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UX Design Tools: InVision

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/08/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Dennis Field

Released On: 6/9/2016

InVision is a powerful UX design and collaboration platform that helps companies of all sizes create better and faster together. Dennis Field is InVision's worldwide evangelist and training expert. In this course, he reviews how to set up a free InVision account, build basic prototypes and boards, get feedback, and collaborate on designs through various mediums, like share links, LiveShare, and the InVision mobile app. Plus, learn how to get your Photoshop and Sketch designs into InVision using InVision Sync.


Master Common Interview Questions

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/08/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Valerie Sutton

Released On: 6/9/2016

Preparing for an interview can be daunting. Learn how to master the top 10 most common interview questions you'll encounter when looking for a new job. The tips provided in this course will help you craft authentic answers that showcase your experience and your enthusiasm for an organization. For each question, career coach Valerie Sutton explains why the interviewer is asking it and then provides you with the best response. She also provides advice for tailoring your answer to entry-level or midcareer roles. In each chapter, we provide role-playing scenarios to illustrate the questions—and answers—in action.


Agile Instructional Design

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/08/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Richard Sites

Released On: 6/9/2016

Many instructional design and development processes produce ineffective products, often accompanied by delayed timelines and cost overruns. Agile instructional design applies the SAM (Success Approximation Model) principles to training development, which results in meaningful and effective learning experiences that help the learner as well as meet the needs of stakeholders. In this course, Richard Sites explores how to apply an agile process to instructional design. Learn how to start savvy, document your ideas, prototype course content, build your design, and review your instruction for any missed opportunities. Dr. Sites also shows how to align your current process with SAM and become an effective leader of agile and iterative training and development projects.


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