Rich McNabb’s Course Certificate: Mobile UX Strategy: How to Build Successful Products

Course Certificate

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

Rich McNabb has mastered how to:
  • Apply fundamental concepts and best practices of mobile UX design to create successful user experiences.

  • Understand your users and their interactions with your products.

  • Conduct user research for mobile to discover your target audience’s preferences and challenges.

  • Develop actionable and relatable personas that bring your users to life in your design process.

  • Craft a powerful content strategy and leverage the magic of UX writing to guide and engage your users.

  • Implement a robust testing process to identify areas for improvement and the importance of iterating your designs based on authentic user feedback.

  • Integrate assistive technology into your products.

  • Champion accessibility by making your products inclusive and accommodating diverse abilities and preferences, ensuring a seamless user experience for all.

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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.

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