa Genoa Italy
I am an Information Architect and a User Experience Designer with strong competency in Testing/QA. My passion for communications has led me to information as data and of the actualization of users through various media.

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