<- Product Design Course Curriculum/
Block III - Define the solution
Learn how to define the design solution by defining a correct information architecture, the basics of interaction design, usability testing and content strategy.
Information Architecture Basics ->
Learn the basics of information architecture, learning how people search for information and the search patterns we use.
Information Architecture Components ->
Learn the different components of information architecture, whether they are organisational, labelling, navigation or search systems.
Information Architecture Research ->
Like any other area of design, we must validate our information architecture by testing with users using card sortings or tree testings.
Interaction Basics ->
Learn the basics of interaction, usability and the components that make up the layers of interaction. Complement this knowledge with the basics of emotional design and anthropometry.
Heuristic Evaluation ->
Learn how to perform a heuristic evaluation to find all the potential improvements in your interaction models.
Human Factors & Cognitive Processes ->
Human factors and cognitive processes are the discipline you need to understand how we relate, think, memorise..., and improve your interaction models based on the physiology and psychology of our users.
Usability Testing ->
Learning how to perform usability testing with users will give you what you need to validate your artefacts and apply real feedback.
Content Strategy & UX Writing Basics ->
A good content strategy ensures the population of quality resource across not only our artefact, but the entire ecosystem.
Design & Prototype
Learn interface design and prototyping to make your design decisions tangible, applying information design to create a narrative for your product and systematise it thanks to design systems.