Product Design Skills for Product Managers
Product Design Skills for Product Managers focuses on how to build a product that looks great and delights customers. Learners examine concepts that user interface and user experience designers would expect a product manager to have some familiarity with. Learners consider marketing from the perspective of understanding what the user wants.
max. 8 weeks
Estimated time per week
What will I learn?
Differentiate between the user experience (UX) and the user interface (UI)
Conduct a user interview and pinpoint issues
Describe a user persona, why we need them, and how to create one
Analyze the purpose of wireframes and how visual ideas impact form and function
Apply product design skills in a competitor analysis situation
Apply product design skills in a marketing campaign
How will I learn?
What support will I receive?
When you have a dedicated team on your side, you'll never be alone studying at Nexford. Hailing from many different countries and with online education expertise, our faculty provides you world-class support. Ask them questions during one-to-one office hours or live chat , email them any time, and get individual feedback on your assessments.
Whilst you’re learning, you’ll also have full access to the Nexford online library, which includes access to millions of full-text articles, industry reports and key sources such as the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times and The Economist.
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