@Ed – Thanks, Use Cases is something you use during the UX Design process. As you’re figuring out what to design, you first have to understand what the user wants/needs to do within the app or website. These are called use cases. You can have many different use cases. Once you understand the use cases of a product, you can then design the correct screens. I have a video in my training course titled “User Personas & Use Cases” that goes into this in more detail.
Thanks for clearing that up MIke…this topic has had me confused for a while. A recruiter for a large company loved my work but said I should do more product design…I thought to myself, “hmmm what is product design…I thought I was already doing it”.
I have been getting a lot of offers for product design positions…so thanks for the info…now I know what to work on!
Another awesome video Mike, keep going! There’s one question I have though. How can you use Illustrator to make your interfaces look even better? Except for icons. Because right, Photoshop is the only thing I use/need. I But I’d like to broaden my skills onto Illustrator. Sometimes when I have extremely small sized text, they become pixalated in Photoshop. Can you use Illustrator in a way to deal with this, like creating small text in Ai and pasting it over to Ps? Thanks!