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Foundations of User Experience | Google UX Design Certificate

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UX Course to UX Designer: Exploring Career Options | Google UX Design Certificate

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5 Phases of UX Design Sprints | Google UX Design Certificate

0h23m

The Tools, Terms, and Platforms You Need for UX Design | Google UX Design Certificate

0h38m

Build a Website Design Portfolio | Google UX Design Certificate

0h47m

How Psychology Affects Design | Google UX Design Certificate

0h09m

What is UX Research? | Google UX Design Certificate

0h23m

The Importance of Empathy in UX Design | Google UX Design Certificate

0h37m

The Design Thinking Process | Google UX Design Certificate

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From Storyboarding to Drawing Wireframes | Google UX Design Certificate

0h35m

How to Design Low-Fidelity Prototypes | Google UX Design Certificate

0h42m

Go From Paper to Digital Wireframes in Figma | Google UX Design Certificate

0h53m

Improving Design at Google: Case Study | Google UX Design Certificate

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2 Ways to Share UX Research Insights | Google UX Design Certificate

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Conducting UX Research and Testing Prototypes | Google UX Design Certificate

0h41m

Usability Testing Tips and Examples | Google UX Design Certificate

1h04m

Create a High-Fidelity Prototype | Google UX Design Certificate

0h19m

Understanding Visual Design Principles | Google UX Design Certificate

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Intro to Design Systems and Sticker Sheets | Google UX Design Certificate

0h29m

Testing, Iterating, and Finalizing Prototypes | Google UX Design Certificate

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0h32m

Foundations of User Experience | Google UX Design Certificate

Companies of all types and sizes rely on user experience (UX) designers to help make their technology easier and more enjoyable to use. UX designers come from all kinds of backgrounds and experiences. The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

0:00 Welcome to the Google UX Design Certificate
2:34 The Basics of UX Design
7:17 Jobs in the Field
12:12 Design for a Good User Experience
15:19 Job Responsibilities of Entry-level UX Designers
19:19 Specialists, Generalists, and T-shaped Designers
23:08 Working in a Cross-functional Team
25:27 UX Design at Different Types of Companies
29:03 From Certificate to Career Success

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn

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UX Course to UX Designer: Exploring Career Options | Google UX Design Certificate

The most common way to start your career in UX design is an entry-level job that does not require prior experience in the field. The skills and portfolio pieces you’ll develop in this program will help you get started as an entry-level UX designer. Internships, apprenticeships, and freelancing are all other ways you can start your career and we'll cover what you need to know about each option.

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses on your own terms.
? Stand out to employers: Make your resume competitive with a credential from Google.
? A path to in-demand jobs:

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5 Phases of UX Design Sprints | Google UX Design Certificate

Take a look around the room you’re in right now. Notice the ergonomics of your chair? What about the device you’re using to play this video on right now? Almost everything around you started off as a design problem or design challenge. How does something go from a design challenge to an actual user-centered product? One way is through design sprints. Let’s explore what a design sprint is and identify when to use one.

0:00 Understand Design Sprints
3:18 Five Phases of Design Sprints
8:26 Benefits of Design Sprints
10:30 Plan Design Sprints
14:59 The Design Sprint Brief
17:52 An Entry-level Designer's Role in a Sprint
21:27 Design Sprint Retrospectives

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experie

0h38m

The Tools, Terms, and Platforms You Need for UX Design | Google UX Design Certificate

Encounter common UX design terms and frameworks while you explore user-centered design and how it's applied. We'll introduce you to popular UX design tools and how designers think across platforms, from mobile apps to hardware devices.

0:00 Define User, End User, and User Experience
3:01 Prioritize the User
5:55 Key Frameworks in UX Design
10:38 Universal Design, Inclusive Design, and Equity-focused Design
19:46 Design for the Next Billion Users
24:51 The Advantages to UX Design Tools
26:34 Get to Know Platforms
28:49 Design for Different Platforms
32:44 Assistive Technology

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Lea

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Build a Website Design Portfolio | Google UX Design Certificate

How do you demonstrate your UX design skills and show examples of your work during the job application process? Build an online portfolio. Discover an array of tools for creating a cohesive and consistent professional design presence online. By the end of this video, you can even start creating your own website.

0:00 Introduction to UX Design Portfolios
2:30 Introduction to Website Builders
6:47 Incorporate Best Practices for UX Design Portfolios
13:28 Explore Personal Brands
17:02 Use Writing Best Practices in a Portfolio
21:42 Start to Build an Online Presence
24:57 Create or Update Social Media Profiles
29:58 Get Involved in UX Design Communities
34:49 Learn How Employers Review Resumes, Portfolios, and Online Profiles
38:17 Network and Find a Mentor
43:17 Overcome Imposter Syndrome

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice ex

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How Psychology Affects Design | Google UX Design Certificate

Psychology is a big deal in UX Design. Nearly everything is designed to fit humans, from pants pockets to electric cars. But that wasn’t always the case. Take journey back to WWII to find out how the human factor became a consideration in design.

