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Advanced User Experience (UX) Design

Course Summary

Your BEST Source for Usability and User Experience (UX) Tools, Books and Research


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    Course Syllabus

    • Purpose of the Course and Intended Audience
      • Introduction to the Course
      • My Qualifications and Background
      • Attractive Sites are Not Necessarily Useful Sites
    • The Webusability.com Website
      • An Introduction to the Site
      • An Overview of Webusability.com
      • Selecting and Sorting Criteria
      • Testing and Evaluation Example
      • More on the Prototyping and Mockups Tools
    • Usability and User Experience Books
      • Other Information on the Website
      • The 7 Categories of Books
      • The 6 Criteria within Each Category
    • Research and Guidelines
      • Introduction
      • Refereed vs. Non-Refereed Research Articles
      • Research Journals and Conferences
      • Website Publishing
      • The User Interface Update
      • Usability Guidelines
    • User-Computer Issues
      • Introduction
      • Operating Systems and Browsers
      • Connectivity
      • User Demographics
      • User Languages
    • Prototyping
      • Introduction
      • Types of Prototypes
      • Selecting a Prototyping Tool
      • Most Prototypes Do Not Create Usable Code
    • Card Sorting and Navigation
      • Introduction
      • Types of Card Sorting
      • An Open Card Sorting Demo
      • Closed Card Sorting Example
      • Conclusion
    • Navigation Testing
      • Introduction
      • Common Navigation Issues
      • Steps in Conducting a Navigation Test
      • Navigation Test Video
      • Navigation Metrics
      • Findability Testing Tests
      • Other Tools
    • Content Design
      • Introduction
      • The ‘InboundWriter’ Tool
      • Dealing with Keywords
      • Word Counters
      • Writing and Readability
      • Spelling and Grammar
      • Duplicate Content
      • Conclusion
    • Display (Screen) Design: Accessibility
      • Introduction
      • Accessibility
      • The W3C Validator Suite
      • Checking Color Contrasts
      • Non-visual User Interfaces
    • Display Design: Color
      • Introduction
      • Color Schemes Tools
      • Color Blindness
      • Capturing Potential Screen Colors Tools
      • Color Variations and Names Tools
    • User Interface Elements and Dummy Text
      • User Interface Elements Introduction
      • User Interface Elements Tools
      • Dummy (Filler) Text and Images Introduction
      • Dummy (Filler) Text and Images Tools
    • Display Design: Forms and Infographics
      • Input Forms Introduction
      • Input Forms Tools
      • Infographics Introduction
      • Infographics Tools
    • Display Design: Layout and Resolution
      • Unusual Tools Introduction
      • The ‘Wirify’ Tool
      • The ‘No Click Interactions’ Tool
      • The ‘Spur’ Tool
      • The ‘Where’s the Fold?’ Tool
      • The Screen Resolution Introduction
      • Screen Resolution ‘StatCounter’ Data
      • Screen Resolution Simulator Tools
    • Display Design: Images and Video
      • Image Editors Introduction
      • Image Editors Tools
      • Video Editors Introduction
      • Video Editors Tools
      • Screenshot and Video Recording Tools Introduction
      • The ‘Snagit’ Tool
      • Reducing Image and Video Sizes Introduction
      • PNG vs. JPG Reduction Strategies
      • Image Resizing Tools
    • User Performance Testing
      • Testing and Evaluation Introduction
      • User Performance Testing Introduction
      • The User Performance Testing Process
      • Local vs. Remote Testing
      • User Performance Testing Tools
      • A/B or Multivariate Testing Introduction
      • A/B or Multivariate Testing Tools
      • Conclusions
    • Testing and Evaluation - Traffic Analysis-Satisfaction Testing-Recruiting-Mobile
      • Traffic Analysis Introduction
      • Traffic Analysis Tools
      • Satisfaction Testing Introduction
      • Satisfaction Testing Tools
      • Participant Recruiting Introduction
      • Participant Recruiting Tools
      • Mobile Tests or Evaluations Introduction
      • Mobile Tests or Evaluations Tools
      • Survey Tests or Evaluations Introduction
      • Survey Tests or Evaluations Tools
      • Conclusions
    • Tracking Evaluations
      • Eye Tracking Evaluations Introduction
      • Eye Tracking Evaluations Tools
      • Mouse Tracking Evaluations
      • Mouse Tracking Tools
      • Participant Video Evaluations
      • Participant Video Evaluations Tools
      • Screenshot Evaluations
      • Screenshot Evaluations Tools
    • Testing and Evaluation: Other Topics
      • Cross-Browser Evaluations
      • Cross-Browser Evaluations Tools
      • Website Load-Speed Evaluations & Tools
      • Responsive Design Evaluations & Tools
      • Testing and Evaluation Summary
    • Overall Conclusions
      • Discussed Important Books, Tools and Research
      • Success Requires More than Good Coding
      • Characteristics of an Advanced User Experience Course
      • Need New Commercial Tools
      • Continue to Update webusability.com


Course Fee:
USD 199

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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