Web Page UX Design

Designing successful web pages based on content priority, visual design, and the right page components to meet objectives.

The web page is the most basic and foundational unit of the web.  Often we spend a lot of time designing complex website elements such as navigation and user journeys, without ever evaluating the effectiveness of the individual pages themselves. 

In this course, we dissect page design and the design decisions that influence the extent to which a page performs for users and your business. We will discuss in detail common page types and the design considerations that contribute to their success. Some of these concepts include: guiding the user to important content through visual design, appropriate use of imagery, and choosing effective layouts.

"If you want to learn how to clean up your web pages to attract more viewers this course will help a lot! You do not want to overload consumers, clean and clear is key!"

Samantha Spacone, Graphic Designer
PromGirl, LLC

Please note: This course focuses on web page design for the general public, and does not cover interactive tools or web-based applications. If you are designing web applications, please consider our course on Application Design for Web and Desktop.

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UX Certification Credit

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