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Learn how to conduct UX (user experience) research, including personas, scenarios, and task analyses.
When you design a product you make a lot of assumptions. And a major reason that product designs fail is because of these assumptions. The assumptions that will get you into the most trouble are the assumptions you make about your target audience -- who they are, what they want to do, and how they want to do it. In this course you will learn how to create and use personas, scenarios, and task analyses so you are sure you understand your target audience. When you know that, then you can design a successful product.
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Some examples of what's in the course:
- What data to collect about your target audience
- How to verify the accuracy of your target audience data
- How to create personas that your team will actually use
- How to create enterprise-wide personas that can be used across many projects
- Persona mistakes to avoid
- How to document what your target audience wants to do with scenarios
- How user scenarios are different than use-case scenarios
- How to outline the entire user experience of your product BEFORE you design with a task analysis.
- How to decide what to do a task analysis on
- Different formats you can use to create a task analysis
- Who to invite to a task analysis session
- The difference between current and optimized task analyses
- How to decide whether to do a "blue-sky" analysis or one with constraints
- How to use your task analysis during design
- How to plan and conduct an effective user research interview
- Quizzes throughout the course to test your knowledge
- Exercises throughout the course to practice what you are learning
and much, much more!
Click the "Take This Course" button at the top right of this page now and get started right away. If you want your current and next project to be great, then you need to get going right away with user research.