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UX training in Wireframes and Visual Design

Wireframing:  How to Create and Test Wireframes and Prototypes

Thu, December 6, 2018
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
701 Carnegie Center - MPR C

Bridging the gap from user research to web or application design is the most challenging process for many designers. Getting from ideation to wireframes and prototypes is the focus of this class which will introduce you to design principles

  • Understanding interaction design
  • User-centered thinking
  • Types of wireframes
  • Frameworks for design decision-making
  • Design systems

Visual Design and Why it Matters for UX

Wed, Dec 12, 2018
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
701 Carnegie Center - MPR C

Visual design — the use of layout, color, images, and typography — may be the most important element that attracts people to a website or application. Beyond just aesthetics, it also affects accessibility, readability, and usability. Visual design has its roots in graphic design applied to UX, and can help an organization establish credibility with its audience and points of differentiation among competitors. 

In this class, we will look at elements and principles of visual design. Topics include: the use of color and typography, layout and page organization, and how a “design language” can be used to establish a consistent, overarching style for a website or application.

 

UXO training classes are free and open to all members of the University community.
To reserve a seat in either of these classes, register online at the Employee Learn Center