UX Gym Workshop Wellington: UX Intensive Week — A week long introduction to user experience design
September 24, 2018 @ 9:30 am - September 28, 2018 @ 4:30 pm
This course combines all our one day courses into a week long deep-dive into experience design. It takes you through a full digital UX project from initial research to finished design. The week is designed to give you an understanding of the principles behind a modern user centered design process and practical experience of some of the most common activities you will encounter in a typical user experience project. With this course you can apply what you learn immediately to your current projects, use what you learn as a base for further study, or develop a case study to showcase for potential employers. No previous design or digital experience is required.
- Day 1 | Introduction to User Research More details
- Day 2 | Introduction to Information Architecture More details
- Day 3 | Design Part I Designing for people More details
- Day 4 | Design Part II Designing for systems More details
- Day 5 | Introduction to Prototyping & usability testing More details
Who is it for
No prior knowledge is required to do this course, it is suitable for absolute beginners. However the course is primarily aimed at:
Web, interaction and UX designers who want to build on their UX skills, put into practice approaches they have read about, adopt a user centered design approach or better their understanding of the principles behind common UX design methods.
Traditional designers who want to transition into digital design or learn how to work better with their UX colleagues.
Novices and graduates
People new to the industry looking for the opportunity to learn and practice user experience design and use that experience to gain a foothold into the industry.
Strategists and analysts
Senior practitioners who want to gain an understanding of the principles of user experience design and experience how those principles are practiced on the ground.
Developers who want to build on their UX skills or learn how to work better with their UX colleagues.
Product owners and project managers
Product owners and project managers who want a better understanding of how a user experience design approach can get them better outcomes on their products and projects.
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