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|Introduction To User Experience, UX Roles and How to Be a UX Designer|
|Can I be a UX Designer?||00:03:00|
|Different roles of UX Designers||00:05:00|
|Major parts of every UX Design||00:05:00|
|What is Human Centered Design (HCD)?||00:03:00|
|What is Agile UX? (Student Request Headshot Video)||00:05:00|
|Double Diamond Model of Design by Don Norman||00:05:00|
|Using Root Cause Analysis in UX Design||00:02:00|
|Seven Stages of Action by Don Norman||00:05:00|
|5 second Usability test||00:02:00|
|What are Affordances, anti-affordances and Signifiers?||00:06:00|
|Human Centered Design, Double Diamond Model Of Design And Root cause Analysis|
|Examples of Affordances and Signifiers||00:05:00|
|Affordances & Signifiers explained → Headshot Video||00:04:00|
|What is Mapping and Natural Mapping?||00:09:00|
|Conceptual and Mental Models in UX||00:06:00|
|Working memory and our attention span||00:05:00|
|Examples of Working Memory and attention||00:07:00|
|Recognition rather than recall||00:04:00|
|Examples of Recognition rather than recall||00:04:00|
|How User Expectations actually work?||00:04:00|
|User Expectations example → Headshot Video||00:02:00|
|Examples of User Expectations||00:07:00|
|Limits of Peripheral Vision||00:05:00|
|Examples of limited Peripheral Vision||00:06:00|
|What is Context of Use in User Experience?||00:04:00|
|Explanation of Context of use → Headshot Video||00:01:00|
|Why Stakeholders are as important as Users?||00:04:00|
|What is Information Architecture? (Headshot Video)||00:05:00|
|Examples of Information architecture (Navigation best practices)||00:11:00|
|Human laziness, Decision Paralysis and reading pattern||00:05:00|
|Principles & Behavior Patterns, Decision Making, Scanning Patterns And Change Blindness|
|Human Decision making → How Old and New Brain works?||00:03:00|
|Humans hate change||00:02:00|
|Our Goals and Change Blindness||00:02:00|
|Examples of Human behavior, Decision Paralysis and why we hate change||00:07:00|
|Examples of F & Z reading patterns and why humans don’t like barriers||00:07:00|
|Designing For Humans → How to Design Better Products For Humans|
|Discoverability → Can your users discover your product’s features||00:06:00|
|Learnability → Can your users learn to use your product easily||00:04:00|
|Feedback → Do users know what is happening or just happened?||00:03:00|
|Examples of Visual and Audio Feedback||00:08:00|
|Feedback within the context → Walmart Example||00:02:00|
|Consistency in Design & Function with Examples||00:06:00|
|Constraints and how to use them to improve UX||00:06:00|
|What are Slips & Mistakes and how to avoid them?||00:04:00|
|Designing for errors with Examples||00:04:00|
|User always in control with Examples||00:04:00|
|Using Grouping and Chunking to improve UX||00:06:00|
|Physical & Mental limitations of Humans||00:04:00|
|How Developers Can Improve User Experience?|
|Using Design Patterns → Don’t re-invent the wheel||00:05:00|
|Don’t let users think → Do heavy calculation yourself||00:08:00|
|Why Users always need Speed and when to use Delays?||00:06:00|
|Power of Smart Defaults & Suggestion||00:05:00|
|Guiding and Training Users at every step||00:04:00|
|Reduce number of barriers to entry for Users||00:04:00|
|Use Natural language rather than codes||00:07:00|
|Examples of Natural language or Converstational Forms||00:02:00|
|Timing of notifications and our perception||00:07:00|
|Using Google Analytics to know more about Users||00:04:00|
|Data driven Design and Anticipatory Design with examples||00:03:00|
|Case Study Solution → GPtools App||00:12:00|
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