InstructorNehal Shah
TypeOnline Course
DateNov 9, 2020
Student Enrolled7
Price£325
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BECOME A CERTIFIED EXPERIENCE DESIGN PROFESSIONAL

So we have the basics and the blueprinting under the hood – now we’ll work strategically in bringing every element together to design the staging for your experiences

Who is it for?

Whether you’re new to UX, an existing CX professional or even if you’re leading multi-disciplined teams within your organisation – this course was created to give you the know-how to make better-informed decisions, create experiences within a larger enterprise ecosystem, and to work within various design disciplines, knowing exactly when to pull expertise in from each discipline to deliver on your users expectations.

Study Format

  • Online, self-paced, self-study e-learning course to provide optimum flexibility to study and develop in your own time
  • Can be completed in as little as 3 days
  • Upon completion of the course, purchase and complete the online APMG exam
  • Receive a digital completion badge from APMG International for every module completed as well as on passing the exam
  • Become a member of Common Ground; a global community of Experience Design practitioners

Key things you will learn:

  • Foundation of a human-centred design process
  • Understanding of XD as a niche design discipline
  • Practice of process, techniques & artefacts of creating & deploying Experiencescapes
  • Practical understanding of where & how UX, CX, SD & DT come together
  • Enhanced skills in cross-disciplinary design methods & techniques

How to pay

You can directly online here via the APMG International website

Course Structure

Section 1Essentials
Lecture 1The Experience Delivery Engine
Lecture 2Building the ecosystem
Lecture 3Governing through XD Principles
Lecture 4Maturing & Scaling
Section 2Methods
Lecture 5Navigating the Experience Journey
Lecture 6The Networked Process
Lecture 7Fundamental Concepts
Lecture 8Method Introduction
Lecture 9Design and Test
Lecture 10Build and Enable
Lecture 11Deploy and Measure
Section 3Toolbox