UX Design - Developing User Experience: Design a User Flow!

Martina Sartor, UX/UI Designer and Design Mentor

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23 Lessons (1h 22m)
    • 1. Intro - Welcome to the Class

      1:23
    • 2. Class Project

      0:31
    • 3. The User Flow in the UX Process

      1:10
    • 4. User Journey vs User Flow

      0:40
    • 5. User Journey vs User Flow - An Example

      1:37
    • 6. Analyse Your Data

      1:24
    • 7. Analyse Your Data Example - User Journey

      0:55
    • 8. Analyse Your Data Example - Web Map

      1:15
    • 9. Analyse Your Data Example - List of Pages

      0:24
    • 10. Analyse Your Data Example - No data

      1:31
    • 11. Consider All Users

      0:59
    • 12. Consider All Users - An Example

      1:44
    • 13. Consider the Product Goal

      1:17
    • 14. Consider the Product Goal - An Example

      3:24
    • 15. Software Choice

      0:54
    • 16. Design a User Flow - Getting Started

      0:57
    • 17. Design a User Flow - Identify the Nodes of the Flow

      4:25
    • 18. Design a User Flow - Create and Style the Nodes

      4:59
    • 19. Design a User Flow - Link the Nodes

      9:58
    • 20. Design a User Flow - Define a Navigation Area

      8:01
    • 21. Design a User Flow - Create a Key

      7:55
    • 22. Design a User Flow - Complete the Flow

      14:04
    • 23. Create Interactions - Link the Key

      12:30

About This Class

This class will teach you how to design a great user flow document from start to finish. The benefits of a good designed user flow are many. It will help to better plan the user experience and wireframe design; It is a great support for the designers that will have to produce the UI and it is also a great tool to be available for the developers which will have to code the final app or website.

Good user flows are also a great added value for the client which will be able to see their content organized more clearly.

For this course you will need to have basic knowledge of design software such as Sketch, Illustrator or any other vector design software you have available.

In this course I will also cover the difference between user journey and user flow and where the user flow sits in the user experience design process.