User Interface Designer

Validates strategies and tactics necessary to design user interfaces, with particular emphasis on creating user interfaces for mobile devices.

Key Takeaways:

Web Design Process and Principles

Explain the optimal relationship between Web users and site design, including customers vs. contributors, attracting and retaining users, needs-driven design, and scenario-based design.

Wireframing, Typography, and Color

Given a scenario, is able to determine an effective Web page layout (e.g., content, navigation, space), and discusss variables that may apply to specific situations or site types.

UI Design and SEO Strategies

Understands the relationship between SEO and Internet marketing. Knows the importance of HTML5 validation, quality assurance, security, and focus groups.

Certificate Exam Details

The User Interface Designer validates how information ought to be obtained from the client, sales, and marketing departments to design and develop compelling visual experience Web sites for multiple platforms, including mobile, tablet, and desktop. Candidates will learn about wireframes, color schemes, tones, design templates, formatting, and typography. This course builds upon their abilities to implement user analysis techniques, usability concepts, usability testing procedures and the vital role of testing to publish and maintain a Web site.

Certificate Competencies

  • Obtain information from the client, including obtaining detailed information from relevant parties (e.g., sales and marketing).
  • Creating a wireframe.
  • Deploying appropriate color schemes and tones.
  • Describe and use current typical design templates.
  • Summarize proper use of formatting and typography.
  • Recognize user analysis techniques.
  • Apply essential usability concepts, including clarity, ease of use, simplicity, detectibility and typography.
  • Describe usability testing procedures, including the importance of testing.
  • Design for multiple platforms (e.g., mobile phone, tablet, traditional desktop).
  • Identify elements that make a compelling visual experience.
  • Discuss branding considerations in relation to user interface design.
  • Implement responsive design (e.g., progressive enhancement, feature detection).
  • Design pages for a cloud-based storefront.
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