After working in the field of graphic design and post-production, I decided to converted to UX Design
One of the big difficulties, it is knowing how to do it, because you have access to a lot of information and tutorials online. It is very difficult to sort it out. I had the chance to do an informational meeting with someone in the field who gave me valuable tips on where to start.
During the summer, I first took an introductory training at UX Design at INIS followed by a MOOC of 6 course modules on the basics of UX Design developed by the industrial research chair of HEC Montréal. I also followed several online tutorials on Linkedin learnings platform and read a lot of books on the subject. That helped me a lot in the discovery of UX Design.
However, as this is a new area for me, there were some somewhat abstract approaches and methods that I had some troubles to understand.
That’s why, I had the idea to group the different information I had. I took in notes during tutorials, training and software tests that I followed.
So I created a “practical guide” on UX as a course material to clarify and structure the principles and concepts I have learned so far.
Pour expliquer ma démarche :
- I first collected a maximum of data and information
- Then I organized and sorted my notes
- I simplified as much as possible the different concepts and methods thanks to diagrams
- Finally, I got an indesign template, which I modified to gather all of my knowledge