CIW: User Interface Designer (1D0-621)

Learn the UI design fundamentals to create stunning, easy-to-use, and responsive design interfaces.

(1D0-621) / ISBN : 978-1-61691-712-8
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About This Course

The 1D0-621 CIW User Interface Design1 exam is an industry-recognized certification for anyone who wants to pursue a career in the website and app design. This course covers UI design basics, strategies, and tactics, from user behavior and psychology to wireframing and prototyping.

Skills You’ll Get

CIW User Interface Designer is a vendor-neutral, entry-level credential designed for IT, marketing professionals, website designers, and graphic artists. The CIW 1D0-621 certification validates a candidate's ability to design user interfaces, with a particular emphasis on creating user interfaces for mobile devices and usability concepts such as clarity, ease of use, simplicity, and detectability.

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11+ Lessons | 187+ Quizzes | 111+ Flashcards | 111+ Glossary of terms


54+ Pre Assessment Questions | 1+ Full Length Tests | 77+ Post Assessment Questions | 54+ Practice Test Questions

Video Lessons

11+ Videos | 45+ Minutes


Introduction to User Interface Design

  • What Is User Interface Design?
  • Evolution of Web User Interfaces
  • Current Trends in Web Design
  • Web Design Team Roles and Responsibilities
  • Web Design Project Management
  • Collaborative Web Design
  • Creating a Web Design Portfolio
  • Creating a Plan for a Web-Based Business Project
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

User Interface Design Process

  • Choosing a Web Design Methodology
  • Creating a Web Site Vision Statement
  • Creating and Implementing a Web Site Strategy
  • Creating a Web Site Specification
  • Publishing a Web Site
  • Choosing a Web Site Host
  • Securing a Web Site
  • Creating Ethical and Legal Web Sites
  • Creating a Mind Map
  • Using Metaphors
  • Creating Word Lists and Mood Boards
  • Creating a Site Map
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

User-Centered Web Design

  • User-Centered Web Design
  • The Cognitive Psychology of Web Design
  • Personas and Usability
  • Accessibility
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

User Interface Design Principles and Legal Guidelines

  • Web UI Design Principles
  • Visual Design Principles
  • Branding
  • Legal Issues Impacting Web Design
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Color, Typography, Layout and Wireframing

  • Color
  • Typography
  • Layout
  • Wireframes and Mockups
  • Responsive Web Design
  • Lesson Summary

Designing a Basic Web Site

  • Creating a Web Site
  • Part 1: Creating One Site Page
  • Part 2: Creating the Remaining Site Pages
  • Spell- and Grammar-Check the Site
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Navigation Concepts

  • Why is Web Site Navigation So Important?
  • Site Structure, Directory Structure and URLs
  • Positional Awareness
  • Primary and Secondary Navigation
  • Navigation Elements
  • Navigation Conventions and Principles
  • Creating a Navigation System
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Designing and Developing a Professional Web Site

  • Why is Prototyping So Important?
  • User-Centered Web Design
  • User Interface Design Patterns
  • Optimizing the look and feel of a Web site
  • Focus on Web Forms
  • GET and POST
  • Constructing a Professional Web Site
  • Web Framework
  • User Interface Libraries
  • Web Content Management Systems
  • Additional Web Development Tools
  • Web Hosting Services and Domain Names
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Site Publishing, Maintenance, Security, and SEO Strategies

  • Making Sure a Web Site is Ready to be Published
  • Maintaining a Web Site
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • SEO and Written Site Content
  • SEO and Mobile-Friendliness
  • SEO and Metadata
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Appendix A: User Interface Designer Objectives and Locations

Appendix B: Works Consulted

Why Do Learners Love This Course?

The User Interface Designer Course gave me an even better insight into Web Design and User Experience that I didn't know before. The course used different learning techniques (Videos, Reading, Flashcards, Quizzes, etc.). My favorite part of the tool was having "pop-quizzes" at the end of each learning subject to make sure I understood what was just read. I would rate this course 5 out of 5 stars.

Tyana Stone
Tyana Stone
Virtual Technology Group Technician

The course will help you gain an understanding of the critical importance of user interface design. The course provides complete coverage of the 1D0–621 exam objectives and provides knowledge and skills user-centered web design, user interface design principles, color, typography, layout, and wireframing, and a lot more.

Brian Mutai
Fullstack Developer

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