• 8 hours
  • Easy

Free online content available in this course.

course.header.alt.is_video

course.header.alt.is_certifying

Got it!

Last updated on 1/13/20

Get some practice building a wiki of resources from this course!

Log in or subscribe for free to enjoy all this course has to offer!

It's your turn!

You've learned all sorts of great tools and techniques for staying organized, but now what?! It's time to create a resource library style wiki!

In this exercise you will build your own wiki that will serve as a resource library as you continue to learn more about design and UX.

The goal is that you create a wiki that you will want to continue adding to and reflects your style of working. To complete this exercise you can use any of the following options:

  • Google Sheets (spreadsheet)

  • Google Doc (tables can be helpful)

  • Notion.io (⚠️ the free version comes with a limited number of blocks; the way to get more for free is to share the link with friends)

Wiki requirements:

  • Include at least 4 different categories (the names and titles are up to you! Think information architecture.)

  • Each category should have at least 2 items/resources/tools inside

  • Include at least 5 resources from the course (or other courses in the UX designer path), along with a short description. (Frame this in a way that is helpful for you, or future clients. Don't forget to include a link to the resource.)

  • Expand at least one of your entries to also include a tutorial you've written about how to use a tool or resource. (This can be simple; imagine you're introducing a client to a tool for the first time.)

Optional: Inspired by design systems, give your wiki a name!

Check your work!

Check that the following elements are present:

  • information architecture is reflected

  • reflection paragraph is included

  • short descriptions and links to resources are included

  • at least 1 tutorial entry is included

Example of certificate of achievement
Example of certificate of achievement