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Reskill or Perish

As innovations like AI and automation become increasingly pervasive, should the IT workforce be worried? The answer stares us in the face: Reskill or Perish. It’s not like people are not needed anymore; what’s needed are people with refurbished skills.

Designing a new career

A career that’s accelerating in such a scenario is user experience design. All aspects of our every day have been inroaded by apps and websites and programs. For these to succeed, each must promise the user an efficient and delightful experience. No wonder then, user experience designers are becoming increasingly sought after.

Get educated

The first step is to get trained in UX. Before signing up for training, check what you need to make the right choice:

  • What’s the industry buzz about this training program?
  • Is the certification recognized and valued by employers?
  • Is the training relevant to real-world scenarios?
  • What experience do the instructors bring in?
  • Will it help launch your UX career?

Dr. Eric Schaffer (CEO, Author Institutionalization of UX).

"CUA provides concrete validation of your user-centered design process. You can certify both your usability practice and your product, application, and website designs."

About CUA Program

Immersive. Flexible. Challenging.

UX Foundations

(2 days)

This course teaches you how to apply the key understandings about human vision, intellect, memory, and motor functions directly to design decisions.

User Centered Analysis

(3 days)

In User Centered Analysis and Conceptual Design course, you'll learn the methods of analyzing user requirements.

Web & Application Design

(3 days)

You will learn how to create winning websites that balance user performance and visual appeal.

Practical Usability Testing

(2 days)

This course provides practical techniques to help you design in accordance with the user's needs, limitations, mental models, and cognitive styles.

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Eligibility

Usability practitioners, website/intranet developers, application developers, interface designers, project managers— with the desire to explore and apply scientific usability research to their practical, daily work.

Student Perspective

User1

"I truly think that UX is becoming more strategy-based, and that this is the trend of the future."

Stanley Brown

Usability Consultant
Home Depot

User2

"At the end of the day, design is about people, not about the cloud or the latest code, or software."

Sharon Forbes

User Experience Product , Analysis Coordinator
Ultimate Software

User3

"Being positioned as I currently am to make life easier for a wide variety of people while doing what I love brings me great satisfaction. It validates my work and allows me to impact lives in ways I never could have imagined."

Wes Lewis

User Experience Lead
Booz Allen Hamilton

User4

"It’s a great feeling leaving a room after a UX strategy session thinking, wow, we just made some decisions that are going to ensure success for our users. Those decisions ultimately contribute back to our company in a very positive way. I find that when your users are successful, your company will likely be successful too."

Kara Pastour

Digital Experience Manager
Principal Financial Group

User5

"It’s not just my opinion, there is research, and these are the way things are designed today for a reason, not just me making them up."

Amanda Messer

Usability & UI Specialist
Hyland Software, Inc

User6

"I could identify when something looked good and felt right as everybody was happy with my designs, but I didn’t realize there was a science behind web design."

Jeff Werness

Fomer Digital Creative Director
Verizon Wireless

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How HFI Uses Information

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Disclosure of Information

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