Great Design With User Research – Design a Mobile App Using Figma

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Improve your UI / UX design skills by designing a real-world app using Figma. You will learn how to use the design thinking process and self process management to come up with design solutions.

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⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (0:00:00) Introduction
⌨️ (0:04:53) Outline Breakdown
⌨️ (0:07:01) Workflow Breakdown In FigJam
⌨️ (0:22:50) User Empathy ( Empathize )
⌨️ (0:23:21) Creating User Experience Survey With Google Forms
⌨️ (0:38:21) Creating User Personas
⌨️ (0:43:08) Creating Problem Statement
⌨️ (0:44:31) Ideate
⌨️ (0:47:49) Prototype Analysis
⌨️ (0:48:16) User Goals & User Tasks
⌨️ (0:50:11) Information Architecture
⌨️ (0:55:38) Low Fidelity Prototyping
⌨️ (1:19:59) High Fidelity Prototyping
⌨️ (1:20:11) Creating Style Library
⌨️ (1:37:21) Creating Component Library
⌨️ (3:32:11) Prototype Presentation & Assignments

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27 thoughts on “Great Design With User Research – Design a Mobile App Using Figma”

  1. Nice course, learned a lot. One question though, for this type of app we need a bit more than users to survey 🙂 Lets say we have 10k+ results, what is the best way to analyze them. I guess putting the info into figma would be a bit of overkill.

    1. ADEGNIKA Obachola

      Thanks for raising this up. I think the problem statement and project scope can be a great filter to eliminitate some result and focus on the most important to tackle. There are surely other tools out there that can easy the process of such big result. hope this help.

  2. swati shishupal

    Wow, this is an amazing video on UX and UI i have ever seen, so many doubts are getting solved by watching this. This is a complete project work. Thank you so much for this Video, i really wanted to see the actual processes of a UX/UI Project.👏

  3. That was a real GEM! Thank you Brendon, learned a lot! This may seem as a silly question but I just wondered if that same user research system can also be applied in a web design project as well?

  4. I never knew the reason for user research. As someone with an engineering/science background, I consider myself able to think of contigencies and redundancies before they happen far better than any user could. Like you want someone who probably doesn’t know more than you about UI design to tell you about where a button should be? As Steve Jobs once said, “People don’t know what they want until you show them.”

    1. I think you are missing the point. User research is important and all the top tech companies like FAANG utilise user research and considering that one of the top reasons why start-ups fail is because they are creating something that people don’t actually want to use really highlights how important user research is but it is also massively overlooked by people like you. For example, if you have an app and you are only 30% of users are going past the landing page, is it because they are confused? Is the information unclear? Does the website look unprofessional? Is the price too high? These are questions can only really be answered by doing user research. A sample size of a group of engineers who know the ins and outs of the project is not useful, you want a potential customer who is discovering this for the first time. What Steve Jobs is referring to is that you need to get your prototype or product in front of the users and see how they interact with it. You can’t just ask questions with no basis. In the beginning that might work to get a general idea but to really move forward you need to evaluate how people are interacting with what you are making.

  5. A really well-organized course; 3+ hours well invested. Now I am ready to design apps professionally. Thank you!!!

  6. You bridged humongous gaps in my education in an only hour and a half on 2X speed. I feel empowered to fulfill my app idea and I am forever indebted to you.

  7. Great video! Thank you. Shouldnt the pass from low fidelity to hi-fi be based on User Testing not Stakeholders? Like write give out Tasks to accomplish to possible users, then record how they do their tasks

  8. Thank you instructor for the time invested in this course. I really find this course useful and makes me feel more confident to using the design tools

  9. Thanks for teaching to a student who is getting started in UX/UI world. It was really helpful.

  10. Vignesh Ramanathan

    This is definitely a great video with abundant learning. Thanks to the educator.

  11. Osunleke Samuel

    Thank you for this wonderful course. It’s really been helpful..

    But I do have a question. The funding of account by transfer, is the transfer done from the local bank account into the app?

    Where exactly is the transfer coming from?

    Thank you as I await your reply

  12. Carlos Germano Ferreira Costa

    Great material man! I am newcomer to UX/UI Design and your materials and freecodecamp are helping me a lot! Thanks!

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