Interaction Design: Flow
Interaction Design: Flow is an Advanced level course on CAD, crafted by the creator, Diane Cronenwett. This course is an essential base for an individual who needs to excel in his/her CAD expertise. It gives you a thorough grip on CAD, Interaction Design, Prototyping, Web, User Experience, Sketch, CAD, Interaction Design, Prototyping, Web, User Experience and Sketch.
Explore ways to create and use flow maps: diagrams of the steps users will complete in an experience. Instructor Diane Cronenwett discusses how flow relates to creating great user experiences and outlines the role of technology in designing flow. She demonstrates how diagrams communicate underlying system logic and conditions to produce an effective user experience. Diane covers the ways designing a flow takes into account various entry points, exits, and conditional states a user might encounter while using a product interface. Plus, learn the steps to crafting effective diagrams to map user flow.
- Flow in interaction design
- Defining a user’s flow
- Defining interaction models
- The role of conditional logic
- Why use diagrams?
- Diagrams in the design process
- Components of a flow diagram
- Creating a flow map
- Identifying key tasks and activities