Keen to get your head around conceptual models? In the next installment of our review series, see what UX Designer Laci White thought of Susan Weinschenk’s online course “UX Conceptual Model Design”.
In the latest in our series of UX course reviews, guest author Malwina Charko takes “Complete UX Fundamentals” by Adam Treister and Pablo Stanley for a test run.
Here is what she found…
Ashlea McKay reviews Colman Walsh’s growing library of training videos at uxtraining.com.
In Ash’s words – it’s freakin’ awesome!
For the latest in our series of UX course reviews, Hawk takes a course that is a bit different from those she’s taken in the past.
Read more to find out what she thought of Designlab’s Interaction Design course.
In the next of our reviews of online courses, Hawk is surprised to find herself being led step by step through a resource website.
She is educated about a wide variety of UX tools, and whilst the content is comprehensive, she finds that the focus is off.
Hawk reviews the online course “Become a Web Developer from Scratch!” by Victor Bastos.
Her first impression? “Wow!”
Hawk reviews the online course, “Foundations of UX: Content Strategy” by Patrick Nichols.
Her first impression was that the course is underwhelming, but recommends persevering because it contains hidden gems of wisdom and some handy tips and pointers.
Kimberley reviews the online course, “UX Basics” by Lis Hubert as part of our series of online UX course reviews.
Kimberley’s not a woman who gives perfect 10s away, but this course, an holistic introduction to the foundations of user experience, comes pretty close.
Hawk reviews the online course, “User Experience Fundamentals for Web Design” by Chris Nodder as part of our series of online UX course reviews.
This course has merits and would be useful for an absolute beginner to web design, but perhaps not right for someone who gets bored easily.
In the next of our reviews of online courses, Kimberley learns tips of the trade to land a job at the graduate level.
She is educated about a wide variety of job seeking practicalities and self-analysis tools, and whilst the content is sound, she finds the delivery a little underwhelming.