• UX / UI Design: Introduction Guide to Intuitive Design and User-Friendly Experience

  • By: Steven Branson
  • Narrated by: Chad Shoppa
  • Length: 3 hrs and 35 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Do you wish to become an expert in UX/UI Design even if you've not developed anything yet? Then keep reading.

According to Linkedin, UX/UI Design is in the top 10 skills that companies need the most in 2020. Why? because being able to create a great user experience is crucial for every business.

This guide will help you to improve your ability to create user-friendly products and learning all the secrets of a user interface design that sells.

Do you want to improve your UX/UI skills and understand better user needs to complete every task ahead of you successfully?

Would you like to be more competitive in the market and achieve business success more quickly?

If so, then this is the perfect guide for you! By following this audiobook, you will gain the necessary knowledge and skills in intuitive design and user-friendly experience. A lot of people strive to learn it, but not many succeed. This guide will provide you with a detailed introduction into UX/UI design, but also cover essential definitions, terms, tips and tricks, and more!

Remember, being a UX/UI designer, you are the mind, voice, and heart of the user during project development. This audiobook will help you in surrounding yourself with much of their reality as you can and help you craft the "user voice" into stories everyone has in mind.

Here's what you can discover and learn from this complete guide on UX/UI design:

  • What is UX/UI design and what skills do you need to master it
  • The secret behind the importance of knowing UX/UI design
  • The main difference between UX and UI design
  • What are the essential design guidelines that you must follow
  • How to develop both hard and soft skills
  • And much more!

Are you ready to develop new skills, and become an expert in UX/UI design?

Buy this audiobook now!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

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Dull book about literally nothing

I was hoping for something more listenable, but this? It's like a reading of a boring high school paper with no story, thought and execution quality. It's a paradox, that this guy is writing about UX and Ui, since his book gave me a very bad experience.

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  • lV
  • 11-19-20

Wow

So this book is very informative how ever. I’m glad it had attached PDF cause the reader is painfully awful with his monotone voice. Eventually I had to give up on reading and started the book all over and read it my self. Chad you sucks.

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A confusing and questionable "item"

Edit: It appears there are only 3-4 authentic reviews (all negative) on this book and the remaining 50 are fake, all-5-star reviews generated on the exact same two days (ex: 08-30-20) by people with the same format of names. Buyer beware.

I don't understand what is going on here because this book felt almost nonsensical. Every chapter repeats the same concepts over and over in slightly different ways that only contradict some of the time. The word choices are very strange. It's like the author zoomed over an otherwise normal sentence with a thesaurus and picked the hardest sounding synonym regardless of whether that synonym conveys the same meaning as the original word. The sentence and paragraph structure felt bizarre too. I feel like the narrator was constantly reading from a bullet point list or a table rather than from prose. However, I reviewed the included PDF and realized that the writing was simply structured unintuitively.

I know only a tiny bit about UI/UX design and I don't feel like I learned much during the reading of this book. There were occasional sentences that captured pretty profound concepts, but they were glazed over far too quickly.

The narrator made references to "instructional exercises" that I might have done, and sometimes to a blog, but I have no idea what those are or where I should find them. They were certainly not part of this book, which makes me feel like no meaningful editing took place before publishing this ... "item" ("item" is a term used throughout the book to refer to almost anything the author wants, without bothering to define or explain further).

Having spent three hours of my life on this book, I now need to go find a different audio book to actually learn the things I want about UI and UX design.

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I am very happy with my purchase

This book gives you deeper understanding about UX/UI design, and thus, helps you become a more human-centered designer.The arguments are clear and well presented and the info is compact

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Glad to listen it

As a UX Research professional with a background in marketing research and social science, I truly appreciate this book.The author is able to balance complex academic/scientific concepts with practical business/real-world examples.

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Very good information to improve your performance

The structure and language is extremely easy to absorb as author covers dense psychological and design principles. The way he applies one to the other and describe the listener through examples we have lived through or struggled with really allows the concepts to sync with listeners more easily than other similar books.

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Fantastic resource

I can say that this book brought a lot of real-world insight to how we can apply simple psychological concepts in the design everyday products to make our daily use of applications, websites, and overall technology a productive and intuitive addition to our lives rather than a burden or something inefficient one has to struggle through to get the end result.

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It's a great book

There's nothing I disliked about it. It's easy enough to listen, it's just good. Its not the comprehensive guide on either subject and it's well

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Focuses on the techniques of UX design

This book describes how the lean movement's philosophy applies to UX design.Enjoy this book very much

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Great book!!!

As an UX engineer, I've worked on several teams with all different design processes. This book encapsulated all the lessons I've learned through years of successes and failures.

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  • Prisclica Thiruchelvam
  • 10-25-21

Narrator is awful, almost sounds robotic.

A complete waste of my audible credit. would not recommend at all. Do not buy!

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  • D Wombwell
  • 02-08-22

Repetitive

Extremely repetitive content which doesn’t give a great insight into UX/UI. A waste of a credit.

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  • Victoria Phillips
  • 08-30-20

Awesome guidebook

I thought I was set with my common sense, but this author managed to blow my mind. Even if you already have some pretty strong common sense, this book is a great tool for UX/UI Design of all levels.