Generating creative solutions to engage the attention of users is what great designers do. However, a UX designer goes a step further in that direction: it’s how the user interacts with the creative solution that is most important. UX designers solve a problem for the user, while also aligning with a brand’s business goals. It is a complex role and one that is becoming increasingly important within design teams today. Once you complete this course, you will be equipped with all the necessary knowledge to take on a personal or professional UX design project with confidence and skill.
- A computer with Adobe XD installed.
- Operating System: macOS X v10.13 (or later) or Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (64-bit) — Version 1709 (build 10.0.16299) (or later).
- An internet connection.
- For additional system requirements, such as graphics, RAM, display, etc. that you need to run Adobe XD.
- A smartphone with the Adobe XD app installed (recommended, but not a must-have).
- Getting Started and Exploring Adobe XD.
- Designing Interfaces.
- Advanced Prototyping.
- Sharing and Collaboration in Adobe XD.
- Optimizing Your Workflow.
What will you learn
- How to organize your workspace and try out the design functions.
- How to create components, create basic interactive prototypes, and finally how to use Adobe XD to showcase your designs.
- How to add carousels and voice to your prototype, along with micro-interactions with the use of component states.
- How to share and collaborate on a UX project in the fourth course, seeing how to export artboards and elements by inviting someone to co-edit your design with you.
- How to use one of the leading UX design and digital prototyping platforms from the ground up.