UX Certificate Course Bundle (Design Concentration)

All the required and elective courses you need for the UX Certificate, Design Concentration

About this course

Show that you have mastered the skills and knowledge needed to be a user experience professional by taking the full curriculum of courses in our UX Certificate program.

When you purchase the bundle you receive access to the six courses that are required for the UX Certificate. The UX Certificate Exam fee is included in the bundle too. The value of the bundle is $665, so you save $70 and have the convenience of having all the course materials in one place.

You have unlimited access to all the lessons 24 hours a day, for as long as you want or need them, so you can take the courses at your own pace and go back to review any materials any time you want. All of the courses have quizzes, as well as exercises that you can send in for feedback from Dr. Susan Weinschenk.

Click on the Purchase button at the top of this page and get started now.

If you have any questions please email us at: info@theteamw.com.

This bundle includes the following courses:

  • User Experience Fundamentals
  • User Research
  • UX Conceptual Model Design
  • UX Detailed Interaction Design
  • Design For Engagement
  • User Testing

AND the UX Certificate Exam fee.

Who Is The Target Audience For The UX Certificate Bundle?

  • UX Designers, UX Professionals, Product Managers, Web Designers, Business Analysts, Usability Professionals

Over 15,000 students are taking our online courses.

All of our courses have an unconditional 30 day money back guarantee.

User Experience Fundamentals Short Course -- If you design a product that people interact with, then you are designing a user experience. If you want your product to be easy to use, engaging, what people expect, and meet the goals of the organization, then you want to make sure you design an optimal user experience. In this course you will learn the basic principles, processes of good user experience, and what a user experience professional should know and be able to do.

User Research -- When you design a product you make a lot of assumptions. And a major reason that product designs fail is because of these assumptions. The assumptions that will get you into the most trouble are the assumptions you make about your target audience -- who they are, what they want to do, and how they want to do it. In this course you will learn how to create and use personas, scenarios, and task analyses so you are sure you understand your target audience. When you know that, then you can design a successful product.

UX Conceptual Model Design -- Why are some websites, software, apps, and devices easy to use and others are not? Why do users like some products and reject others? Designers of products that are easy to use know the secret -- They design a conceptual model of the product that matches the target audience's mental model of how it should work. In this course you will learn the secret of how to create a conceptual model.

UX Detailed Interaction Design -- The UX Detailed Interaction Design course teaches the best practice principles of how to design detailed interactions. Learn how to optimize the user experience in the micro-moment, including common page layouts, principles of usable form design, best practices for controls and gestures, optimizing the user experience for mobile apps, tablets, software, websites, and applications, research on fonts, vision and reading and best practice guidelines for designing voice interfaces, and virtual and augmented reality, 

Design For Engagement -- You'll learn everything you need to know about what motivates people to take action, and how to use this knowledge to design websites, apps, and products so that they are engaging and so people will take the action you want them to take, including how to grab visual attention, anchoring, human factor loads, choice architecture, social validation, the impact of stories, instincts, habit forming products, using rewards, gamification, and stimulating the desire for mastery.

User Testing -- Are you launching a new website, software or app? Or maybe you have an existing product that is under-performing. Whether your target audience is complaining about your product, or just aren't using it, user testing can help you get answers and solutions. Or maybe you have competing designs that the team can't agree on,or you want to analyze your competitors. User testing helps you do all this and more. Even if you think you've designed it just right, you can't afford to create a website, software product or app that hasn't been tested by your actual audience. Don't guess! Test! This course will teach you how to do quick, cost-effective user testing on early prototypes through to finished products.

 

About The Instructor: Susan Weinschenk, Ph.D. (aka, The Brain Lady)

Susan Weinschenk has a Ph.D. in Psychology and over 30 years of experience as a behavioral scientist. She applies research in psychology to predict, understand, and explain what motivates people and how they behave. Her work includes training, presenting, and consulting in communications, customer experience, user experience, and usability. She is a consultant and keynote speaker for Fortune 1000 companies, start-ups, non-profit agencies, educational institutions, and conferences. Her clients include Walmart, Disney, The Mayo Clinic, Charles Schwab, and Best Buy.

Dr. Weinschenk is the author of several books, including 100 Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People, 100 MORE Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People, How to Get People To Do Stuff, 100 Things Every Presenter Needs To Know About People, and Neuro Web Design: What makes them click? Her nickname is The Brain Lady, because she applies research on the brain and neuroscience to design. She is the CEO of The Team W.

