UX for non-designers: 10 easy ways to improve the usability of your website/app

Sofia Michili, UX l CX l Product Management | Agile

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13 Lessons (23m)
    • 1. Welcome to the class

      1:34
    • 2. Principle 1 - Visibility of system status

      2:01
    • 3. Principle 2 - Match between the system and the real world

      2:23
    • 4. Principle 3 User control and freedom

      2:11
    • 5. Principle 4 - Consistency and standards

      2:11
    • 6. Principle 5 - Error prevention

      1:48
    • 7. Principle 6 - Recognition rather than recall

      2:08
    • 8. Principle 7 - Flexibility and efficiency of use

      1:30
    • 9. Principle 8 - Aesthetic and minimalist design

      1:02
    • 10. Principle 9 - Error recovery

      2:56
    • 11. Principle 10 - Help and documentation

      1:39
    • 12. Class project

      1:22
    • 13. Conclusion

      0:39

About This Class

Do you want to evaluate user interfaces just by looking at them? Are you someone without a design background but still want to create great digital products that are easy to use? This class is going to teach you exactly how you can do this, with an easy and objective way.

We are going to learn 10 must-know UX principles, or guidelines, which you can use as your guide everytime you design user interfaces, or when you want to improve existing ones. These principles are based on studies and work EVERY SINGLE TIME. Anyone can use these principles, even if you are not a designer.

In less that 30 minutes you will be able to learn what makes interfaces good and easy to use, with easy examples, and you will be able to apply your knowledge to improve your own website or app.

Let's get started! :)

List with all usability heuristics: Nielsen Norman Group's 10 usability heuristics

More UX Principles with examples: https://lawsofux.com/