5. Content Strategy
Introduction to Workshop03:48 2
What is UX?11:42 3
Why is UX Important?11:37 4
User Research09:14 5
Content Strategy20:48 6
Interaction Design08:23 7
Visual Design13:26 8
You might have heard this phrase, content is king. And I mean that is true, even though it's kind of a weird phrase, cause the most important part of any website or app is it's content, right? But before we can, talk about content strategies, we first have to get a common definition of what content is. So content can be, I know these first two are obvious, right it can be written information like articles, books, social media posts, it can be photo or video, but it can also be things like your weather ticker, your flight alerts, your stock ticker, someone had to think about how those are going to display. The words on a UI, right. Someone had to, for example, in this example with a major shipping company, who's logo I also had to take out for legal reasons, you know up here in the navigation it says ship. Why doesn't it say send, or packages? Right someone had to think that ship is the best way to phrase that. Language selector, someone had to pick this image out, someone had to produc...
Ratings and Reviews
One of the best "Intro to UX" classes I've ever taken. I love how Jamal makes it pretty easy to understand — even for those with no background in design whatsoever. It’s a good starting point for folks who are interested in learning about UX but might be frightened by all the buzzwords and technical terms. So this class is totally recommended, as well as his Interaction Design class. Thank you so much, Jamal, and hope we could learn more from you in the future classes!
This is a great class that is easy to understand and digest. Jamal is witty, personable, and uses amazing analogies to connect the viewer to the process of UX design and its fundamental principles. I'm confident that more classes with Jamal would excelerate anyone's understanding in the field. *****
Great into class to UX! Turns out my obsession with detail makes me right for a job in the industry (which is a good thing, because that's kind of what I already do :)