It doesn’t matter how cool an app looks or how impressively you think it operates. If users don’t walk away feeling just as ecstatic about the session with your product, its perceived coolness goes right out the window.
User experience (UX) is the art of balancing a web product’s form and function against how it makes a user feel — and finding that sweet spot is a delicate, and often times tough-to-define alchemy.
Knowing how to please a user is why talented UX designers are (and will remain) in high demand. Now, you can learn the lessons from those coding pros with the UX Design for Beginners training. And best of all, it’s less than the price of a standard movie ticket — just $9.99 from TNW Deals.
UX Design for Beginners starts by breaking down how the average user engages with an product. As you work through several practical examples, including screenshots of common design problems, your instruction shows you where many developers and product managers are missing the mark — and where you can score big points with those happy users.
By the time the course is finished, even the most novice of web designers will have a grasp of exactly which qualities can help make their site, app or other web product efficient, functional and downright delightful to an audience.
From action steps to troubleshooting to marketability, this package can give you the insight to know when your project may be heading in the wrong direction and what it will take to put things back on track.
It’s a great skill set to have, especially at this limited time price of only $9.99.