UX Design for Non-Designers: Sketching and Wireframing

By ·Lead User Experience Designer

With the shortage of user experience designers these days sometimes you’re left with having to create the user experience yourself. If that’s you, then this class is for you and for others that want to learn the tools and steps you need to take in order to craft a good user experience.

In this class we'll do a project together so you can gain hands-on experience and know what it's like to be a ux designer.

After you’ve taken this class you will be able to:

  • Create simple user flows 
  • Sketch out your ideas
  • Create clickable wireframes/prototypes     

Highly recommended (not required) before taking this class: UX Design for Non-Designers.

Materials to bring: Your laptop

Schedule
  • User flows, Sketching and Wireframing

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    Oct
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    Thu, October 11th, 2012

    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm PDT

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Lead User Experience Designer

I have been a ux designer for over a decade and have designed the user experience for many large consumer-facing sites such as Williams-Sonoma, Ancestry.com and Hotwire.com. I have also worked on a handful of small startups. This class is the core of what I do on a daily basis and can give some great insights on what works and what doesn't. I take a pragmatic approach to UX design and truly believe that anyone, given the right tools and techniques, can create a great user experience for their product.

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