UX certification training in Boston USA for CPUX (UXQB) on March 23 2020

UX Certification training class for UXQB CPUX exam

Mon, Mar 23 2020 to
Tue, Mar 24 2020
9:30 a.m.
American Graphics Institute
AGI Training Boston
American Graphics Institute AGI Training Boston
120 Presidential Way
Woburn MA 01801

2019-10-31 14:32:08 $995.00

This UX training course prepares participants for the internationally recognized CPUX-F UX Certification exam, it also provides an understanding of the process and skills necessary to lead projects through the phases of the design process, allowing participants to determine the most appropriate methods to create successful projects, whether websites, apps, or objects requiring human input. The course provides both discrete skills as well as processes and concepts that allow groups to work more effectively as a team through the design process. The UX Certification course includes concepts, labs, exercises and projects to help you adopt and understand the human-centered design process as well as provide preparation for the UXQB certification exam: CPUX-F. Human Centered Design Process concepts and processes are core components of the course, and participants learn how the process works within other design frameworks.

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UX Course Outline for UX Certification Training

The UX Certification training helps participants to design and deliver better products. Additionally, the user experience training helps participants work more effectively as a team through established process, guidelines, and principles which deliver more effective products. The course also provides preparation training for the UXQB-F test, which is the internationally recognized UX certification exam.

Lesson 1: Overview of the human-centered design process

  • Integration with Agile development and Lean UX processes

Lesson 2: Understanding core UX concepts

  • Usability
  • Goals
  • User Experience
  • Accessibility
  • User Interface
  • Dialogue
  • Interactive systems

Lesson 3: UX Planning: Understanding and describing the context of use

  • User groups
  • Goals
  • Tasks
  • Resources
  • Environments

Lesson 4: Analyzing context of use

  • Contextual interview
  • Observations
  • Focus groups

Lesson 5: Understanding UX dialogue & user interface guidelines

  • Core UX design principles
  • Dialogue Guidelines
  • Affordance and mental models
  • Design patterns
  • Design systems
  • Affordance
  • Comparing Dialogue Principles, Heuristic, and UI guidelines
  • User interface guidelines
  • Working with Style guidelines

Lesson 6: Specifying use and communicating findings

  • Context of use description
  • User group profiles
  • Personas
  • Wireframes
  • Journey maps
  • Information architecture
  • Card Sorting
  • Storyboards
  • Prototyping
  • Scenarios
  • Use cases

Lesson 7: Specifying requirements & documentation

  • User Needs
  • User requirements

Lesson 8: Testing design solutions

  • Evaluating design against user requirements
  • Usability testing
  • Interviews
  • Heuristic evaluations
  • User surveys
  • Usability findings

Lesson 9: Product Delivery

  • Defining acceptance criteria
  • Ongoing UX Process