UI UX Tutorial
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  • 3 Lessons
  • 1 hrs of Learning
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Tutorial Highlights

Paying attention to the user's experience has been a given since the Golden Era of UX. Few CEOs need to be persuaded of the importance of designing enjoyable interactions, and creating high-quality designs has become more accessible to cross-disciplinary professionals and entry-level designers.

While senior UX designers are still highly sought-after, access to such advanced and comprehensive design systems has propelled junior designers to levels of skill and ability comparable to many higher-ups.

UX designers are still in high demand. Because the field adapts and evolves in response to technological advancements, so do the expectations for UX designers. In this UI/UX career resources tutorial, we will be taking you through a journey which will form a strong base to kickstart your career as a UI/UX designer.

For those interested in learning more about UI and UX design, starting with comprehensive tutorials is an excellent way to gain a solid understanding of the principles and practices involved. While online tutorials can be useful, a UI Design Bootcamp provides a more immersive and structured learning experience.

Skills Covered

  • Sketch
  • InVision
  • HTML
  • Visio
  • Adobe Creative Suite

Topics Covered

  1. UI UX Designer Job Description
  2. What is a UX Researcher?
  3. What is the UX Design Process?
  4. What are User Flows in UX

UI UX Tutorial: Table of Contents

Lesson 1: UI UX Designer Job Description for 2023

Gathering user requirements, designing graphic elements, and developing navigation components are all responsibilities of a UI/UX Designer. As a result, to be successful in this role, you should have prior experience with design software and wireframe tools. In this lesson, we will be covering the different roles of a UI/UX designer, their roles and responsibilities, the skills needed for the job, designer job opportunities, salaries, and why you should take up designing as a career.

Lesson 2: What Is a UX Researcher?

Today's technologically advanced world has a vast array of applications, processes, software, instruments, and so on. To provide an excellent experience for its users, everything under this umbrella will need to be thoroughly scrutinized and improved. The standard of any commodity or service can only be maintained if the provider is aware of the users' needs and comfort. UX Research is one method for understanding users' expectations and requirements. In this lesson, we will be talking about UX research, the different UX research methodologies, their roles and responsibilities, the relevant skills, the best practices to conduct research, and how to start a career as a UX researcher.

Lesson 3: What Is the UX Design Process? Everything You Need to Know

User experience design is the process of improving a product's usability, accessibility, and pleasure in interaction with the user. UX design, UED, or XD are all abbreviations for user experience design. User experience design is the process by which a designer attempts to improve a product's usability and utility. In this lesson, we will be covering why UX design is important, the key stages in the UX design process, how to improve the process, and some of the best practices.

Lesson 4: What are User Flows in UX?

User flows are an essential component of UX design. It enables UX designers to view the big picture and comprehend how people interact with a website or app. Diagrams, wireframes, prototypes, flowcharts, and other tools are commonly used to depict user flows. In this lesson, we will be going through the need of using user flows in UX, flow design processes, the types of user flow charts, and ways to improve your user flow.

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