Top 6 UX Design Courses at Udemy

Top 6 UX Design Courses at Udemy

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UX Design courses, along with books, blogs, and events, key to keeping your user experience skills sharp. Back in the day when I went to school there were no courses on online user experience design. These days, as I have been teaching myself all about user experience design through books, blogs, and events (and putting everything into practice on the work floor) I am very excited about the growth online UX Design courses.

These online UX Design courses offer great educational value for anyone wanting to learn more on user experience design, or become even better than they currently are. The courses are priced reasonably considering that you are given lifetime access to all the materials (videos & downloadable content).

Online UX Design Courses at Udemy

When I started my first course at Udemy some time ago, I loved how I was able to follow the course at my own leisure. Through the use of their iOS app I even brought my courses with me on my daily commutes to work. So why would I recommend taking a UX Design course at Udemy? Here are 3 4 great reasons:

  1. Lifetime access to your purchased (and free) courses
  2. 30 day no-questions-asked money back guarantee
  3. Take your courses on the road using their mobile apps
  4. 50% discount on Dr David Travis’ UX Design courses

NOTE Some discounts are no longer available. For an up to date list please visit our Online UX & Digital Analytics course page.

What are you waiting for? Sharpen your user experience skills and take of of these great courses.

UX Design Courses - User Experience The Ultimate Guide to UsabilityUser Experience: The Ultimate Guide to Usability

  • 50% discount [Grab Deal] *expired*
  • Instructor: Dr David Travis
  • Number of Students: 1895 (Most popular UX Design course)
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Master user experience in this practical, content-rich, hands-on user experience training course. Not only will you discover the steps needed to create great user experiences, you’ll also get the chance to try them out on a design problem you’re working on right now.

As you go through the course, you’ll download worksheets, try out sample exercises and view demonstrations of UX methods that you can then apply to your design problem. Since the course covers the full design lifecycle, this means that at the end of the it you’ll understand your users and their goals, design great looking pages, create sites that are easy to navigate, prototype your web site and usability test your design. [Read more…]

UX Design Courses - How to carry out a usability expert reviewHow to carry out a usability expert review

  • 50% discount [Grab Deal] *expired*
  • Instructor: Dr David Travis
  • Number of Students: 114
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Usability expert reviews are a great way to identify “usability bloopers” with a product or web site. They are quick, cost-effective and provide an immediate sanity check for the design. Expert reviews are also an ideal way to ensure that a product or web site will meet usability standards.

But many people find it difficult to identify specific usability issues from generic usability heuristics. Beginners also find it hard to derive action-oriented recommendations that can be passed to the design team.

This seminar reveals the practitioner secrets behind expert reviews and will teach you how to think like a usability expert. As well as a set of comprehensive notes, you’ll download detailed usability checklists, workbooks and step-by-step instructions to help you carry out the most valuable techniques. [Read more…]

UX Design Courses - Design Your User Experience in 7 Simple StepsDesign Your User Experience in 7 Simple Steps

Do you believe that great user experience is a competitive advantage, and want to learn how to design your own product? Ever had a great idea for a web or mobile app, but didn’t really know how to start? Or are you wasting a lot of time and money on freelancers that aren’t producing the results you’re expecting?

This step by step course takes you from the idea stage into creating a simple and intuitive user experience blueprint. There is no theory involved, and no use of design jargon. No creative skills needed, and no design tools required. Just a pen and paper or a whiteboard and markers, and you’re all set to go. [Read more…]

UX Design Courses - Practical Statistics for The User Experience

Practical Statistics for The User Experience

To semi-accompany his book Quantifying the User Experience: Practical Statistics for User Research, Jeff Sauro created an online course to better teach us more about the value of statistics for user experience design.

Measurement is important but statistics can be intimidating. In this Practical Statistics for User Experience (UX) Course we will present approachable concepts and lots examples for generating statistical solutions to common questions in user research. The presentation includes many graphical representations and a “What test do I use?” decision tree.

Is Design A more usable than Design B? Do more users convert on the new design? Is our Net Promoter Score statistically better than last year? Learn to use and interpret the right statistical tests on small and large sample user-data using just Excel. [Read more…]

UX Design Courses - User Experience Design FundamentalsUser Experience Design Fundamentals

Are your web conversion rates low? Do you Know that your web site is effective at meeting your goals? Do users get “stuck” and aren’t able to complete the tasks they want to? Are your forms effective? How can your mobile app be improved?

It’s becoming easier and easier to create web sites and mobile apps– But harder and harder to measure the effectiveness of these applications. In Joe Natoli’s well-designed course User Experience Design Fundamentals you’ll learn how to create effective web sites, mobile sites and mobile applications that encourage conversions and leave users wanting more. [Read more…]

UX Design Courses - Web Usability Made SimpleWeb Usability Made Simple

The course is very concrete, a “how-to” course offering clear, actionable guidelines and hands-on exercises. These website usability guidelines are not based on subjective opinion – they have all been well established by rigorous, published research from disciplines such as cognitive science and computer-human interaction. Each guideline is fully explained and generously illustrated with many examples from real websites.

The 34 design guidelines offered were selected from the full body of knowledge on web usability to be: universal (i.e., applicable to any and all websites), easy to explain, commonly violated, high impact, and easy to implement. They represent the “low-hanging fruit” in designing for web usability. [Read more…]

NOTE For an up to date list of courses please visit our Online UX & Digital Analytics course page.

About Matthew Niederberger

Matthew works as Conversion Optimisation Manager at Ziggo BV. In his free time he enjoys family life as well as digging into online user research material whilst frequently generating some of his own, which he freely shares here on

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