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Fast and Effective UX Design: Learn the Process

Jose Caballer

Fast and Effective UX Design: Learn the Process

Jose Caballer

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Lessons

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1 Class Introduction Duration:15:08
2 UX Facilitation Overview Duration:07:02
4 The Facilitation Framework Duration:13:40
6 UX Overview Q & A Duration:14:23
8 Alignment Exercise Duration:06:51
9 Creating an Agenda Duration:07:41
12 Defining Awareness Goals Duration:20:40
13 Establishing Efficiency Goals Duration:22:44
14 User Story Introduction Duration:06:00
15 Sketching The User Story Duration:50:16
16 Sketching Page 2 Duration:08:59

Class Description

Short on time? This class is available HERE as a Fast Class, exclusively for Creator Pass subscribers.


AFTER THIS CLASS YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:

  • Create and interpret user profiles
  • Accurately assess business goals and requirements
  • Sketch wireframes for a website and mobile app
  • Facilitate an efficient UX design session with tools that work

ABOUT JOSE’S CLASS:

Navigating the UX design of a digital project can take weeks and even months - in Fast and Effective UX Design: Learn the Process, design veteran Jose Caballer boils it down into just one action-packed session with a real client.

The designer’s role on a team is changing in the start-up age, and navigating competing interests and priorities on a team can be challenging; Jose demonstrates how to facilitate the UX design process with confidence, efficiency, and finesse. In this rare opportunity, watch him lead a live session with a client, moving from goal setting to user profiles to wireframe design with ease. Jose breaks the classroom’s “fourth wall”, pausing to note facilitation techniques in real time, sharing tips and ready-to-use templates.

The UX design process is about facilitating, listening, and translating. In Fast and Effective UX Design: Learn the Process, Jose Caballer shows you how the pros do it, and equips you with what you need to do it yourself.

WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR:

This class is designed for creative professionals new and veteran to the UX design process: start-up entrepreneurs, UX designers, designers transitioning to UX, project managers, and more.

ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:

Jose is the co-founder of The Skool, an education company that teaches designers, agencies and corporations the design of business in the 21st Century. He studied graphic design at Art Center College of Design and was trained in digital “on the streets” of the .COM boom in the 90's. In 2001 he founded The Groop, the digital agency he led for 11 years, working with diverse clients such as Al Gore, Jamie Oliver, Thomas Keller, Alice Waters and corporate clients like Disney, Nike and Myspace.

Today he combines his 19 years of digital experience and his passion for teaching at The Skool. He has trained thousands of professionals through workshops and webinars worldwide.

Reviews

Jonella
 

Love this class and so glad I bought it. I'll be able to refer back to his lessons again and again. His work with an actual client is what really sets this class apart, having provided specifics on how to ask a client a question, how to get them down to what matters most and on and on! Can not express how valuable this will be for me. Thank you Jose and thank you Creative Live!

Karey Covey
 

Great session. Covered a lot of information. Only suggestion for improvement was at the end, just giving a quick overview of the entire process again just to tie it all back together. Awesome info, well articulated, and very inspirational. Thank you!

Gary Harding
 

Have already recommended to a few colleagues. I am web designer, but I see great crossover benefit in strategizing with my web design clients. p.s. I was thinking that a Smart Feed rating could become a standard used by Rotten Tomatoes, Netflix so it would gain more power as being ubiquitous and useful.