Curriculum

  • Preview
    About The UX Certificate Course Bundle
  • User Experience Fundamentals Short Course
  • Preview
    What This Course Is About
  • Preview
    Principles Of UX And What A UX Professional Does
  • Quiz 1: UX Principles
  • The Different Roles Of UX
  • Quiz 2: UX Roles
  • UX Processes, Part 1
  • UX Processes, Part 2
  • Quiz 3: UX Process
  • UX Skills, Knowledge, And Obstacles
  • Quiz 4: Skills, Knowledge, Obstacles
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For UX Fundamentals
  • User Research
  • Preview
    Why User Research Is Critical To User Experience Design
  • Personas, Part 1
  • Personas, Part 2
  • Exercise: Create A Persona
  • Quiz: Personas
  • Scenarios
  • Exercise: Scenarios
  • Quiz: Scenarios
  • Task Analysis, Part 1
  • Task Analysis, Part 2
  • Exercise: Task Analysis
  • Quiz: Task Analysis
  • How To Conduct An Effective Interview
  • Exercise: Plan And Conduct An Interview
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For The User Research Course
  • UX Conceptual Model Design
  • Preview
    How Conceptual Model Design Results In Intuitive Products
  • About Mental And Conceptual Models
  • Quiz: Mental & Conceptual Models
  • Information Architecture
  • Exercise: Information Architecture Exercise
  • Quiz: Information Architecture
  • Navigation
  • Exercise: Navigation
  • Quiz: Navigation & Action Bars
  • Card Sorting
  • Quiz: Card Sorting
  • Card Sorting Tools
  • User Objects
  • Exercise: Create An Object Map
  • Quiz: User Objects
  • Screen Flow Diagrams
  • Exercise: Create A Screen Flow Diagram
  • Quiz: Screen Flow Diagrams
  • Traps To Avoid
  • Order Of Information And Applying Conceptual Models
  • Quiz: How To Apply Conceptual Models
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For The UX Conceptual Model Course
  • UX Detailed Interaction Design
  • NOTE: We have updated this course. The older version appears after the new lessons.
  • Intro To The Course, Deciding On Page Layouts, And Forms Part 1
  • Exercise: Identify The Page Layout
  • Quiz 1
  • Forms Part 2: Grouping, Alignment, Screen Density, And Choosing Controls
  • Exercise: Choose Controls And Gestures
  • Quiz 2
  • Forms Case Studies, Flat Design, Affordances, Size And Distance
  • Exercise: Evaluate And Re-Design A Form
  • Quiz 3
  • Reading, Fonts, Headlines, Scanning
  • Quiz 4
  • Objects, Color, Memory, Progressive Disclosure, And Task Flow
  • Exercise: Evaluate Reading And Color
  • Quiz 5
  • Voice, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Accessibility, and Resources
  • Exercise: Re-Design Case Study
  • Quiz 6
  • Study Guide For The UX Certificate
  • OLDER VERSION: Below is the older version of this course.
  • Preview
    Why Take The Course And What's In The Course
  • Page Layout And Forms Design
  • Quiz: Page Layout And Forms
  • Exercise: Re-design a form
  • Controls And Prototyping
  • Exercise: What Control To Use?
  • Quiz: Controls And Prototyping
  • Vision And reading
  • Color
  • Exercise: Evaluating Vision, Reading, And Color
  • Quiz: Vision, Reading, And Color
  • Affordances, Cognition, Memory
  • Human Factors Loads And Memory/Cognition Examples
  • Exercise: Affordances, Memory, And Cognition
  • Quiz: Affordances, Cognition, And Memory
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For the UX Detailed Design Course
  • Design For Engagement
  • NOTE: We have updated this course. The older version appears after the new lessons.
  • Introduction To The Course, And Grabbing Visual Attention
  • Exercise: Visual Pre-attention
  • Exercise: Fusiform Facial Area
  • Exercise: Curves
  • Quiz 1
  • Anchoring, Decision-Making, And Human Factor Loads
  • Exercise: Anchoring
  • Exercise: Human Factor Loads
  • Quiz 2
  • Motivation Part 1: Choice Architecture And Some Social Factors
  • Quiz 3
  • Motivation Part 2: Finishing Social Factors, Making Things Difficult, Stories, And Instincts
  • Exercise: Social Factors
  • Exercise: Stories
  • Exercise: Instincts
  • Quiz 4
  • Motivation, Part 3: Habits, Rewards, Gamification, The Desire For Mastery
  • Exercise: Habits And Rewards
  • Exercise: Desire For Mastery
  • Quiz 5
  • Applying Engagement Principles In Design
  • Exercise: Re-Design For Engagement
  • Quiz 6
  • Study Guide For The Design For Engagement Course
  • OLDER VERSION: Below is the older version of this course.
  • Preview
    Why Designing For Engagement Is Critical, & What's In This Course
  • The Need To Belong
  • Exercise: The Need To Belong
  • Quiz: The Need To Belong
  • Instincts
  • Exercise: Instincts
  • Quiz: Instincts
  • Tricks Of The Mind
  • Exercise: Tricks Of The Mind
  • Quiz: Tricks Of The Mind
  • The Power Of Stories
  • Exercise: The Power Of Stories
  • Quiz: The Power Of Stories
  • Habits
  • Quiz: Habits
  • The Desire For Mastery
  • Quiz: The Desire For Mastery
  • How To Apply Engagement Principles To Your Product
  • Exercise: Re-design A Product To Be More Engaging
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For The Design For Engagement Course
  • User Testing
  • Preview
    Why Do User Testing And What's In This Course
  • What User Testing Is And What It's Not, And An Overview Of The User Testing Process
  • Quiz: What Is User Testing
  • What To Test And Who To Test
  • Exercise: What To Test
  • How Many People To Test, And How To Recruit Them
  • Quiz: Who To Test
  • Different Types Of User Testing
  • Exercise: Who To Test And Type Of Test
  • Quiz: Types Of User Testing
  • Planning and Conducting User Tests And Writing Task Instructions, Part 1
  • Exercise: Write Instructions
  • Quiz: Writing Task Instructions
  • Planning And Conducting User Tests, Part 2
  • Exercise: Conduct A Test
  • Quiz: Planning A Test
  • Piloting, Data Analysis And Reporting, And Testing Tools
  • Quiz: Data Analysis And Reporting
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For The User Testing Course
  • Ready To Complete The Certificate

