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User Experience (UX)

We’ve packed years of industry experience into this comprehensive one day training course covering all aspects of UX from research and strategy through to desktop and mobile UX design.
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1 day course
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Classroom, Virtual, Private
Classroom
Face to face, interactive classroom training run from our global training centres.
Virtual Classroom
A convenient and interactive learning experience, that enables you to attend on of our courses from the comfort of your own home or anywhere you can log on. We offer Virtual Classroom on selected live classroom courses where this will appear as an option under the location drop down if available. These can also be booked as Private Virtual Classrooms for exclusive business sessions.
Private
A private training session for your team. Groups can be of any size, at a location of your choice including our training centres.

Our London based one-day course has been designed by UX experts and will introduce you to fundamentals of user experience.

The behaviour your customers display online is the behaviour you have designed for, whether intentional or not. Our UX course will teach you the skills you need to make sure you're in control of your customers' experience online. 

You'll learn successful analysis and research techniques and design methodologies that will help you to meet your online business goals. All delivered by experienced professionals with years of experience in user-centered design, website usability and audience research. 

Our User Experience course is available at our training centre in The Shard, London. We also offer private training at a location of your choice or via Virtual Classroom.

Course overview
Who should attend:
This course is aimed at anyone, whether new to UX or looking to sharpen your skillset and learn about the latest UX disciplines. You may be looking to improve how you work with your UX teams and external agencies or searching for best practice methods that will help embed the UX process into your workflow or organisation.
Walk away with the ability to:
  • Identify the needs and goals of your users
  • Utilise the UX process, tools and deliverables
  • Undertake usability testing
  • Use best practice methods that will help embed the UX processes into your workflow, business or organisation
Course agenda
UX overview
  • UX research
  • UX strategy
  • UX/UI design
  • Content strategy
  • Information architecture
  • Visual design
  • Interaction design
  • Usability and accessibility
The UX process
  • Discover, define, design, develop, deliver
  • Waterfall vs agile vs lean
  • User needs vs business needs
User research methods
  • Quantitative vs qualitative
  • What to use and when
  • Discussion guides
  • How to analyse your findings to generate insights
Business research methods
  • Stakeholder interviews
  • Workshops and co-creation sessions
UX tools and deliverables
  • Expert reviews
  • Competitor benchmarking
  • Personas
  • Storyboards
  • Content audits
  • Journey maps
  • Sitemaps
  • Sketches
  • Wireframes
  • Prototypes
Usability testing
  • Lab, remote and guerrilla
  • Moderated and un-moderated
Design theory
  • Sketching
  • Design patterns
  • Designing for persuasion
  • Designing for accessibility
  • Designing for mobile
  • Articulating design decisions
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£499 ex VAT
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