Learn how to design mobile apps that users love—and that also meet your business goals. In this video course, user experience (UX) expert and designer Paul McAleer takes you step-by-step, explaining techniques that will help you research, plan, design, and test your app. You’ll learn how to approach content strategy, build efficient user interfaces, and present your project effectively to stakeholders.
Learn information architecture fundamentals and how they are best applied in a mobile context, including sitemaps and taxonomies
Dive into practical ways to address mobile from a design perspective, including Responsive Web Design
Build a UI that includes individual widgets, tap targets, gestures, page flows, and page structures, animation, and interactivity
Understand overall trends that affect mobile content, including text, video, and audio
Examine hardware and software tools available for usability testing
Learn structure, presentation style, and recommended best practices for communicating your design to stakeholders
Paul McAleer has over 30 years of experience in technology and design, including 20 years on the web and digital touchpoints for Orbitz, Gogo, Expedia, and Stanford Health Care. Paul is currently a UX manager at Rightpoint, where he delivers powerful apps, websites, and strategies for brands.
Paul McAleer is a designer working to improve people's lives.
Paul has over 30 years of experience in technology and design, with 20 years of knowledge of the web and digital touchpoints. Over those 20 years, Paul's initial focus in developing high-quality websites zoomed in on creating thoughtful interfaces and, later still, defining holistic strategies and experiences for people, non-profits, and companies you've almost certainly heard of – like Orbitz, Gogo, Expedia, UnitedHealthcare, and Stanford Hospital & Clinics. Paul has also led UX teams, helping people become experts in their professions.
In his current work, Paul sees design thinking as a tool to make us better humans. Paul is a UX Manager at Rightpoint, where he delivers powerful apps, websites, and strategies for brands. His work at Rightpoint includes deep user research, roadmaps, prototypes, and running collaborative workshops with clients.