Nadeem Khan’s Course Certificate: Interaction Design for Usability

Course Certificate

The IxDF Course Certificate above is awarded to Nadeem Khan with a Top 10% Distinction in formal recognition of their coursework surpassing the rigorous benchmarks of exceptional performance established by the IxDF Educational Codex.

Nadeem Khan has mastered how to:
  • Carry out a design process that focuses on people’s needs to ensure that designs are easy and pleasurable to use.
  • Reduce the costs, risk, and time required to design and implement products by designing with usability in mind.
  • Integrate user-centered design into lean and agile development processes, to ensure that all work creates customer value.
  • Increase an organization’s UX maturity and ability to create great user experiences by engaging the whole team in user-centered design.

About the IxDF - Interaction Design Foundation

IxDF - Interaction Design Foundation

Founded in 2002, the Interaction Design Foundation (IxDF) sets the industry gold standard for learning design, with courses taught by experts from industry leaders such as NASA, Google, and Adobe.

Nadeem Khan
Nadeem Khan
Principal Designer
Mumbai Maharashtra India
With 15+ years of UX consulting experience and a background in graphics, eLearning, and web design, I create engaging experiences aligned with user needs. I've worked with UN agencies, Alexion, Mondelez, and more. I lead IxDF Mumbai and Design coach.

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