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MBA in UI/UX design 2021-beginner to worldclass professional – Udemy

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What you’ll learn

  • Mobile interface design
  • iPhone interface design for different apps
  • Android design for different apps

This course, covers all the basics to advanced concepts of UI/UX design and implementation. This UI/UX design masterclass uses figma to design many real world practical examples and use cases for UI/UX. Figma is used in this course to teach how to design mobile and web apps using figma.

You will design many beautiful UI/UX interfaces like:

  1. Netflix

  2. Whatsapp

  3. Admin dashboard

  4. User dashboard

  5. Education app

  6. Login screens

    And so on.

    What is User Interface Design?

    User interface (UI) design is the process designers use to build interfaces in software or computerized devices, focusing on looks or style. Designers aim to create interfaces which users find easy to use and pleasurable. UI design refers to graphical user interfaces and other forms—e.g., voice-controlled interfaces.

    Designing User Interfaces for Users

    User interfaces are the access points where users interact with designs. They come in three formats:

    Graphical user interfaces (GUIs)—Users interact with visual representations on digital control panels. A computer’s desktop is a GUI.

    Voice-controlled interfaces (VUIs)—Users interact with these through their voices. Most smart assistants—e.g., Siri on iPhone and Alexa on Amazon devices—are VUIs.

    Gesture-based interfaces—Users engage with 3D design spaces through bodily motions: e.g., in virtual reality (VR) games.

    To design UIs best, you should consider:

    Users judge designs quickly and care about usability and likeability.

    They don’t care about your design, but about getting their tasks done easily and with minimum effort.

    Your design should therefore be “invisible”: Users shouldn’t focus on it but on completing tasks: e.g., ordering pizza on Domino’s Zero Click app.

    So, understand your users’ contexts and task flows (which you can find from, e.g., customer journey maps), to fine-tune the best, most intuitive UIs that deliver seamless experiences.

    UIs should also be enjoyable (or at least satisfying and frustration-free).

    When your design predicts users’ needs, they can enjoy more personalized and immersive experiences. Delight them, and they’ll keep returning.

    Where appropriate, elements of gamification can make your design more fun.

    UIs should communicate brand values and reinforce users’ trust.

    Good design is emotional design. Users associate good feelings with brands that speak to them at all levels and keep the magic of pleasurable, seamless experiences alive.

    UI vs. User Experience (UX) Design

    Often confused with UX design, UI design is more concerned with the surface and overall feel of a design. UI design is a craft where you the designer build an essential part of the user experience. UX design covers the entire spectrum of the user experience. One analogy is to picture UX design as a car with UI design as the driving console.

    “Interfaces get in the way. I don’t want to focus my energies on an interface. I want to focus on the job.”

    — Don Norman, Grand old man of UX design

    How to make Great UIs

    To deliver impressive GUIs, remember—users are humans, with needs such as comfort and a limit on their mental capacities. You should follow these guidelines:

    1. Make buttons and other common elements perform predictably (including responses such as pinch-to-zoom) so users can unconsciously use them everywhere. Form should follow function.

    2. Maintain high discoverability. Clearly label icons and include well-indicated affordances: e.g., shadows for buttons.

    3. Keep interfaces simple (with only elements that help serve users’ purposes) and create an “invisible” feel.

    4. Respect the user’s eye and attention regarding layout. Focus on hierarchy and readability:

      1. Use proper alignment. Typically choose edge (over center) alignment.

      2. Draw attention to key features using:

        • Color, brightness and contrast. Avoid including colors or buttons excessively.

        • Text via font sizes, bold type/weighting, italics, capitals and distance between letters. Users should pick up meanings just by scanning.

    5. Minimize the number of actions for performing tasks but focus on one chief function per page. Guide users by indicating preferred actions. Ease complex tasks by using progressive disclosure.

    6. Put controls near objects that users want to control. For example, a button to submit a form should be near the form.

    7. Keep users informed regarding system responses/actions with feedback.

    8. Use appropriate UI design patterns to help guide users and reduce burdens (e.g., pre-fill forms). Beware of using dark patterns, which include hard-to-see prefilled opt-in/opt-out checkboxes and sneaking items into users’ carts.

    9. Maintain brand consistency.

    10. Always provide next steps which users can deduce naturally, whatever their context.

Who this course is for:

  • People who wish to learn front end interface design
  • People who wish to major as UI/UX experts

Course content

  • Introduction
  • Exercises

10 reviews for MBA in UI/UX design 2021-beginner to worldclass professional – Udemy

  1. Donny Phan

    Super practical. Lessons are catered towards anyone looking to find work in this industry. It felt very comprehensive and gave me a broad understanding of the programming spectrum

  2. Madhav raj Verma

    Thanks for your great effort. i am fully satisfied with this course the way you teach and your explanation are very clear ,The content you provide in your course no one can do this at this price.

  3. Sachin Gupta

    I really didn’t want to leave a low rating as Angela is a great teacher. The 1st half of this course was terrific. The 2nd half was terrible. Under the justification of “teaching students how to figure things out on their own”, pretty much all videos and all explanations were dropped. You were just told what to do, given links to documentation and told to figure it out on your own. I understand doing that to some degree, but to revert to that entirely for nearly half the content barely makes this a course. It’s just a list of things for you to learn, then you’re left on your own to learn them. The 2nd half was so bad, especially the data science component, that I didn’t bother finishing the course.

  4. Vincent Beaudet

    Amazing 40 days course.
    Angela is a great teacher.
    The other 60 days are all about web developement, interacting with web pages, on your own with little to no explanations. I did not expect that at all. I wanted to learn more about software and scripting.
    This left me disappointed , confused and i started to doubt myself. Not a fun experience after the amount of effort i’v put in this course.

    Exercices format and explanations for the first 40 days were worth it tho.

  5. Ben K

    Not just an introduction to python, but really helps you learn fundamental aspects of python and coding in general. Some parts may require some knowledge on the subject (data science comes to mind) and there is quite some web development in the course. So, a few areas were not completely to my liking (I would have liked to see it done differently), but this course deserves the 5 stars in my opinion.

  6. Omid Alikhel

    I found the method a bit difficult when a code is written and then changed back to something different, with no enough explanation of how something happened and where it came from or a step by step explanation of why something is happening, i have no doubt in the instructors talent, but we are beginners!

  7. Alica Cverdeľová

    I love this course, Angela explained it very easily and clearly from the beginning, but I loved her 1 minute final videos, which ended later: What a pity.
    BUT I felt a little disappointed now with the project Day 39/40. Where I was maximally lost, I could not come out of where to look for anything and it was poorly explained and the biggest mistake was that there were no videos with explanations, I think it was quite a complicated project where many things were used and no explanation, only the final results. And they carried a few things in the projects before, so I had her project run once and it showed her the mistake as well as me, so in that case you have to leave it at that and what else is a shame. It’s hard to do a project when you don’t see what’s going on there.
    I’m a little worried about the next few weeks, and I hope it won’t be a waste of time.

  8. Szymon Kozak

    I think that the course tutor is really good in giving right information to learn at the right time. Thanks to this fact, my understanding of coding in python after 29 days of learning is above my expectations.

  9. Begoña Ruiz Diaz

    Ha sido la mejor elección que podría haber hecho.

  10. Vaibhav Sachdeva

    I want to thank Angela for making such an amazing course. It really helped me explore more things with python.

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