Learn How User Experience Design and Branding Work Together
Created by: Jamal Nichols
Produced in 2018
What you will learn
- By the end of this course, you will be able to explain what a brand is
- You will understand what takes a brand from good to great
- You will be able to articulate the differences between brand and UX, and understand how Brand influences the entire design process
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By the end of this class, you will be able to explain what a brand is, what makes a good brand great, and how brand and user experience are related to each other.
In order to accomplish this objective, we're going to first establish the modern definition of brand. We're going to discuss the qualities of a great brand, how a brand has a personality, and throughout this course we'll also be doing some exercises to help reinforce what you're learning along the way.
There is no prior knowledge required for this class. Enjoy!Who this course is for:
- Students who want to deepen their understanding of User Experience and Brand Design
Formerly at Google, BMW, Wells Fargo, WalmartLabs. Run my own design consultancy in Silicon Valley now.
I got my start in teaching helping career changers make a transition into UX by way of a 10-week, full-time immersive program at General Assembly. I'm very passionate about teaching and mentoring-- I must be, because there's not a lot of money in this!
The unique perspective I bring to your design challenges is based on my unique background: because I'm a mix of very disparate cultures (American growing up in Germany), I connect subjects that other designers aren't able to connect as easily. This leads to seeing opportunities that would stay undiscovered if you worked with someone who does not have this perspective.I graduated with a Master's Degree in Media System Design from one of the top universities in Germany. Over the last decade, I've worked in all aspects of the design process at some point: frontend dev, engineering, visual design, prototyping/interaction/UX, product.