Get started with Adobe XD (and UX fundamentals)

Learn to use the latest features of Adobe XD and cover UX and UI basics
Instructor:
Robin Louw
580 students enrolled
English [Auto-generated]
Learn to use the latest features of Adobe XD 24 and cover the basics of UX design

In this course you’ll learn to use the latest features introduced in Adobe XD version 24, grasp the fundamentals of User Experience (UX) design and create a calculator app prototype with a Voice User Interface (VUI) in Adobe XD.

If you’re wondering about starting a career in UX or already in the industry and would like to add XD as a skill this course was made for you. I break down the fundamentals of UX and take a casual approach to create an app prototype giving you the confidence to build your own.

Introduction

1
Introduction
2
What is Adobe XD?
3
Quick Activity: Jump into XD
4
Quick Activity: Jump into XD
5
Recap

Get started with XD

1
Introduction
2
Adobe XD basics
3
Design with XD (Part 1)
4
Design with XD (Part 2)
5
Prototype with XD (Part 1)
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Prototype with XD (Part 2)
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Share with XD (Part 1)
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Share with XD (Part 2)
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Share with XD (Part 3)
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Quiz: Get started with XD
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Recap

UX and UI fundamentals

1
Introduction
2
What is UX and what is UI design?
3
A brief history of UX and UI Design
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UX and UI fundamentals
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Quiz: UX and UI fundamentals
6
Recap

Create a calculator app prototype

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Introduction
2
Design brief basics (Part 1)
3
Design brief basics (Part 2)
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User flow diagram basics (Part 1)
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User flow diagram basics (Part 2)
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Create a user-flow diagram in XD
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Lo-Fi prototype (Part 1)
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Lo-Fi prototype (Part 2)
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Lo-Fi prototype (Part 3)
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Create a Lo-Fi prototype with XD
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Share for review with XD (Part 1)
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Share for review with XD (Part 2)
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Share your XD prototype for review
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Voice UI (Part 1)
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Voice UI (Part 2)
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Voice UI (VUI)
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Share for user testing with XD (Part 1)
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Share for user testing with XD (Part 2)
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Share for User-Testing
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Hi-Fi prototype (Part 1)
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Hi-Fi prototype (Part 2)
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Hi-Fi prototype
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Share for development with XD (Part 1)
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Share for development with XD (Part 2)
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Share for development
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Recap

Conclusion

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Course Recap
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