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Learning Path: Intermediate UX Design

Video Description

You want to create rich, interactive experiences that your users will find irresistible. To achieve this, you have to learn to anticipate your users' wants and needs so you can design for their subconscious actions, reactions, and emotions. In this Learning Path, you'll discover how to use speed, animation, empathy, Calm Technology, and other techniques to delight your users and keep them coming back for more.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction 00:15:40
  2. Design + Performance 00:11:06
  3. Measuring Performance 00:27:13
  4. Standard Performance Metrics 00:25:23
  5. UX Metrics 00:06:28
  6. Custom Metrics 00:14:20
  7. Hero Image Design Pattern 00:08:56
  8. Wrap up 00:03:15
  9. Introduction
    1. What To Expect And About The Author 00:06:27
  10. Utilizing UI Animation
    1. Entry And Exit 00:04:15
    2. State Change 00:02:52
    3. Context Change 00:03:16
    4. Spatial Relationships 00:05:57
    5. Delighting Users 00:08:11
    6. Thinking In Animation 00:09:20
    7. User Onboarding 00:07:26
  11. Fundamentals Of UI Animation
    1. Motion Design Principles 00:03:56
    2. Basics Of Animation 00:04:01
    3. Learning From Others 00:03:13
    4. Extended Metaphors 00:04:38
    5. Timing Functions 00:04:38
    6. Performance - Part 1 00:11:16
    7. Performance - Part 2 00:06:30
  12. Creating Animations
    1. Storyboarding 00:05:20
    2. Problem Solving With Animation 00:08:57
    3. Implementing Animation 00:14:28
  13. Conclusion
    1. Wrap Up 00:13:35
  14. About this Course
    1. Introduction and Course Overview 00:01:55
    2. About the Author 00:01:05
  15. Types of Empathy
    1. Empathy for Context 00:09:08
    2. Empathy for Cognitive Abilities 00:07:57
    3. Empathy for Physical Abilities 00:06:47
    4. Empathy for Behavior 00:04:44
  16. Building Empathy
    1. Crafting Your Initial User Definition 00:06:10
    2. Planning User Research Studies 00:06:31
    3. Recruiting Participants 00:04:35
    4. Interviews 00:06:01
    5. Contextual Inquiry 00:06:22
    6. Ethnography 00:06:07
  17. Communicating Empathy
    1. Personas 00:04:05
    2. User Journeys and Customer Experience Maps 00:05:50
    3. UX/CX Strategy Documents 00:05:38
  18. Turning Empathy Into Action
    1. Turning Empathy Into Action 00:31:10
    2. Case Study: HBR.org Account Features 00:07:27
    3. Case Study: Berklee.edu Registration Manual 00:08:59
    4. Case Study: Energy Company 00:13:19
    5. Case Study: Retractable Syringe 00:10:35
  19. Building Empathy Within Your Organization
    1. Design Studios 00:05:24
    2. Design Principles 00:05:33
    3. Design Briefs 00:05:42
    4. Collaborative Usbility Testing 00:09:00
    5. Introduction 00:01:39
    6. The beginnings of Calm Technology 00:06:14
    7. How ubquitious computing will change everything 00:05:10
    8. The coming storm: why technology must be calm 00:03:25
    9. Calm Technology offers a way out 00:05:57
    10. Principles of Calm Technology 00:24:23
    11. Calm Communication Patterns 00:06:09
    12. Status Tone 00:04:44
    13. Status Shout 00:04:45
    14. Haptic Alert 00:03:56
    15. Ambient Awareness 00:03:45
    16. Timed Triggers 00:01:33
    17. Contextual Trigger 00:01:20
    18. Feedback Loop 00:04:20
    19. Calm Communication Patterns Wrap-Up 00:01:16
    20. The World is not a desktop 00:03:38
    21. Calm technology in your Organization 00:03:45
    22. The Future of Calm Technology 00:05:36