Mobile App Design In Sketch 3: UX and UI Design From Scratch

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MOOC
Payment
Learning paid
Language
English
Duration
16 hours course
Course by Udemy
$ 129.99
$ 129.99
What will you learn?
Create mobile app designs from scratch
Approach app design with UX consideration
Know best practices for UX research
Master the newest program for graphic designers, Sketch 3
Create custom icon packs
Start a new career as a UI/UX designer
About the course

NEW COURSE UPDATE 2018

THE COMPLETE DESIGN COURSE IN SKETCH WILL BE RELEASED AUG 31ST 2018

THIS COURSE WILL NO LONGER BE SUPPORTED SO IF YOU WANT THE NEWEST VERSION OF THIS COURSE WITH EXTRAS, GO TO MY COURSE PAGE AND FIND THE NEWEST DESIGN COURSE.

Learn the basics of user experience, app design, and tools you will need to build the most beautiful and user friendly mobile apps on the app or google play store using Sketch 3. 

  Build a strong foundation in Sketch 3 and user experience design with this tutorial for beginners.  

  • Sketch 3 Introduction & Tools
  • Sketch School 101: A deep dive into Sketch 3
  • UX research and design with best practices.
  • Build one of the most user friendly and beautiful apps on the app store.

  Learn a new skill that can change your life.  

        Sketch 3 gives everyone the ability to build professional looking designs with zero experience. You must either have a Mac, or be running the OS X environment on your windows computer. Sketch 3 is free for 30 days. 

        You will become a full fledged mobile app designer by the end of this course, and will have the skills to design anything. You will even be able to export your work for implementation into actual mobile app development. 

        Mobile app designers are averaging over $100k a year(U.S. numbers) 

  Content and Overview  

        This course is great for people with zero design experience, or experienced designers that want to learn and master Sketch 3. With more content than any other Sketch course, you will learn app design fundamentals and establish a great understanding of the concepts behind user centered design. Additional resources, quizzes, and assignments will be given through out the course to continually test your knowledge. 

        Starting with an introduction to the Sketch 3 interface, we will quickly dive straight in to designing our first mobile app screen. By learning by doing, you will establish a strong understanding of the basic sketch features and tools. 

        With these basics mastered, the course will take you through what we call Sketch School 101, and UX School 101. In these sections, you will learn everything required to master Sketch 3, as well as the basic fundamentals of user experience research and application. 

        Then it is time to apply our knowledge and newly acquired skills to creating our own app, from idea, to researching, to mocking up, to designing, and finally prototyping and deployment of assets to developers. 

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

        Complete with image downloads and sketch files, you will be able to work alongside the author as you complete each step to achieving a verifiable certificate of completion upon finishing the course. 

Program
Introduction
Figure out the requirements and what is expected for this course.
Intro
Why Sketch 3?
In this section, we will outline the major differences of Sketch 3 and Adobe Photoshop, and talk about specific reasons Sketch is such a wonderful solution for UI design.
Photoshop VS Sketch 3
In this section, we will go over some of the differences between Adobe Photoshop and Sketch 3.
What is the greatest difference between Sketch 3 and Adobe Photoshop?
I want you to get one point out of our first lecture. The following question will address that one point.
Getting Started With Sketch 3
Students will have a detailed understanding of how to navigate the Sketch interface and use a variety of tools to create beautiful elements in a small amount of time.
Getting Our Feet Wet With Sketch 3
In this lecture, we will move around Sketch and learn the basic tools and functions.
A Few Other Sketch Pointers
In this lecture, we will go over a few other pointers that will make our lives easier with Sketch.
Sketch 3 Resources
In this lecture, we will go over the ultimate Sketch Resources website.
Sketch Basics
In this quiz, I will ask you a few questions to make sure you understand the basics of Sketch 3 and navigating the interface.
Learning By Designing
In this section, we will design a stunning app screen from the popular investment app, Acorns. We will learn how to use all of the tools in Sketch by actually designing beautiful interface.
Update: Artboard Preset Changes.
Requirements
  • Mac is required to run Sketch 3
  • If using a Windows computer, you need to make sure you are running the OS X virtual environment on your computer
Lecturers
Rob Percival
Rob Percival
Web Developer And Teacher
Andrew Eddy
Andrew Eddy
Graphic Designer, Entrepreneur, & Instructor
Platform
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