Archive for the ‘UX design training’ Category

UX Design Essentials in Poland

I will be presenting UX Design Essentials in Katowice Poland in November. Looking forward to it!

UX Design Essentials in China

I will be presenting UX Design Essentials in Dalian, Beijing, and Shenzhen China in July. Looking forward to it!

Designing for Trust and Confidence online course

I’m creating a new online course called Designing for Trust and Confidence and I’m looking for a small group of people who would like to help out.

Designing for trust and confidence is an interesting topic that goes beyond ordinary usability. The idea is that trust and confidence are critical ingredients to certain tasks that we often overlook. For an example from an everyday social interaction, consider asking for directions. While getting directions, you are also evaluating the trustworthiness of the person giving them. If the person doesn’t earn your trust, you won’t follow their directions regardless of how clear and easy they are to follow. For another example involving a CO detector, check TUX or SUX. If a task requires the user’s trust and that trust has not been earned, usability doesn’t matter.

I’m looking for people who are interested in the subject and are willing to review course material and give feedback on ideas. Your compensation will be what you learn from the experience, a free pass to the finished course, and my eternal gratitude.

If you are interested, please contact me. Please tell me a bit about your background and why you are interested in participating. Thank you!

UX Design Training Survey

I need your help to make our UX design training courses more effective. Please fill out this UX Design Training Survey so that we can better fulfill your UX design training goals.

UX Design Basics is now live!

UX Design Basics is a three-hour online course that teaches non-designers the basic skills they need to get started in UI design. And I’m pleased to announce that it’s now live!

By taking UX Design Basics, you’ll learn essential, practical UX design skills quickly by focusing on these crucial areas:

  • Using a scenario-based design process
  • Making a design intuitive
  • Making a design simple
  • Evaluating designs, giving and receiving feedback

But wait, there’s more! Purchasing UX Design Basics entitles you to participate in our monthly hour-long virtual workshop for three months. By participating, you can ask questions about the course or get help applying the material to your projects.

If you have been looking for an online course to teach non-designers practical UX design skills, you’ve found what you’ve been looking for!

To get things off to a great start, I would like to offer a 20% discount to the first 20 students during the month of May. To get the discount, use the coupon code UXDB-20FOR20-MAY2011-3345 during checkout.

For more information, please contact me at

For more information, please contact

All Content Copyright © UX Design Edge