An introduction to the theories,
principles and psychology
underpinning user experience.
Simple and powerful techniques
to give you a deep understanding
of your users
How to synthesise your research
data into actionable insights
and design goals.
Turning insight into designs.
From high-level flows to detailed
How to build simple clickable
prototypes and test them
A signed Certificate in User Experience
from the team at uxtraining.com
UX is a broad field, covering psychology, research, analysis, design and prototyping. You’ll dive deeply into each topic, immersing yourself in the key skills and concepts. You’ll surface briefly (for coffee) before diving again... and again...
We believe in learn-by-doing. So you won’t be sitting through a two-day lecture. You’ll be on your feet, working in teams, getting hands-on practical experience. Because we know that people learn best when they get a chance to do it themselves.
We believe strongly in collaborative design: teamwork produces the best work. You won't be working solo. You'll collaborate with your teammates on a genuine case study, to solve real design problems for a real company.
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Learn the key concepts and core techniques of user experience design. Build your skills in desktop, web and mobile. Fast-paced, interactive and fun. Course details.
Gareth’s wealth of commercial experience includes MD roles at both iON and Tibus, advising blue-chip clients across Europe on internet strategy. He established the dedicated user experience agency Fathom in September 2011, which focuses on UX strategy and research. A highly engaging presenter, Gareth's insights can be found in his regular columns for Silicon Republic, the Irish Independent, and Business Eye.
Colman Walsh first started working as a UX designer in San Francisco in 1999. Since then he has worked with blue-chip clients in New York, London and now Dublin.