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UX Engineering Process

Course Summary

Bill Scott leverages his experience as Director of UI Engineering at Netflix and now Sr. Director at PayPal to teach us concepts behind delivering great experiences in the interfaces we build. He applies lean startup principles to UI engineering in order


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    Course Syllabus

    ● ntroduction
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦   3:57
    ● Building Products
        ◦ UX Process
        ◦   10:48
        ◦ Bill Scott and PayPal
        ◦   7:44
        ◦ Break Down the Walls
        ◦   10:04
        ◦ Netflix: Rapid Experimentation
        ◦   11:12
        ◦ Lessons Learned
        ◦   11:53
        ◦ Q&A
        ◦   26:41
    ● Lean UX
        ◦ Lean Manufacturing
        ◦   13:50
        ◦ Lean UX
        ◦   11:00
        ◦ Three Key Principles for Lean UX
        ◦   11:49
        ◦ A Healthy Product Lifecycle
        ◦   10:58
        ◦ Key Lessons from a Lean UX Team
        ◦   15:15
        ◦ Example: Spotify
        ◦   11:12
        ◦ Q&A and Wrap-up Discussion, continued
        ◦   15:00
    ● Lean Tech Stack
        ◦ The Way It Was
        ◦   9:54
        ◦ Using Open Source at PayPal
        ◦   6:39
        ◦ Portable UI Frameworks
        ◦   6:30
        ◦ Implementing the Portable UI
        ◦   13:17
        ◦ Rapid Prototyping
        ◦   11:36
        ◦ Rapid Prototyping, continued
        ◦   14:48
        ◦ UI Architecture Concerns
        ◦   9:28
        ◦ Responsive Web Design vs. Responsive Server Side
        ◦   7:57
        ◦ Q&A Discussion for Part 3
        ◦   13:10
    ● Anti-Patterns
        ◦ Anti-Patterns 1-3
        ◦   8:15
        ◦ Anti-Patterns 4-7
        ◦   8:24
        ◦ Anti-Patterns 8-11
        ◦   10:48
        ◦ Anti-Patterns 12-14
        ◦   10:24
        ◦ Anti-Patterns 15-18
        ◦   9:07
        ◦ Final Q&A and Wrap-up
     


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Open Source and Development & Implementations Community

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