Master the fundamentals of product data and UX analytics in this 6 week course.
Working in cross-functional teams is essential to the design process. Designers partner with product, engineering, and business leaders to create and ship the products and experiences that live in the world.
Data-Driven Design helps designers understand how data can be leveraged throughout the product development process. Enroll to learn how to collect and interpret data to design, launch, and grow digital products—and partner effectively with data-minded stakeholders in your organization.
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This course is ideal for mid to senior level designers
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Limited number of spots available
3 - 4 hours per week
Take the next leap forward in your design career. Learn how to make an outsized impact and speak the language of your partners across the business.
During the 6-week online course, participants will engage in a mix of learning moments including:
A mixture of video and written lessons to teach core concepts and demonstrations
Put theory into practice by analyzing and acting on sample sets of data
Three 90-minute sessions to get peer and mentor feedback on your work
Receive personalized critique and insights on your project work
In this course, you’ll learn how to use data to design, launch, improve, and grow digital products. You’ll also practice crafting experiments to validate your design decision-making and create an impact. This course is perfect for experienced UX and Product Designers, with 3-4 hours of course material and activities every week.
Here are a few of the core topics and exercises that will help you sharpen your skills:
Our powerful network of Designlab mentors is our secret weapon. When you enroll, we’ll connect you with an experienced professional designer with a track record of mastery in data-driven design. They’ll guide your progress and provide personal feedback on your work.
The Data-Driven Design curriculum is informed by the experiences of our Design Advisory Board. These senior leaders have years of experience hiring and growing design teams. They know the skills that maturing designers need to be successful today and well into the future.
Director of UX Design,
Meeta brings 25+ years experience in leading design teams through multi-team, multi-year, complex visioning and strategic projects. Meeta has experience in consulting, and in product design for fintech and healthcare. She is also a design mentor to young professionals and an advisor to startups seeking design management expertise.
Former VP and GM,
Lisa is an executive with 20+ years defining and executing product strategy based on human-centered design. She has a proven track record for incorporating user experience into technology offerings at global companies like frog, Philips, and HP.
Product Design Director,
Kaycee uses a human-centered approach to people management as she leads the product design team at Honor Care. She’s previously led a design team at WW, taught advanced design courses with Cooper Professional Education, and worked as a UX researcher at Scottrade.
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What do I need to know in order to take this course?
This course is for professionals who’ve worked in a UX/UI design role for at least 3 years, and already have some experience in designing and shipping digital products. If you’re just starting out in UX/UI design, then you should consider our UX Academy Foundations course.
How will this course help my career development as a designer?
This course will help make you a more effective partner to data-minded stakeholders in your organization, such as your leadership team, product management, engineering, and data analytics. After taking this course, you’ll be stronger at using data to make design recommendations and influence feature prioritization in your product backlog. Plus, with improved experimentation skills, you’ll be able to propose and construct experiments that’ll help you prove the value of design improvements. All of these skills will help you create more impact in your role as a UX/UI designer.
How are cohort discussions scheduled?
Cohort sessions will be held Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at either:
• 12pm ET (9am PT)
• 6pm ET (3pm PT)
When you sign up for the course, you'll note all of the times that you would be able to meet with a group. Based on availability, we'll place you into a session at one of those times.
If these days and times do not work for you, please reach out to us to see if we can accommodate a different time.
Do you offer any discounts?
We currently offer discounts for veterans. We also offer a payment plan that allows you to pay half up front and half at the end of the course.
What is the course pacing?
Students should expect to spend 3-4 hours per week on course work including time for reading, practice projects, and cohort sessions. The following milestones will exist each week:
• Sunday: New content is released.
• Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday: Participants will meet with their mentor and small group to present their work.
• Friday: Participants will submit their projects to the platform. Participants may choose to make updates to their project based on what was discussed in their small group earlier in the week.
• Monday: Mentors will provide written feedback on project work.
What if I can’t start the course on launch day?
Since the course is self paced and flexible in nature—when you decide to start your first week’s curriculum is up to you!
What if I don’t like the course?
You can drop the course at any time and we’ll provide a prorated refund based on the week of of the course that you're in.
Can I use my company’s L&D budget for this course?
Absolutely! If you have any questions about how to do this when you’re enrolling for the course, please reach out via our Help Center contact form for more information.
What if I’m part of a team that wants to take this course?
We’re happy to work with a team or company. Feel free to enroll everyone here or reach out to our team for more information.
Invest $1,499 and grow your approach to data-driven design
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