This training introduces students to best practices for design research so they can build more user-centric, relevant, intuitive, and successful interactive products. Students will learn methods for discovering user needs, their mental models, and workflow. These methods include observation, end-user interviews, product walk-throughs, card sorting, workflow and task analysis. The goal of UX/user research is to provide practical insights that you can translate into successful interactive products that meet the needs of your target audience.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
1 Day/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for Front-end developers, Web designers, product managers, and others who are involved in the creation of interactive web sites and applications
- General Skills
- Field Studies
- User Interviews
- Card Sorting
- Analyzing, Synthesizing, and Reporting insights