Introduction to User Experience (UX)
Tuesday, September 3rd from 7:00 - 8:30pm
Chrissie Brodigan, Design Researcher, GitHub, ex-Mozilla IA/UX
If a user can't complete a task or finds something simple difficult, you've probably lost that user. Great UX design attracts users and creates delight. What if your app makes a user smile? Well, that's great user design.
The class will begin with an overview of user experience principles. Then we will see how to find and fix broken flows, learn tricks that make users smile, and compare approaches to mobile and web apps.
Level & Prerequisites:
This is a beginner class perfect for engineers who work on user flows, visual designers who want improve usability, marketers tasked with acquisition and funnel tracking, and co-founders who do it all.
Required class materials / software:
Chrissie Brodigan has been designing for users for over 10 years. As a Design Researcher for GitHub, Chrissie helps solve for user growth. She works on site optimization, mobile and desktop conversion channels, user segmentation, content strategy, and A/B tests everything except her coffee. Previously, she led information architecture and experience design for Mozilla and Firefox websites. Find her on Twitter as @tenaciouscb.
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