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User Experience (UX) Design

Batch Price From £100 (approx. $128 USD) View Dates & Prices User Experience (UX) Design Training Course
Total Duration: 5 Hours
Course level: Beginner
Delivery Method: Instructor Led Classroom Training
Certification: Certificate of Completion will be provided after completing the course

Course Overview

The UX design course will give you an introduction to cutting edge technologies used in web development using the standards that work and prepare you to apply the best practices in content layout and teach you how to enhance the user's experience.


You should have basic experience using computers and web browsers. This includes:

  • able to use keyboard and mouse
  • know how to create, save, move and rename files

Training Method & Price

We are providing this course through one to one training. The cost of this 5 hours 1-2-1 training course is £175 plus VAT.

We also provide this course to a group of delegates onsite and offsite. Please contact us for a quote.

Course Dates, Prices & Enrolment

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Course Content

  1. Fundamentals of UX Design
    • What is UX Design?
    • Gathering Requirements
    • Who's this Product for?
    • Understanding how people browse the web
    • It's all about information
    • Each Page on your Site Should Deliver
    • What causes people to leave sites?
    • Simple design
    • Consistent Design
    • Standard Design
    • Elements of navigation
    • 5 Second rule
  2. Content has structure
    • Structure your content
    • Secondary Menu Structures
    • Understanding menus
    • Vertical vs. Horizontal
    • Badly coded menus
    • Reviewing some menu myths
    • Working with site maps
    • Adding search to your site
    • Helping People Find their Search
    • Understanding links
    • Including a Related Links Section
    • Including Breadcrumbs
    • Understanding Fitts's Law
  3. Site Layout
    • People can begin from any page on your site
    • Using Descriptive Text for Elements
    • Displaying your site's 'Tagline'
    • Placing Descriptive Text
    • Signpost your users
    • Using your homepage as a site summary
    • Creating fresh content
    • Creating progressive navigation
    • Comparing Categories
    • Linking to detail pages
    • Creating landing pages from ad campaigns
    • Reading on the web
    • Formatting the Text on your site
    • Writing descriptive text
    • Using images to set context
    • Have a call to action
    • Including Forms on your Site
  4. Including the elements on your site
    • Deciding Between Media Components
    • Does it enhance the experience?
    • Using graphics for explanation, not decoration
    • Including Interactive Content
    • Laying out your page for media
    • Balancing Adding Adverts on your site
    • Adding graphical ads and text ads
  5. UX design tools
    • Wireframing and Prototyping tools
    • User Research and Testing Tools
    • Tools for Organizing Information
    • Analytics and Metrics tools
    • Tools for Daily Tasks

Participant Reviews

"I learnt the principles of UX and understood where I could expand on this knowledge after. Facilities are all very good. Spacing etc is appropriate for the number of students."

Aisha Manjoo, 23/02/2016

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