Luke is a freelance UX and analytics consultant who specialises in making websites and apps easier to use. Luke works part-time as the conversion services director at marketing and optimisation agency Fresh Egg and is the author of Researching UX: Analytics. He’s a brightonSEO veteran and is back running UX focussed training for the second time.
Who should attend this course?
This introductory course aims to make UX accessible and will be perfect for you if you have a broad marketing background and want to better understand UX and learn how to improve the usability of your sites. It’s not the right course for you if you’re already a hardcore UX specialist.
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User Experience is playing an increasingly important role in SEO and other marketing disciplines. This course will help demystify UX for people working in marketing, as well as give practical tips on how to improve the usability of the websites that you work on.
Throughout the day, we’ll cover:
- What UX is, and why it matters
- What processes are used by UXers
- How good UX can positively impact your SEO
- How you can use UX tools and techniques to improve your website
Detailed Course Outline:
UX for marketers training agenda:
10:00 – 11:30 — An intro to UX
- What is UX?
- Why is UX important?
- How you can get involved
- Dealing with UXers
11:30 – 11:45 Coffee Break
11:45 – 13:00 Common UX methods
- Analytics for UX
- User testing
- Stakeholder interviews
- Design psychology
- Personas (marketing Vs. design)
- Measuring UX
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:00 UX for SEO
- Why UX matters
- Dispelling myths
- Quick wins
- Where landing pages sit in the User’s Experience
- Consistency of messaging
14:00 – 15:00 UX for conversions
- Differences between UX and CRO
- Common CRO methods
- Measuring results
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