Technical

UX Design

SKILLS

To become a skilled UX Designer, you’ll want to focus on fundamentals, user research strategy, visual communication design, responsive design, etc.

>>> Wireframing, UI Prototyping and Mockups

Arrow

Wireframing is not prototyping, and prototypes are not mockups.

Wireframing and UI prototyping are critical UX skills to demonstrate your UX acumen.

>>> Learning resources (Study Guides) at the tail end of this story...

>>> UX Research and Testing

Arrow

UX Research is technical, but it’s ok if you’re just following the pattern and instructions employed by other designers

UX design entails research like demographic, economic, and product research are major components of designing for experience.

>>> Visual Communication Design

Arrow

Build the knowledge of the best visual design practices for things like typography, color theory, layout, movement, icons, etc.

UX design professionals create and manage the production of visual design to inform, educate, persuade, and even excite end-users.

>>> Information Architecture – IA

Arrow

This skill is also important that most companies have a specialized role on their UX design team, known as the UX Architect.

Information architecture in UX design is organizing and structuring content in a way that is coherent.

>>> UX Analytics

Arrow

Having basic coding skills will go a long way in helping you complete your projects and ease the transition between design-developer handoff.

UX designers should have a high-level familiarity with the concept of responsive design to ensure that designs display differently across different screens.

LET US EXPLAIN EACH SKILL MORE CLEARLY

Scribbled Arrow

>>> With Learning resources