At the heart of UX Design is the process of creating meaningful and engaging products for users. This process consists of several disciplines which combined form the skeleton of user experience design. Broadly speaking these disciplines include user research, information architecture, planning & strategy, iterative design and finally testing.
The core responsibility of a UX Designer is to consider the Why, What and How a product is used. This process of information gathering will help shape a design solution that will appeal to the user and solve their needs. The Why involves establishing the user's motivation and need for using your product. This can be done by conducting both quantitative and qualitative user research tests (eg surveys, user interviews, online polls etc). The What involves what the user is trying to accomplish by using your product and finally, the How relates to method and technology the user is adopting to accomplish those tasks. Together these three core principles define the role of a UX Designer and help us create something relevant and special.
Practicing the core principles of what makes a ux designer in the digital space
Accommodating the differences in how companies utilise UX designers
Checklist of things you should be doing as a UX designer
Core principles that make a UX designer
Who you'll learn with
With over 10 years experience in the UX Design industry, Ed brings a wealth
of knowledge to the course material on UXClub.com. Having delivered for clients such as
Renault, Nissan, Mastercard,
Virgin and more, Ed has experienced the entire design process from
UX strategy and quantitative
analysis all the way through to iterative design, execution and user testing. UXClub.com is a place where Ed
can share what he's learnt with anyone who's looking to learn something new about user experience design and change their career.