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The Complete App Design Course – UX, UI and Design Thinking

Learn App Design to Make Beautiful, Lovable Apps
Instructor:
App Brewery Co.
29,249 students enrolled
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Create mobile app designs from scratch
Understand the differences between designing for iOS and Android
Create wireframe designs for any digital project
Create mockups using Sketch and other tools
Create animated prototypes
Start a new career as a UI/UX designer

There are over 2 million apps on the App Store and growing. The only apps that do well are ones which are well designed both in terms of user interface and user experience. That’s why it so important to learn the design skills that will make your app stand out in a crowd.

The App Design Course is great for people with absolutely no design experience or experienced designers who want to get up to speed quickly with mobile app design. We’ll introduce you to the art of making beautiful apps. We’ll explore key UI and UX concepts that are essential to building good looking and easy to use apps that are loved by users.

The course has a practical component that takes you step-by-step through the workflow of a professional app designer. From user flow diagrams to wireframing to mockups and prototypes.

Students completing the course will have the knowledge to create beautiful and lovable apps that leave people with a smile on their face.

Introduction

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Introduction to the App Design Course
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How to Get All The Free Stuff
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Why design is important for an app entrepreneur
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Designer vs. Non-Designer Thinking

Color Theory

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Understanding the Mood of Your Colour Palette
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How to Combine Colours to Create Colour Palettes
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Tools for Designing with Colour
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Tools for Designing with Color Resources
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Further Reading on Designing with Colour

Typography

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Introduction to Typography
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The Serif Type Family - Origins and Use
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The Sans Serif Type Family - Origins and Use
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How Typography Determines Readability
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How to Combine Fonts Like a Pro
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Further Reading on Typography

User Interface (UI) Design for Mobile

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What is User Interface (UI) Design?
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The Tour Guide Approach to UI Design
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What is Good Practice in Interaction Design
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The Importance of Alignment
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Colour in User Interface Design
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The Many Ways of Designing Text Overlays
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How to Be an Attention Architect
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Further Reading on User Interface Design

User Experience (UX) Design for Mobile

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What is User Experience (UX) Design?
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Usability
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Asking for Permissions
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User Profiling
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Form vs. Function
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Consistency
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Simplicity
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Don't Make Me Think
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Onboarding
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Idiot Boxes
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Further Reading on User Experience Design

Designing for iOS and Android - What are the Important Differences?

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Android vs. iOS Design
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Navigation
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The Devil is in the Details
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Differences in Icon Design
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Flat Design vs. Material Design
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Differences in Establishing Visual Hierarchy
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iOS and Android Design Guidelines

Putting it All Together - A Step-By-Step Guide to the Mobile Design Workflow

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Step 1: Design Patterns and Colour Palettes
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Where to find design patterns and colour palettes
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Step 2: How to Create a User Flow Diagram
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Step 3: How to Create Wireframes
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Wireframing Resources
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Step 4: How to Create Professional Mockups
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Tools for Creating Mockups
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How to use Sketch (41) to Create Mockups
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How to Use Canva to Create Mockups
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Your Turn to Create Your Own Mockups
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Tools and Resources for Creating Mockups
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Step 5: How to Create an Animated App Prototype
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Tools and Resources for Creating Prototypes
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Prototyping with Keynote
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Protoyping with Marvel
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Your Turn to Create a Prototype
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Example Marvel Prototype

Resources

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Where to Find Free-For-Commercial use Image Assets
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Where to Find Free-For-Commercial use Icons
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How to Keep Learning and Improving
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