Move from Graphic Designer to UX DESIGNER

Daniel Scott, Adobe Certified Trainer & UI/UX Expert

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28 Videos (2h 25m)
    • 01 Intro - Becoming a UX designer

      1:27
    • 02 5 Phases for the UX designer

      4:38
    • 03 UX can be broken into 3 fields

      4:35
    • 04 UI vs UX

      1:52
    • 05 How much can I get paid as a UX designer

      5:16
    • 06 How to get your first UX project

      4:16
    • 07 Setting your objectives goals

      1:57
    • 08 UX Research introduction

      1:37
    • 09 Competitor UX research

      1:19
    • 10 UX Personas or user profiles

      16:20
    • 11 Group exercise Creating Personas

      6:41
    • 12 UX feature list

      6:37
    • 13 Group exercise Pairwise comparison

      5:31
    • 14 UX card sorts Open & Closed

      6:57
    • 15 UX wireframing tools

      7:28
    • 16 Should you test your wireframes

      1:03
    • 17 Moodboards Inspiration

      5:46
    • 18 Tips for building amazing UI UX designs

      10:12
    • 19 What tools can I use to build my UX mockup

      1:32
    • 20 User testing tools InVision

      8:34
    • 21 Finding users for your UX testing

      9:09
    • 22 Methods you can use to do a UX test

      10:17
    • 23 More detailed UX testing Ethnographic Eye tracking Expert review Diary Studies

      3:59
    • 24 How many people do I need for my UX test

      1:16
    • 25 What type of UX reporting will your be expected to do

      4:20
    • 27 How should it actual be built

      1:34
    • 28 Post project testing A B testing search bars & live chat

      8:11
    • 29 How stay current in UX

      2:07
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About This Class

What are the requirements?

  • No previous UX understanding is necessary.

  • While a basic understanding of design will be needed to become a UX Designer you don’t need any of these skills to complete this course.

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What am I going to get from this course?

  • You’ll learn what the relevant tools are for UX Designers. 


  • You’ll find out how much a UX designer can earn.

  • You’ll learn how to research a UX project. 


  • You’ll learn the difference between UI & UX. 


  • You’ll learn what the responsibilities of a UX designer are. 


  • You’ll be able to run your first user testing sessions. 


  • You’ll know how to run competitor research. 


  • You’ll learn how to build user profiles & personas. 


  • You’ll learn how to create wireframes.


  • You’ll learn how to use InVision building mockups. 


  • You’ll learn how to report your user testing results. 


  • You’ll know how to run A/B testing.

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What is the target audience?

  • This course is for anyone interested in becoming a UX Designer.

  • This course is especially beneficial to people who already have Graphic or Web Design skills.

  • This course is for designers who want to earn double as a senior UX designer. 


278 of 287 students recommendSee All

It was okay. I felt like it was very generic in nature though, it didn't really get into talking about how UX differs from Graphic Design as many of these steps here you do as a Graphic Designer as well, along with a lot of what I felt like was self-promotion on selling more courses off the site. Most of these basic things are taught in school now as part of graphic design courses, but non-the-less good for someone who is interested in knowing more about it.
Dan is the best!
Nice job, I wish you went into a little more execution on wireframe to prototypes but overal I think you did great.

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Daniel Scott

Adobe Certified Trainer & UI/UX Expert

I'm a Digital Designer & teacher at BYOL international. Sharing is who I am, and teaching is where I am at my best, because I've been on both sides of that equation, and getting to deliver useful training is my meaningful way to be a part of the creative community.

I've spent a long time watching others learn, and teach, to refine how I work with you to be efficient, useful and, most importantly, memorable. I want you to carry what I've shown you into a bright future.

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