0:00 Human Factors in User Experience Design
5:15 Psychology Principles that Influence Design

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses on your own terms.
? Stand out to employers: Make your resume competitive with a credential from Google.
? A path to in-demand jobs: Connect with top employers who are currently hiring.

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What is UX Research? | Google UX Design Certificate

The goal of user experience research is to prioritize the user, and help bridge the gap between what a business thinks the user needs and what the user actually needs, before an expensive and time-consuming product is made.

0:00 Introduction to UX Research
5:00 Choosing the Right Research Method
10:18 Benefits and Drawbacks of Research Methods
13:36 Identify Types of Bias in UX Research

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses on your own terms.
? Stand out to employers: Make your resume competitive with a credential from Google.
? A path to in-demand jobs: Connec

0h37m

The Importance of Empathy in UX Design | Google UX Design Certificate

Empathy is key to creating phenomenal experiences for your users. Every activity in this video will bring you closer to empathising with your potential user allowing you to define your user, their feelings about an experience, and the problem you need to solve for them.

0:00 Build an Empathy Map
5:00 Identify User Pain Points
9:20 Understand Personas
15:18 Create User Stories
17:44 Consider Edge Cases
21:31 Create a User Journey Map
27:53 Understand the Curb Cut Effect
32:03 Scope Design Problems

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses on your own terms.
? Stand

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The Design Thinking Process | Google UX Design Certificate

What is design ideation and why is it so important? The process of generating broad ideas with no judgement is one of the fundamentals of idea generation and it's time to learn a few brainstorming approaches you may use in your career.

0:00 Understanding Design Ideation
3:39 Explore Lots of Ideas with Ideation
5:57 Recognize Business Needs During Design Ideation
8:40 Scope the Competition
11:58 Limits to Competitive Audits
13:39 Steps to Conduct a Competitive Audit
17:08 Use Insights From Competitive Audits to Ideate
19:28 Use "How Might We" to Ideate
23:01 Use "Crazy Eights" to Ideate
29:47 Consider User Journeys During Ideation

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn

0h35m

From Storyboarding to Drawing Wireframes | Google UX Design Certificate

Practice using empathy maps, personas, user stories, and user journey maps as tools while learning to draw your first wireframe.

0:00 Use Research to Inform Ideation
4:12 Create Goal Statements
8:11 Introduction to Storyboarding User Flows
12:39 Understand the Two Types of Storyboards
20:31 Introduction to Wireframes
24:29 Start Drawing
30:09 Draw Your First Wireframe
32:23 Understand the Benefits of Wireframing

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses on your own terms.
? Stand out to employers: Make your resume competitive with a credential from Google.
? A path

0h42m

How to Design Low-Fidelity Prototypes | Google UX Design Certificate

Transition from wireframes to low-fidelity prototypes. Create paper prototypes, learn from Figma about how to use their tool to create digital prototypes, and explore ways to recognize potential bias in your designs.

0:00 Learn About Low-fidelity Prototypes
3:04 Create Low-fidelity Prototypes on Paper
11:19 Introduction to Building Low-fidelity Prototypes in Figma
12:43 Build Low-Fidelity Prototypes in Figma
24:42 Recognize Implicit Bias in Design
30:03 Identify Deceptive Patterns in UX Design

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses on your own terms.
? Stand out

0h53m

Go From Paper to Digital Wireframes in Figma | Google UX Design Certificate

Learn how to build wireframes for a new product or feature. Focus on organizing the information in your wireframe, using what we call information architecture as you discover more tools and principles to add to your UX toolbox!

0:00 The Basics of Information Architecture (IA)
4:27 Create Paper Wireframes
12:01 Transition from Paper to Digital Wireframes
17:06 Introduction to Figma
19:30 Learn from Figma - Create Digital Wireframes
35:10 Create Digital Wireframes in Figma
48:57 Use Gestalt Principles when Creating Wireframes

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses

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Improving Design at Google: Case Study | Google UX Design Certificate

Use the feedback and data you gathered during your usability study and revise the original design to create a new and improved version. Get to the heart of UX design, which is all about coming up with an idea, getting feedback from participants or users, and iterating to make the idea better.

0:00 From Observations to Insights
4:40 Developing Insights
7:13 Gather and Organize Data
11:37 Patterns and Themes in Research Data
14:57 Qualities of Strong Insights

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses on your own terms.
? Stand out to employers: Make your resume com

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2 Ways to Share UX Research Insights | Google UX Design Certificate

Take a deep dive into two different ways to present your findings: the presentation, which is a group of slides where each slide has new information; and the research report, which is a document with fewer visuals, but containing the same information as the presentation.

