I could learn UX Design from any source on the internet. Articles, Blog Post, Youtube, or Online Course.
When I talk about Online, I love study UX Design at Interaction Design Foundation.
I’m new in UX Design field. I’ve learn from Coursera, Lynda, etc.
But, I’ve found some problem.
The example, When I learn UX Design in lynda, I feel not comfortable
Because it just video. And too many things courtesy / chit chat. I mean why it’s not the point. To the something that I really want to learn.
I often feel don’t focused when learn it. I skip the video, and then close it.
I still find my learning style when learn UX Design that I enjoy.
The other hand, IDF so far is nice experience. The first thing, it is about timeless knowledge concept. I believe this one is something that I really need.
The second thing, Quiz, Score made me give fully attention to learning material so I could answer in the end of lesson.
Also, I find out that lesson is so engaging.
All of that, I thing IDF’s really crafted what user really needs.