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The design of your website has implications for what your users can do. In the end, it can influence whether a user buys your product. Learn six basic UX design strategies that can help amplify your website’s message. After this class, you’ll be able to think about a range of design issues - from readability and contrast to the layout of your forms.
This course will give you six actionable ways to improve your website design from improving your site's navigation to optimizing key elements like buttons and input forms.
Your instructor is Julie, an independent User Experience Consultant for digital agencies, startups and technology companies. She helps companies better understand and serve their audiences through design research and a unique interdisciplinary background in politics, business and mathematics.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
What is UX?Preview
|Section 2: Homepage #2|
Beyond the HomepagePreview
|Section 3: Navigation|
|Section 4: User Behavior|
|Section 5: Readability|
Readability and Contrast
|Section 6: Input Form|
|Section 7: 404 Pages|
|Section 8: Conclusion|
GENERAL ASSEMBLY IS A GLOBAL NETWORK OF CAMPUSES FOR TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS, AND DESIGN.
At General Assembly, we offer a new model for learning these skills, one that features emerging content taught by top practitioners with real-world experience. Our global network of campuses not only brings people together – it takes advantage of a new kind of learning-by-doing. Through our curriculum, entrepreneurs receive a pragmatic and multi-disciplinary education at the intersection of technology, design, and business. By connecting entrepreneurs, expert instructors, and motivated thinkers, we're cultivating a multi-faceted community of like-minded individuals united by common goals, shared experiences, and the occasional dance party.