The Basics of User Experience Design

by Mads Soegaard

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Book Description

If you're looking to gain an introduction into the world of user experience (UX) design - or maybe even freshen up your knowledge of the field - then this UX design book is the ideal place to start.

You'll cover a wide range of topics over nine highly readable chapters, with each one acting as a mini crash course. By the end, you'll have been introduced to the key concepts, best practices, and guidelines in areas such as:
- User Experience (UX) Design
- Design Thinking
- Usability
- User Research
- Interaction Design
- Mobile Web Design
- Information Visualization

Whether you're looking to embark on a new career in the field of UX design, are trying to boost your current skill-set, or are simply interested in learning more about the topic, then this short ebook is the perfect place to start your journey!

This open book is licensed under a Open Publication License (OPL). You can download The Basics of User Experience Design ebook for free in PDF format (5.8 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
A Brief Introduction to User Experience (UX) Design
Chapter 2
What is Design Thinking and Why Is It So Popular?
Chapter 3
The 7 Factors that Influence User Experience
Chapter 4
An Introduction to Usability
Chapter 5
How to Conduct User Interviews
Chapter 6
7 Great, Tried and Tested UX Research Techniques
Chapter 7
What is Interaction Design?
Chapter 8
Mobile Web UX Design: Some Simple Guidelines
Chapter 9
Information Visualization - A Brief Introduction

Book Details

Computer Science
Interaction Design Foundation
PDF Size
5.8 MB
Open Publication License

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