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Illustrator CC for UX Design

by William Everhart

Learn how to take full advantage of Adobe Illustrator CC's drawing capabilities to create a user experience for a mobile app, website, or other application. You can go from wireframe to full-color mockup using Illustrator as your UX design tool.

What you'll learn

Have you ever been asked to design a mobile app, website, or desktop software that is intuitive and easy to use, but had no idea what tool to use? If so, Illustrator CC for UX Design is the perfect course to learn the desirable skill of designing UX (user experience) all within Adobe Illustrator CC. With so much riding on UX design, you should select a tool that will make the process as easy as possible yet give you plenty control over the final design, and that is why Adobe Illustrator CC is such a good choice. First, you will learn the basics of how to draw, create graphics, and manage documents in Adobe Illustrator CC. Next, you will dive into creating a wireframe for your UX design, and then develop a full color mockup of your UX design. Finally, you will discover how to export your wireframes and mockups to a PDF for client approvals, share your Illustrator CC content with developers and other applications, and even experiment with adding interactivity to your design in Adobe XD. By the end of this course, you will know how to begin a UX design project in Adobe Illustrator CC, and see it through to final delivery to clients and developers. Software required: Adobe Illustrator CC.

About the author

Embarking on his career at a time when desktop publishing was a brand new term, William Everhart learned graphic software long before services like Pluralsight were even a dream. Over the past 30 years he has gone on to add web design, video production, and instructional design to his resume. He is currently the owner of his own consulting and private training firm, Astute Digital Solutions, which helps people overcome software and workflow challenges.

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