3. Learn the main UX principles and practices of specific use cases


Let's say I am building the user onboarding of my app.

First I will check out how the onboarding works on my favourite apps. Then I will take a look on my personal design collection and then I will start searching for resources on this topic.

What I am looking for at this point is:

As you can imagine the use-cases are endless. There is always a new one to learn more about. So take one step at a time and learn only what you need at each time.

I will create more courses focused on specific use-cases

Resources are scattered around the web and many of them are huge SEO-focused articles with not much practical insights and value in them.

That's why my next courses will be focused on specific use-cases. Here is a list of some of them:

  • Performance UX - How to design loading states and flows
  • UX of error states and messages
  • Information Architecture and Navigation - Create a website or app that is easy to navigate and content easy to discover.
  • Building a product marketing website that sells helps. A guide on landing pages for the ones that love their users and hate sales.
  • The actionable on-boarding playbook

My goal with these courses is to teach you great UX through specific use-cases and examples instead of throwing a bunch of high-level theory to you. Even if I explain you all the psychology principles that UX has, this won't help really you. You need to learn by example and that's what I will focus on.

If you have any topic you want me to cover feel free to get in touch and I'll see how I can help you either by sending you some tips or by creating a course in the next months!