Creating User Experiences: Fundamental Design Principles

An entry point for developers to begin learning more about UI/UX design
Course info
Rating
(870)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
May 10, 2012
Duration
4h 32m
Table of contents
Module 1: The need for new thinking by developers
Module 2: Design Principles for Choosing Options
Module 3: Visual Scanning and Processing
Module 4: Preference for Naturalness
Module 5: Preference for Naturalness, part 2
Module 6: Aesthetics and Legibility
Module 7: Managing Cognitive Load
Module 8: Meta-design Principles
Module 9: Summary and Resources for Further Study
Description
Course info
Rating
(870)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
May 10, 2012
Duration
4h 32m
Description

We're in a new era of software and devices, and user expectations are rising rapidly. To meet those expectations, developers need to understand more about design concepts. Whether working alone, or with a designer, this course will help by explaining fundamental principles, concepts, and terminology, and by exposing developers to a broad range of design possibilities.

About the author
About the author

Billy in an internationally known author and speaker. He offers consulting and training services for user experience design, end-to-end architecture, and presentation tier construction and development. You can see Billy at major conferences all over the world, usually doing sessions to help developers to become more focused on user experience design.