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User Experience (UX) Design

User Experience (UX) Design

College
Chelsea College of Arts
Taught by
Patricia Aguglia, Peter Koraca

Description


User Experience (UX) Design will teach you the essentials of app design and address the importance of User Experience (UX) within web based design.

Look into what user experience design is, how it can help you create a more user friendly website/mobile app, desktop application or an interactive installation. Combine theory with practice and receive support on your journey from an app idea all the way through to app design.

You will receive feedback, critique and helpful tips on how to iterate your design ideas, design wireframes, build and test prototypes and finally, refine and polish your design. You will also consider design documentation and the preparation of assets for developers so that you get familiar with the professional UX processes.

The tools you will be using will allow you to design, draw and add interactions. You can choose from a number of tools and apps available, which your tutor will discuss in the first lecture; these may include: Adobe Illustrator, Sketch and InvisionApp.

Topics Covered

  • Design principles and patterns
  • Information architecture and content design
  • Case studies
  • Human-machine interaction guidelines
  • Wireframe design
  • Prototypes, testing and iterations
  • Introduction to cloud computing and open source technologies

Course Outcomes
By the end of the course, you will have a greater confidence and understanding of the benefits of UX. You will have built an app prototype and begun to test, refine and share this.

Who Should Attend
Ideal for design students or graphic design practitioners with a keen interest in new media and digital design. Some knowledge of Adobe Illustrator or Bohemiancoding Sketch is recommended.

Level
Beginner/Intermediate

Customised Training
We also offer bespoke photography courses for groups, individuals and businesses. To find out more, visit our Customised Training page or view One-on-one Training: Experience Design: Digital and Physical case study.

Tutor Description


Patricia Aguglia is an User Experience Manager at MoneySuperMarket group and is currently working with a new product app proposition. She has a background in Advertising, digital channels, and innovation, and loves to work with different technologies. She also has experience in transforming complex business needs into exceptional digital products/services for over 10 years. Before working at MoneySuperMarket she has worked for Mirum Agency, part of the biggest advertising group in the world, WPP. There she did projects for big companies, from websites and apps to VR experiences. Previous to that she has worked for Telefonica Brazil for 5 years, where she developed open innovation projects,  always looking at the market and consumer for insights, establishing partnerships with other companies to create innovative products and services with a focus on IoT (Internet of things) and SmartCities.
 
She is part of the Hexagon group in London, that connects women in the design industry with a focus on mentorship.
 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/patriciaaguglia/
 
https://www.patriciaaguglia.com
 
Presentation TEDx London: https://youtu.be/rPd9n91Fds4

Peter Koraca is a digital designer and creative coder working at the crossover between art and design. He has been involved in projects ranging from digital maps and wayfinding strategies for London Heathrow Airport to interactive art pieces like ‘Thinking’ at Kunsthalen Charlotenborg in Copenhagen. Currently Peter heads the UX/UI design team at Deutsche Teleokm UK and in his spare time works on open source projects for schools like the data visualisation web-app ‘Tallis Habits’ for Thomas Tallis school in South London (a web-app that allows children to report and play with their learning habits). Peter is obsessed with simplicity on all levels. He believes in prototyping from the start and design centred around the user. Peter thinks products should fulfil a specific function and surprise and delight their users. Only when all these things are present, often unnoticed, can the real beauty emerge.
http://www.peterkoraca.com/blog3/




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