Exercise: Identify The Page Layout
Forms Part 2: Grouping, Alignment, Screen Density, And Choosing Controls
Exercise: Choose Controls And Gestures
Forms Case Studies, Flat Design, Affordances, Size And Distance
Exercise: Evaluate And Re-Design A Form
Reading, Fonts, Headlines, Scanning
Objects, Color, Memory, Progressive Disclosure, And Task Flow
Exercise: Evaluate Reading And Color
Voice, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Accessibility, and Resources
Exercise: Re-Design Case Study
Study Guide For The UX Certificate
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UX Detailed Interaction Design: How To Design Usable Pages, Screens, and Forms
Learn how to design optimal user interactions and micro-moments
The UX Detailed Interaction Design course teaches the best practice principles of how to design micro-moment interactions.
Become an expert at UX detailed interaction design. Click on the Purchase button at the top of this page and get started now.
Some examples of what's in the course:
• Screen and page layout
• Grouping information
• Which controls to use when
• Labels and titles
• Fonts and typography
• Forms design
• Use of color
• Progressive disclosure
• Screen flow within and between screens
• Feedback and error messaging
• Object recognition and icons
• Designing for micro-moments
and much, much more!
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 course at your own pace and go back to review any materials any time you want. All of our courses have quizzes, as well as exercises that you can send in for feedback from Dr. Susan Weinschenk.
Become a Detailed Interaction Design expert. Click the Purchase button at the top of this page and get started now.
If you have any questions please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course is part of our UX Design Certificate Bundle.
Over 50,000 students have signed up for our online courses.
All of our courses have an unconditional 30 day money back guarantee.
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This course is part of our Annual Everything Personal Subscription. If you are interested in having access to all of the Team W training for a year, check out the Annual Everything Subscription.
This course is also one of the courses in the User Experience Certificate training bundle. Check out how you can earn a User Experience Certificate.
You can also purchase multiple seat packs for a one-year subscription to this course. Seat pack subscriptions are available as:
- 10-Seat Pack Subscription
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Who Is This Course For?
The Detailed Interaction Design course is for User Experience Designers, Product Designers, Product Managers, and Usability Professionals.
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 UX professional and 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 and Chief Behavioral Scientist at The Team W, and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point.