Are your web conversion rates low? Do you know whether your web site is effective at meeting your goals? Do users get "stuck" and aren't able to complete the tasks they want to? Are your forms effective? How can your mobile app be improved?
It's becoming easier and easier to create web sites and mobile apps-- But harder and harder to measure the effectiveness of these applications. In Joe Natoli's well-designed course User Experience Design Fundamentals you'll learn how to create effective web sites, mobile sites and mobile applications that encourage conversions
and leave users wanting more.
It's not enough to simply have a web presence -- you must have a web presence that's effective to be successful. In this dynamic course Joe will guide you through the critical elements of user experience -- strategy, scope, structure, skeleton and surface. As you learn you'll be able to apply the knowledge Joe teaches in dynamic lab exercises-- and later to your own work as a developer or designer.
If you're a designer moving into a more complex digital world or a developer who has to occasionally function as a designer as well, this course is for you. You'll feel more confident as you make design related decisions about layout, color, information, design and typography after completing this exciting course.
This video will explain why UXD is imperative and how it can greatly affect how others perceive your project
This first video of chapter 2 will explain how you can gear your website and/or app towards the group of people you are targeting. By using simple methods, you can ensure that your project will be a success.
Joe will cover what's important in interaction design. He will go over 5 principles to enhance your users' experience and how they interact with your website and/ or app. He will also go over various other key points in interaction design.
Instructor Joe challenges you to look at how information is accessed across different platforms. In this lab, you will learn how different forms of media have different layouts and ways of delivering information.
Interface design includes predictability, simplicity, and intuitiveness. This video will demonstrate how to properly execute your interface design.
Alignment, proximity, repetition and contract will be explained in this video and how they are pertinent to the surface element.
This video will show you how to choose your tools and techniques, along with how certain strategies work to your (and your user's) advantage.
Instructor Joe will tell you about why you need to gather feedback from your users and will also show you some great software that will assist you in conducting your testing.
Joe Natoli has been preaching and practicing the gospel of User Experience (UX) to Fortune 100, 500 and Government organizations for nearly three decades. That work includes commercial industry leaders like Broadridge, Condé Nast, Johns Hopkins, Mettler-Toledo, PHH Arval, SC Johnson and Wolters Kluwer, as well as government agencies like NSF/NCSES, NIH and the Dept. of Homeland Security.
Joe devotes half of his practice to writing, coaching, and speaking. From guiding students at the beginning of their careers to integrating UX into the work of seasoned veteran developers and designers, he is immensely passionate about the inherent power of UX and design.
The remaining half of Joe’s practice is dedicated to training Enterprise Design and Development teams, helping them integrate best practices in UX into their product development efforts. In addition, he does a limited number of UX Audit engagements to help organizations identify and overcome UX-related obstacles to product adoption.
Joe has been speaking publicly on the topics of User Experience (UX) and Design for 24 years, from global conferences like DevWeek, ISA and QCon to regional events like PechaKucha. He also makes it a point to spend time talking to students across the country at colleges and universities, in an effort to give back what others have so generously given him.
Joe has launched two successful online courses with Udemy, with more than 44,000 students enrolled to date. His new book on UX Strategy and Product Improvement, Think First, was published worldwide on October 5, 2015.
In addition, he has written numerous articles about the roles Design and UX play in business success for publications such as Fast Company, SmartCEO, The AIGA Journal, The Baltimore Business Journal and Business Monthly. His articles, advice and videos can be seen at his website, as well as on Facebook and YouTube.