About this course

Show that you have mastered the skills and knowledge needed to be a user experience professional by taking the full curriculum of courses in our UX Certificate program.

When you purchase the bundle you receive access to the six courses that are required for the UX Certificate. The UX Certificate Exam fee is included in the bundle too. The value of the bundle is $665, so you save $70 and have the convenience of having all the course materials in one place.

You have unlimited access to all the lessons 24 hours a day, for as long as you want or need them, so you can take the courses at your own pace and go back to review any materials any time you want. All of the courses have quizzes, as well as exercises that you can send in for feedback from Dr. Susan Weinschenk.

Click on the Purchase button at the top of this page and get started now.

If you have any questions please email us at: info@theteamw.com.

This bundle includes the following courses:

  • User Experience Fundamentals
  • User Research
  • UX Conceptual Model Design
  • UX Detailed Interaction Design
  • Design For Engagement
  • User Testing

AND the UX Certificate Exam fee.

Who Is The Target Audience For The UX Certificate Bundle?

  • UX Designers, UX Professionals, Product Managers, Web Designers, Business Analysts, Usability Professionals

Over 15,000 students are taking our online courses.

All of our courses have an unconditional 30 day money back guarantee.

User Experience Fundamentals Short Course -- If you design a product that people interact with, then you are designing a user experience. If you want your product to be easy to use, engaging, what people expect, and meet the goals of the organization, then you want to make sure you design an optimal user experience. In this course you will learn the basic principles, processes of good user experience, and what a user experience professional should know and be able to do.

User Research -- When you design a product you make a lot of assumptions. And a major reason that product designs fail is because of these assumptions. The assumptions that will get you into the most trouble are the assumptions you make about your target audience -- who they are, what they want to do, and how they want to do it. In this course you will learn how to create and use personas, scenarios, and task analyses so you are sure you understand your target audience. When you know that, then you can design a successful product.

UX Conceptual Model Design -- Why are some websites, software, apps, and devices easy to use and others are not? Why do users like some products and reject others? Designers of products that are easy to use know the secret -- They design a conceptual model of the product that matches the target audience's mental model of how it should work. In this course you will learn the secret of how to create a conceptual model.

