UX Class at the ULB

Learning Objectives

You will learn the concepts and methods of User Experience Design and Research and how to practically apply them, from planning the project to evaluating the users’ interaction with the new solutions developed.

This includes discovering the Personas of your users and understanding their expectations, defining how to meet the users’ needs and get what they want and designing and prototyping a good user interface

Language French
Durations 60 hours
Participants Minimum: 15 – maximum: 35
Place ULB, Solbosch Campus, avenue F. D. Roosevelt, 50, 1050 Brussels
Price €3 800
2 formulasShort UX class (10 days)
Full UX class – on Tuesday from 18:00 to 21:00 (22 days)

Who should attend this training?

This training was developed for designers, front-end developers, functional analysts, data analysts, project managers, product owners, content writers, graphic designers, information architects, researchers and managers.

Testimonials

A good blend of theory and practice

“This was a very rewarding training! The courses are a good blend of theory and practice in small groups, on real scenarios. Additional resources are available to deepen the concepts. And, above all, the trainers know what they are talking about: they are real professionals, active in the industry. I was quickly able to apply the concepts in my professional life. That’s what really matters!”

Emeric Jadoul

The knowledge needed to develop my skills

“I am delighted to have taken the training in User Experience Design & Research. It is very complete! The different modules are given by professionals with a lot of experience, which makes the training very practical and concrete. She gave me the knowledge to develop my marketing skills towards UX Research and the Digital sector. Thanks to this training, I was able to lead UX projects within my company, AXA, and then take the lead of a team of UX researchers.”

Tina Turay-Benoit

Much more in-depth than the simple question of interface design

“Excellent training in UX Design oriented towards “the ergonomics of computer interfaces”. The course is dense and the training short. It goes much further than the simple question of interface design, including methodology, surveys, statistics… Not to be taken lightly, because we must not forget that the course is of university level!”

Thierry Willame

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