0:00 Choosing a Format for Sharing Insights
2:24 Creating a Strong Presentation
11:33 Deliver Research Insights
14:24 Changing Prototypes Based on Research Insights
15:06 Modify Low-fidelity Designs Based on Insights
18:57 Modify Low-fidelity Designs Based on Research Insights

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete th

0h41m

Conducting UX Research and Testing Prototypes | Google UX Design Certificate

Learn how to conduct research with a usability study to test your prototype. Once you have your research findings, use the insights to iterate on and improve your prototype, as well as share and promote your research insights.

0:00 Understand the UX Research Process
4:31 Get to Know the Seven Elements of a Research Plan
9:46 Start Building a Research Plan
16:50 Continue Building a Research Plan - KPIs
21:14 Continue Building a Research Plan - Methodology
22:54 Continue Building a Research Plan - Participants
26:55 Finish Building a Research Plan - Script
32:56 Make Privacy a Part of UX Practices
37:29 Understand Privacy Issues

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job

1h04m

Usability Testing Tips and Examples | Google UX Design Certificate

Conducting research — an essential part of getting feedback from participants — can be tricky. Focus primarily on usability studies as you learn how to reduce bias and be inclusive, and take notes while observing participants in a usability study.

0:00 Introduction to Usability Studies
4:16 Conduct Moderated and Unmoderated Usability Studies
8:55 Introduction to a Mock Unmoderated Usability Study
10:25 Paricipant A - Mock Usability Study
15:08 Paricipant B - Mock Usability Study
21:13 Paricipant C - Mock Usability Study
24:34 Paricipant D - Mock Usability Study
27:32 Paricipant E - Mock Usability Study
31:50 Explore Usability Study Best Practices - Before the Study Begins
36:30 Explore Usability Study Best Practices - During Usability Study
38:48 Identify Biases when Interviewing Usability Study Participants
42:49 Reduce Bias in Interviews
47:36 Introduction to Note-taking Methods During Usability Studies
54:06 Use a Spreadsheet to Take Notes

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide

0h19m

Create a High-Fidelity Prototype | Google UX Design Certificate

Create a high-fidelity prototype in Figma by turning mockups into prototypes that are ready for testing. Explore two new concepts, gestures and motion, which can help enrich the user experience and increase usability.

0:00 Understanding High-fidelity Prototypes
4:42 Creating High-fidelity Prototypes in Figma
8:27 Gestures and Motion in Design
10:11 Add Gestures and Motion in Figma
15:55 Accessibility for Gestures and Motion

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses on your own terms.
? Stand out to employers: Make your resume competitive with a credential from Goog

0h27m

Understanding Visual Design Principles | Google UX Design Certificate

Explore how to refine and improve your mockup using visual design principles. Discover the power of emphasis, hierarchy, scale, unity, and variety, and practice strategies to help you review the work you’ve done so far on your mockup.

0:00 Emphasis Principle in Design
4:09 Hierarchy Principle in Design
7:56 Scale and Proportion Basics
12:44 Unity and Variety Principles in Design
16:58 Gestalt Principles
23:28 Reflect on Design Strategies

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses on your own terms.
? Stand out to employers: Make your resume competitive with a creden

0h29m

Intro to Design Systems and Sticker Sheets | Google UX Design Certificate

Dive into the world of design systems and sticker sheets. Explore Google and Shopify's design systems which are free for you to utilize in your own work. Plus, learn how to use Figma's design system library and set up your own sticker sheets.

0:00 Design System Basics
3:21 Benefits of Design Systems
7:33 Google's Design System: Material Design
12:45 Design System Libraries in Figma
25:40Sticker Sheets in Design Systems

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online courses on your own terms.
? Stand out to employers: Make your resume competitive with a credential from Google.
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0h32m

Testing, Iterating, and Finalizing Prototypes | Google UX Design Certificate

Apply your understanding of research to test a high-fidelity prototype and then iterate on the existing design. After that, learn how to hand off designs to engineers for production, and turn the whole process into a case study for your portfolio!

0:00 Creating a Research Plan
4:06 Conducting Usability Studies
7:07 Analyzing Usability Study Results
9:05 Design Iteration: Dog Walking App
19:25 Knowing When a Design is Done
21:27 Documenting and Sharing Designs
22:17 Design Handoffs
24:29 Creating Case Studies for Porfolio Projects

This video is part of the Google UX Design Certificate, where you'll learn how to design mobile apps and responsive websites. You'll follow the design process from beginning to end: empathizing with users, defining their pain points, coming up with ideas for design solutions, creating wireframes and prototypes, and testing your designs with users to get feedback. By the end of the program, you'll have a professional UX portfolio with three design projects.

The program, created by Google employees in the field, is designed to provide you with job-ready skills in about 6 months to start or advance your career in UX design.

To access the full program content including readings, practice exercises, job search help, and discussion forums please visit ? https://goo.gle/2ZllSv1

Why earn a Google Career Certificate?
? No experience necessary: Learn job-ready skills, with no college degree required.
? Learn at your own pace: Complete the 100% online