Further to my previous post “What is UX? What are UX Research and Design?“, here are some notes about the second part of the MOOC “Introduction to User Experience” featured by the edX platform. This post introduces some methods of UX Research, like User testing and Micro-usability test. There is also a quiz with 10 questions to assess your knowledge about this topic.
Continue reading Methods of UX Research – Overview
Because I used to attend some MOOCs for several years now, like ‘Learn HTML5 from W3C‘ or ‘Development with Android‘, and also because I have a strong interest in User Experience, I would not have missed this ‘Introduction to User Experience‘ featured by the great edX platform.
You will find my notes through three blog posts; here is the first part: What is UX? What are UX Research and Design?
There is also a link to a 9-questions quiz at the end of the post.
Continue reading What is UX? What are UX Research and Design?
Here is the start of several posts where I write down some notes from the free online course ‘User Experience for the Web‘ (WebUX) provided by the @Open2Study platform.
This first post is short and gives elements of the course introduction.
Global summary – What will I learn?
Continue reading Online course ‘User Experience for the Web’ – introduction
This week I provide only four links, however your appetite to learn should be fully satiated… At least for the quality of the content, and also for the quantity of knowledge. And more important, for all opportunities it gives: think about personal projects, career move or improvement, …
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #30: HTML, CSS and UX
This weekly bunch of digital resources is quite eclectic. The awesome hongkiat.com website provides four UX methods to enhance Persuasive Design, and 12 free, beautiful and usable WordPress themes, which is still useful for many of us.
And for more analysis and reading, I share blog posts about Social Media and EdTech. First, slate.com gives some clues regarding how the Facebook Feed is implemented and, more important, who are its stakeholders. Second, @Rachelle Dene Poth writes about some tips and tools she uses to get connected with her students in a fluent way.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #17: UX, WordPress, Facebook Feed
High detailed guidelines on how to design the perfect single page website
- Intuitive to use
- Faster and easier to maintain
- It forces to simplify
- Better SEO potential
- Easier to organize
- It reduces bandwidth
- Easier to fit with mobile devices thanks to simple responsive design
+ some resources and templates to design single page sites
Thanks to Cameron Chapman