Course Description

User Experience Design curriculum offers an introduction to the foundations of UX design also will cover the topic about human experiences – Human-Centered Design in the context of the progress of new media technologies.

In this course, you will also learn about how the UX design process works, How UX researchers discover and assess user needs, how to design your own experience, how to incorporate a user-centered focus into the design process, how to draw wireframes using your creative ideas and prototype user interfaces and experiences for digital interactions.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand what is user experience, the distinction between UX and UI

  • Developing a user-research plan, create screener surveys, conduct interviews, and design user interview protocol.

  • Using observations and research to create personas and including them in your design workflow.

  • Creating an effective content strategy for a website and Creating sitemaps

  • Get an idea of the user-centered design process and benefits.

  • Running a basic usability heuristic evaluation.

  • Creating and implementing user stories.

  • Creating low and high fidelity wireframes and paper or digital prototypes for user testing.

Course modules

1Introduction to UX Design
2User-Centered Design (UCD) and Design Thinking
3Understand What Customer Really Want-User Research
4Usability Analysis
5Empathy Mapping, Personas & Scenarios
6Lean UX
7Content Strategy
8Sketching, Wireframing, Prototyping
9Fundamentals of experiment design
10Research Evaluation