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User Experience Design with Adobe XD
So you want to become a designer?
Today, we call them user experience designers (UXD), user interface (UI) designers, or just plain web and mobile designers. Whatever title you're after, this in this course youvll master the User Experience Design Process while learning Adobe XD.
You'll join master designer and instructor Odin Fors, who will guide you through the design process and the software that makes user experience design happen, Adobe XD.
You'll watch Odin';s video lectures and learn all of the critical skills you need to get started in UXD. With a great level of precision, you learn the in's and out's of how professional user experience designers, use Adobe XD to create digital products like websites, or mobile applications.
But you certainly won't just be watching!
Mastery comes from doing. And Odin's exercises are designed to immerse you in the world of Adobe XD and design. Each video lecture is paired with a lab exercise to reinforce and master the skills taught in the video. With each lab, you'll be building on to a pro-level design project as Odin provides mentorship.
Rest assured, you won't be covering Adobe XD at just a surface level, but, developing true expertise and mastery as you go through new and advanced XD skills like microinteractions and production workflows.
When you complete this course, you'll be able to work as a User Experience or User Interface Designer and create the digital products of tomorrow.
Digital design is a field with a great future. Your future starts here with Odin Fors'; User Experience Design with Adobe XD- Learn UI and UXD.
Outline Learning Objective:
- Demonstrate Fundamentals of User Experience Design from Wireframing to Prototyping, to Delivery
- Use Adobe XD as a tool for User Experienced Design
- Create Interactive Prototypes with animation, and transitions as well as interaction
- Collaborate with other designers and developers using Adobe XD
- Finalize your designs for delivery of a pixel-perfect prototype