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CIW: User Interface Designer (1D0-621)

CIW User Interface Designer¬†is a vendor-neutral, entry-level credential designed for IT, marketing professionals, website designers, and graphic artists. The CIW 1D0-621¬†certification validates a candidate’s ability to design user interfaces, with a particular emphasis on creating user interfaces for mobile devices and usability concepts such as clarity, ease of use, simplicity, and detectability.
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CIW: User Interface Designer (1D0-621)
Test Prep
54+ Pre Assessment Questions | 1+ Full Length Tests | 77+ Post Assessment Questions | 54+ Practice Test Questions
Features
11+ Videos | 45+ Minutes
The exam consists of linear, multiple choice, fill in the blank, fact-based, and situational questions.

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Outline

Lessons 1:
Introduction to User Interface Design

  • What Is User Interface Design?
  • Evolution of Web User Interfaces
  • Current Trends in Web Design
  • Web Design Team Roles and Responsibilities
  • Web Design Project Management
  • Collaborative Web Design
  • Creating a Web Design Portfolio
  • Creating a Plan for a Web-Based Business Project
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Lessons 2:
User Interface Design Process

  • Choosing a Web Design Methodology
  • Creating a Web Site Vision Statement
  • Creating and Implementing a Web Site Strategy
  • Creating a Web Site Specification
  • Publishing a Web Site
  • Choosing a Web Site Host
  • Securing a Web Site
  • Creating Ethical and Legal Web Sites
  • Creating a Mind Map
  • Using Metaphors
  • Creating Word Lists and Mood Boards
  • Creating a Site Map
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Lessons 3:
User-Centered Web Design

  • User-Centered Web Design
  • The Cognitive Psychology of Web Design
  • Personas and Usability
  • Accessibility
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Lessons 4:
User Interface Design Principles and Legal Guidelines

  • Web UI Design Principles
  • Visual Design Principles
  • Branding
  • Legal Issues Impacting Web Design
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Lessons 5:
Color, Typography, Layout and Wireframing

  • Color
  • Typography
  • Layout
  • Wireframes and Mockups
  • Responsive Web Design
  • Lesson Summary

Lessons 6:
Designing a Basic Web Site

  • Creating a Web Site
  • Part 1: Creating One Site Page
  • Part 2: Creating the Remaining Site Pages
  • Spell- and Grammar-Check the Site
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Lessons 7:
Navigation Concepts

  • Why is Web Site Navigation So Important?
  • Site Structure, Directory Structure and URLs
  • Positional Awareness
  • Primary and Secondary Navigation
  • Navigation Elements
  • Navigation Conventions and Principles
  • Creating a Navigation System
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Lessons 8:
Designing and Developing a Professional Web Site

  • Why is Prototyping So Important?
  • User-Centered Web Design
  • User Interface Design Patterns
  • Optimizing the look and feel of a Web site
  • Focus on Web Forms
  • GET and POST
  • Constructing a Professional Web Site
  • Web Framework
  • User Interface Libraries
  • Web Content Management Systems
  • Additional Web Development Tools
  • Web Hosting Services and Domain Names
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Lessons 9:
Site Publishing, Maintenance, Security, and SEO Strategies

  • Making Sure a Web Site is Ready to be Published
  • Maintaining a Web Site
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • SEO and Written Site Content
  • SEO and Mobile-Friendliness
  • SEO and Metadata
  • Lesson Summary
  • Optional Lab

Appendix A: User Interface Designer Objectives and Locations

Appendix B: Works Consulted