Android Design: Master UI/UX Techniques and Material Design
Android Design: Master UI/UX Techniques and Material Design. Start Designing Mobile Apps from Scratch by Using UI and UX Techniques and Android Material Design Guidelines
The name of this course is Android Design: Master UI/UX Techniques and Material Design. The knowledge you will get with this indescribable online course is astonishing. Start Designing Mobile Apps from Scratch by Using UI and UX Techniques and Android Material Design Guidelines.
Not only will you be able to deeply internalize the concepts, but also their application in different fields won’t ever be a problem. The instructor is Deimantas Brandišauskas, one of the very best experts in this field.
Description of this course: Android Design: Master UI/UX Techniques and Material Design
Course Description JOIN OVER 1000 SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS WHO HAVE ALREADY TAKEN THIS COURSE!——————————————————————————————–Course content is being updated every week! Suggestions for additional course content are highly appreciated!——————————————————————————————– In Android Material Design: Learn UX, UI & Android Marshmallow course you’re going to learn how to design mobile applications by going through all User Experience, User Interface Design techniques, and finally designing the whole application from very start to the very finnish. Also, we‘re going to focus on Android Design and in particular Android Material Design, which is the latest visual language developed by Google. Android Material Design was firstly introduced with Android Lollipop operating system, which is quite different from the older Android versions. The latest Android Marshamallow OS is using Android Material Design guidelines and visual language, so we‘re going to cover what has changed and how we can design beautiful Android applications. Also, in this course you‘re going to learn User Experience design principles and techniques, which will make your app not only beautiful, but also usable, useful and valuable for the users. Finally, we are going to put everything together and go from the very start to the very finnish and design example Students 4 Students application by using User Experience Techniques, User Interface and Android Material Design guidelines. We‘re going to learn the process step by step without leaving any details behind. But if it‘s not enough for you, we‘re also going to learn a little bit of coding to create a basic application which is going to be a perfect one to introduce you into some of the coding techniques for Android Lollipop and Marshmallow. At the end of this course you will be able to turn your initial app idea into fully functioning Android Material Design based application which can be published to Google Play Store or just show it to your cat. We created this course as a great resource for anyone, who wants to start their own career journey in UI/UX design, especially in mobile design business. Personally, I structurized this course and put myself into beginner’s shoes, with only practical and interactive lectures. Feel free to go through course description, curriculum and I hope that I will see you inside this course!
Requirements of this course: Android Design: Master UI/UX Techniques and Material Design
What are the requirements? Know a very basics of Java Know the basics of Adobe Photoshop Tools
What will you learn in this course: Android Design: Master UI/UX Techniques and Material Design?
What am I going to get from this course? Create mobile app designs from scratch Create Android Material Design apps from scratch Design Android Material Design apps Learn Material Design guidelines and patterns User Experience design for mobile apps Develop a very basic Android application Learn what makes Android app designs good/bad
Target audience of this course: Android Design: Master UI/UX Techniques and Material Design
Who is the target audience? This course is meant for existing designers, developers or anyone who has a desire to learn how to design apps for Android Material Design This course is probably not for you if you don’t like being creative or don’t like designing apps at all