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UX/UI Design

UXUI Design Course • 10 Weeks • Part-time

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This part-time, comprehensive program is designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in the exciting field of User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) design to become a UXUI Designer.

10 Weeks (Part-time)

This course is designed to be part-time, learning on weeknights / weekends

Your First UXUI Portfolio

Build your first UXUI portfolio with industry-relevant skills within a supportive environment

Become a UXUI Designer

With a practical approach, learning industry relevant skills and a comprehensive curriculm

Start Dates

Upcoming Classes!

May 2024

· 10 Weeks
· Monday to Friday, Weeknights
· Diamond Hill or Causeway Bay (TBD)

Free Seminar

Limited Seats!

Thursday, 11 April 2024

· 2 Hours (Including Demo)
· Tuesday, Starts at 7:30PM
· Wan Chai, 37/F, Times Tower

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Trainer

Kristie Ip

Kristie is a highly experienced designer, researcher, and problem-solver with a passion for building meaningful connections between people.
With a focus on exploring the intricate relationship between individuals, ideas, systems, and ecosystems, She strives to uncover what drives behavior and how it can be influenced and enhanced.
With a Master's Degree in Design Strategies and over 10 years of hands-on experience in UI/UX design, Kristie has honed her skills working with various prominent companies across different industries, including financial services, retail, and more.

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Curriculum

Course Contents

Our UX/UI Design Bootcamp offers a multitude of benefits, making it a valuable investment for anyone interested in the field of design, technology, IT or product development.

  • Understanding the principles and importance of UX/UI design
  • Exploring the role of UX/UI designers in different industries
  • The importance of UI design for digital product
  • Introduction to Color Theory and Typography
  • The importance of Design Thinking
  • Learn the Design Thinking framework
  • Overview of the design process and methodologies
  • Conducting user research to gain insights and understand user needs
  • Analyzing data and creating user personas
  • Mapping user journeys and identifying pain points
  • Creating effective information architecture and site maps
  • Sketching and wireframing interfaces using industry-standard tools
  • Applying best practices for usability and intuitive navigation
  • Applying design principles for creating visually appealing interfaces
  • Choosing appropriate color schemes, typography, and imagery
  • Building interactive prototypes using prototyping tools
  • Implementing responsive design for different devices
  • Understand the collaboration with developers and understand their requirements
  • Conducting usability tests and gathering feedback
  • Iterating designs based on user feedback and data analysis
  • Incorporating accessibility and inclusivity considerations
  • Creative your own portfolio
  • Latest trend of CV and job interview skills
  • Mock interview and presentation on your project
  • Understanding the principles and importance of UX/UI design
  • Exploring the role of UX/UI designers in different industries
  • The importance of UI design for digital product
  • Introduction to Color Theory and Typography
  • The importance of Design Thinking
  • Learn the Design Thinking framework
  • Overview of the design process and methodologies
  • Conducting user research to gain insights and understand user needs
  • Analyzing data and creating user personas
  • Mapping user journeys and identifying pain points
  • Creating effective information architecture and site maps
  • Sketching and wireframing interfaces using industry-standard tools
  • Applying best practices for usability and intuitive navigation
  • Applying design principles for creating visually appealing interfaces
  • Choosing appropriate color schemes, typography, and imagery
  • Building interactive prototypes using prototyping tools
  • Implementing responsive design for different devices
  • Understand the collaboration with developers and understand their requirements
  • Conducting usability tests and gathering feedback
  • Iterating designs based on user feedback and data analysis
  • Incorporating accessibility and inclusivity considerations
  • Creative your own portfolio
  • Latest trend of CV and job interview skills
  • Mock interview and presentation on your project

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Frequently Asked Questions

This is a beginner program with no requirements apart from being comfortable using a computer. They should open a Figma account but no worries, the Figma for Individual is free, no extra cost.

No, this course is design for those with zero background in the topic

It’s because ‘Design Thinking’ is important and anyone who wants to learn how to build a digital product.

UIUX Designer and UX Researcher roles

Who Should be interested to study this course?

The course is perfect for people who are currently non-digital-focused designer to understand the real digital world or technical people to learn the foundation of Aesthetics.

It’s because ‘Design Thinking’ is important and anyone who wants to learn how to build a digital product.

Companies want to break out of solving problems in the same old ways.

Apart from generic UIUX theory, and Design thinking, what’s the job market trend and tips of portfolio preparation are extra.

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