Foundations of User Experience Research for IT Professionals

PT20709
Summary
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.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Duration
1 Day/Lecture & Lab
Audience
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
Topics
  • General Skills
  • Field Studies
  • User Interviews
  • Card Sorting
  • Analyzing, Synthesizing, and Reporting insights

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