Software Design For Non-Designers
Not all software developers are designers, yet they need to keep their users’ needs in mind to create a simplified user experience. You don’t need to spend years studying design to become a good designer; you can easily learn to embrace design as part of your everyday work. To help software developers to create simpler, easy to use interfaces, Software Design for Non-Designers returns to openSAP from October 25.
In just six weeks, you can improve your design skills when developing software. Learn from Scott Klemmer, Professor of Design at Stanford and design experts from SAP, including Sam Yen, SAP’s Chief Design Officer. Get actively involved and complete hands-on exercises, providing you with the skills you need to apply simple and user-friendly design practices when developing software.
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Location and Time
Online course, 25 Oct 09:00 - 06 Dec 16:00