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UX Design for Mobile Developers

Google via Udacity

Overview

This course is optimized for the developer who is looking to efficiently learn the most important design techniques that will help them make better apps (with a focus on mobile/Android).

This is a UX design course built for current (and aspiring) mobile developers. In this short course, you'll step back from your IDE and dive into the techniques that great designers use to plan and prototype amazing apps before any code is written.

Syllabus

  • What is User Experience?
    • UI vs UX.,High level planning.,Low-fi wireframing and prototyping.
  • User-Centered Design
    • The perils of ignoring your user.,How to create effective personas and use cases.,Low cost user research.
  • Designing for Mobile Constraints
    • The 5 big constraints: limited data, finite battery, hand-held usage, divided user attention, and small screens.,The implications of these constraints and what happens when you get them wrong.,Advanced wireframing.
  • Designing for Android Delight
    • Android sensors.,The importance of contextual apps.,Android APIs (Google Play Services).

Taught by

Nazmul Idris, Izabel Grey and Andy Brown

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Reviews

4.5 rating, based on 4 reviews

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  • Aayush Goyal completed this course, spending 1 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be easy.

    The course content is concise and great for the beginners and as an Android Developer I found the course to be very helpful as it changed my thinking so that from now on I can create great UX for great end-user apps. The course seriously deserves 5 stars.
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous completed this course.

    Excelent content for the beginners and very well explained in short videos that grab your attention easily along the course.
  • Anderson Tan completed this course.

  • Nithin completed this course, spending 1 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be easy.

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