Uxcel Introduces Learning Paths & Prototyping Skill Test

The Uxcel team has just added two more new features to its elearning and career platform for UI/UX designers. Meet learning paths and a new prototyping skills test.

Learning Paths

Learning Paths
Build Your Professional Design Skills With Guided Learning Paths ©Uxcel

By popular demand from the Uxcel community, Uxcel has finally released Learning Paths. This new feature allows you to take a structured and organized path to learn the essential design skills you need to succeed in a design-first organization.

For starters, they offer the following three learning paths:

  1. Product Designer: Create a digital product from start to finish, keeping in mind both the goals of the company and the needs of the users.
  2. UI Designer: Build a solid foundation in user interface principles and best practices, and learn to create stunning and effective designs. 
  3. UX Designer: Learn to create solid, versatile experiences that put users first and meet their needs quickly and efficiently.

Prototyping Skill Test

Prototyping Skill Test
Test Your Knowledge Of Prototyping Theory And Its Best Practices ©Uxcel

Prototypes are the backbone of UX design and serve as the foundation for all usability testing. They range from low fidelity to high fidelity and can be used throughout the product design lifecycle.

With the new Prototyping Skill Test, you can now test your knowledge of prototyping theory and best practices, as well as your ability to determine which prototyping method is best for each use case.

Not a user yet? Get your free Uxcel account now or save 25% on all plans using this link.

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