UX Detailed Interaction Design -- The UX Detailed Interaction Design course teaches the best practice principles of how to design detailed interactions. Learn how to optimize the user experience in the micro-moment, including common page layouts, principles of usable form design, best practices for controls and gestures, optimizing the user experience for mobile apps, tablets, software, websites, and applications, research on fonts, vision and reading and best practice guidelines for designing voice interfaces, and virtual and augmented reality, 

Design For Engagement -- You'll learn everything you need to know about what motivates people to take action, and how to use this knowledge to design websites, apps, and products so that they are engaging and so people will take the action you want them to take, including how to grab visual attention, anchoring, human factor loads, choice architecture, social validation, the impact of stories, instincts, habit forming products, using rewards, gamification, and stimulating the desire for mastery.

User Testing -- Are you launching a new website, software or app? Or maybe you have an existing product that is under-performing. Whether your target audience is complaining about your product, or just aren't using it, user testing can help you get answers and solutions. Or maybe you have competing designs that the team can't agree on,or you want to analyze your competitors. User testing helps you do all this and more. Even if you think you've designed it just right, you can't afford to create a website, software product or app that hasn't been tested by your actual audience. Don't guess! Test! This course will teach you how to do quick, cost-effective user testing on early prototypes through to finished products.

 

About The Instructor: Susan Weinschenk, Ph.D. (aka, The Brain Lady)

Susan Weinschenk has a Ph.D. in Psychology and over 30 years of experience as a behavioral scientist. She applies research in psychology to predict, understand, and explain what motivates people and how they behave. Her work includes training, presenting, and consulting in communications, customer experience, user experience, and usability. She is a consultant and keynote speaker for Fortune 1000 companies, start-ups, non-profit agencies, educational institutions, and conferences. Her clients include Walmart, Disney, The Mayo Clinic, Charles Schwab, and Best Buy.

Dr. Weinschenk is the author of several books, including 100 Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People, 100 MORE Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People, How to Get People To Do Stuff, 100 Things Every Presenter Needs To Know About People, and Neuro Web Design: What makes them click? Her nickname is The Brain Lady, because she applies research on the brain and neuroscience to design. She is the CEO of The Team W.

