About User Experience Coding
It doesn’t matter if you write the most elegant, efficient, and perfect line of code if the user experience is poor. As one of the most crucial functions of a website or piece of software, a poor user experience leads to a bad product. Coding for user experience means understanding and thinking about the end user of your code.
What you can do with user experience coding…
UNDERSTAND USER EXPERIENCES
COURSE LENGTH: 4 HOURS
This 4-hour user experience coding course is for anyone interested in creating and developing technology driving products. You’ll gain insightful information about the role of user experience research in product design. You’ll also have a chance to alternate between research and user as you try different research techniques with your classmates.
What you'll learn in this User Experience Coding course.By taking this course, you’ll learn:
- The value of user experience research
- How to conduct research that yields useful results
- Research techniques such as observation, interviewing, card sorting, and affinity diagrams
- The role of statistics in presenting and interpreting the research data for your product
- How to be a professional user experience researcher
RequirementsSkills: A general understanding of how software and websites are developed is helpful, though no technical knowledge is required.
If you have a Windows laptop, here is what you will need to be successful:
- At least 4 gigs of RAM
- At least 250 gig of hard drive space
- Intel i5 or greater/ AMD a10-7800 or greater
- Windows Version 10 or newer
- You will also want to clean-off unneeded files and defragment your hard drives before class to maximize your laptop performance during class.
If you have a Mac computer, here is what you will need to be successful:
- 2011 MacBooks or newer
- At least 80 gig hard drive of space
- Latest MacOSx
- You will also want to clean-off unneeded files before class to maximize your laptop performance during class.