Curriculum

  • Preview
    About The UX Certificate Course Bundle
  • User Experience Fundamentals Short Course
  • Preview
    What This Course Is About
  • Preview
    Principles Of UX And What A UX Professional Does
  • Quiz 1: UX Principles
  • The Different Roles Of UX
  • Quiz 2: UX Roles
  • UX Processes, Part 1
  • UX Processes, Part 2
  • Quiz 3: UX Process
  • UX Skills, Knowledge, And Obstacles
  • Quiz 4: Skills, Knowledge, Obstacles
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For UX Fundamentals
  • User Research
  • Preview
    Why User Research Is Critical To User Experience Design
  • Personas, Part 1
  • Personas, Part 2
  • Exercise: Create A Persona
  • Quiz: Personas
  • Scenarios
  • Exercise: Scenarios
  • Quiz: Scenarios
  • Task Analysis, Part 1
  • Task Analysis, Part 2
  • Exercise: Task Analysis
  • Quiz: Task Analysis
  • How To Conduct An Effective Interview
  • Exercise: Plan And Conduct An Interview
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For The User Research Course
  • UX Conceptual Model Design
  • Preview
    How Conceptual Model Design Results In Intuitive Products
  • About Mental And Conceptual Models
  • Quiz: Mental & Conceptual Models
  • Information Architecture
  • Exercise: Information Architecture Exercise
  • Quiz: Information Architecture
  • Navigation
  • Exercise: Navigation
  • Quiz: Navigation & Action Bars
  • Card Sorting
  • Quiz: Card Sorting
  • Card Sorting Tools
  • User Objects
  • Exercise: Create An Object Map
  • Quiz: User Objects
  • Screen Flow Diagrams
  • Exercise: Create A Screen Flow Diagram
  • Quiz: Screen Flow Diagrams
  • Traps To Avoid
  • Order Of Information And Applying Conceptual Models
  • Quiz: How To Apply Conceptual Models
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For The UX Conceptual Model Course
  • UX Detailed Interaction Design
  • NOTE: We have updated this course. The older version appears after the new lessons.
  • Intro To The Course, Deciding On Page Layouts, And Forms Part 1
  • Exercise: Identify The Page Layout
  • Quiz 1
  • Forms Part 2: Grouping, Alignment, Screen Density, And Choosing Controls
  • Exercise: Choose Controls And Gestures
  • Quiz 2
  • Forms Case Studies, Flat Design, Affordances, Size And Distance
  • Exercise: Evaluate And Re-Design A Form
  • Quiz 3
  • Reading, Fonts, Headlines, Scanning
  • Quiz 4
  • Objects, Color, Memory, Progressive Disclosure, And Task Flow
  • Exercise: Evaluate Reading And Color
  • Quiz 5
  • Voice, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Accessibility, and Resources
  • Exercise: Re-Design Case Study
  • Quiz 6
  • Study Guide For The UX Certificate
  • OLDER VERSION: Below is the older version of this course.
  • Preview
    Why Take The Course And What's In The Course
  • Page Layout And Forms Design
  • Quiz: Page Layout And Forms
  • Exercise: Re-design a form
  • Controls And Prototyping
  • Exercise: What Control To Use?
  • Quiz: Controls And Prototyping
  • Vision And reading
  • Color
  • Exercise: Evaluating Vision, Reading, And Color
  • Quiz: Vision, Reading, And Color
  • Affordances, Cognition, Memory
  • Human Factors Loads And Memory/Cognition Examples
  • Exercise: Affordances, Memory, And Cognition
  • Quiz: Affordances, Cognition, And Memory
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For the UX Detailed Design Course
  • Design For Engagement
  • NOTE: We have updated this course. The older version appears after the new lessons.
  • Introduction To The Course, And Grabbing Visual Attention
  • Exercise: Visual Pre-attention
  • Exercise: Fusiform Facial Area
  • Exercise: Curves
  • Quiz 1
  • Anchoring, Decision-Making, And Human Factor Loads
  • Exercise: Anchoring
  • Exercise: Human Factor Loads
  • Quiz 2
  • Motivation Part 1: Choice Architecture And Some Social Factors
  • Quiz 3
  • Motivation Part 2: Finishing Social Factors, Making Things Difficult, Stories, And Instincts
  • Exercise: Social Factors
  • Exercise: Stories
  • Exercise: Instincts
  • Quiz 4
  • Motivation, Part 3: Habits, Rewards, Gamification, The Desire For Mastery
  • Exercise: Habits And Rewards
  • Exercise: Desire For Mastery
  • Quiz 5
  • Applying Engagement Principles In Design
  • Exercise: Re-Design For Engagement
  • Quiz 6
  • Study Guide For The Design For Engagement Course
  • OLDER VERSION: Below is the older version of this course.
  • Preview
    Why Designing For Engagement Is Critical, & What's In This Course
  • The Need To Belong
  • Exercise: The Need To Belong
  • Quiz: The Need To Belong
  • Instincts
  • Exercise: Instincts
  • Quiz: Instincts
  • Tricks Of The Mind
  • Exercise: Tricks Of The Mind
  • Quiz: Tricks Of The Mind
  • The Power Of Stories
  • Exercise: The Power Of Stories
  • Quiz: The Power Of Stories
  • Habits
  • Quiz: Habits
  • The Desire For Mastery
  • Quiz: The Desire For Mastery
  • How To Apply Engagement Principles To Your Product
  • Exercise: Re-design A Product To Be More Engaging
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For The Design For Engagement Course
  • User Testing
  • Preview
    Why Do User Testing And What's In This Course
  • What User Testing Is And What It's Not, And An Overview Of The User Testing Process
  • Quiz: What Is User Testing
  • What To Test And Who To Test
  • Exercise: What To Test
  • How Many People To Test, And How To Recruit Them
  • Quiz: Who To Test
  • Different Types Of User Testing
  • Exercise: Who To Test And Type Of Test
  • Quiz: Types Of User Testing
  • Planning and Conducting User Tests And Writing Task Instructions, Part 1
  • Exercise: Write Instructions
  • Quiz: Writing Task Instructions
  • Planning And Conducting User Tests, Part 2
  • Exercise: Conduct A Test
  • Quiz: Planning A Test
  • Piloting, Data Analysis And Reporting, And Testing Tools
  • Quiz: Data Analysis And Reporting
  • Next Steps
  • Study Guide For The User Testing Course
  • Ready To Complete The Certificate