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Earn an industry-respected UI/UX Design Certification upon completion of your UI/UX Bootcamp, to further improve your marketability and upward career potential:

This module will cover the following: the UX Design Process, practical applications and roles in the UX job Landscape. At the end of this module, students will better understand how they can be an integral part of a team that designs user-centered products and services.

In this module, students will learn what is expected in the kickoff phase of a project. They will also understand how to conduct stakeholder interviews, how to create and refine business rules, and generally how to plan for success in their project's kick-off phase.

In this module, students grow to understand the importance of data-based research, and learn how to conduct interviews with their customers, how to perform a competitive analysis, and how to present their research.

Information Architecture and Navigation are the two most important aspects of a website. Students will learn both concepts, and identify how to organize a website's contents for best results.

User requirements are the basis of design. Students will learn to satisfy uyser requirements through empathy maps, as they develop user personas to better understand target demographics.

Wireflows help define how users navigate through a product. This module teaches the basics of wireflows and user flows. Students learn to create wire and user flows that are more realistic, one of the essential phases to successful user experience planning.

This module will introduce students to the basics of HTML and CSS. They will learn how to create a website using HTML, which is used to define their site's content. This module also covers CSS, which is used to control the appearance of their website's content.

Design is a critical phase in the UX and UI process. Students will learn to implement design best practices as a blueprint or model of their product, which will inform how platforms are structured and built. This module introduces students to wireframing and interaction design standards. It also helps students understand how these two phases are crucial when designing a website or application.

Students will learn the basis for responsive, mobile-first design, and learn to design structures that will adjust automatically depending on the device(s) used to access them.

This module will review prototyping and discuss its benefits. Students will also learn different approaches to prototyping, types of prototypes and their benefits, prototyping tools, paper or digital methods other prototyping strategies.

Case studies are typically used to showcase the effective implementation of a product or service, and identify how that design benefits users. Students will learn the essentials of case study creation, and the benefits of an effective case study for portfolio purposes.

Usability testing is a way for companies to obtain feedback about their interface designs and further improve usability. Students will learn the overarching goals of usability testing, how to use the different types of usability tests, to how analyze individual KPIs per usability test and how to distribute tests in ways that maximize user response rates.

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Career boosters

If the next step in your career looks like accelerated improvement in UI and UX, we're ready to help. Our UI/UX Design course teaches a wide variety of skills immediately applicable in a user experience environment. Learn how to audit web applications for UI and UX improvements, and implement UI/UX strategies during active application development projects.

Web developers

Web developers around the world are actively adding UI and UX skills to their portfolios, to satisfy clients requesting UI and UX components to traditional web deliverables. Our course creates well-rounded web programmers and developers, who can learn to integrate user experience best practices into any web application they create.

Graphic designers

Complement an active graphic design skillset with strategies you can only learn in a UI/UX Design course. Learn skills in wireframing and user research that can inform the way you design web applications - and the way you continue to build graphic assets.

Digital specialists

Ready to add critical UX and UI skills to your digital marketing toolkit? Our UI/UX Design program teaches you how to leverage foundational digital skills – many of which you might already understand as a digital marketing specialist.

Ui/UX Design Technologies

This bootcamp prepares you to use these top tools in UI/UX Design.


Your newfound skills in user experience and interfacing could qualify you for the following positions.

UI/UX Writing

UI/UX Writing

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UI/UX Writing

Begin a career in UI/UX Writing to create text that users will interact with online. Depending on your employer, you might generate copy for a wide variety of customer-ready touchpoints — including content for web pages, mobile applications, buttons, menus, privacy policies, and more.

Average Salary: $73,000 per year.

UI/UX Research

UI/UX Research

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UI/UX Research

Begin a career in UI/UX Research to collect and leverage data that improve all phases of the design process. Add insight to the client experience beyond what designers and content collaborators can see, by identifying design elements that improve the end of user experience.

Average Salary: $89,900 per year.

UI/UX Strategy

UI/UX Strategy

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UI/UX Strategy

Begin a career in UI/UX Design to create the user interface that potential customers will interact with. Design mobile applications, web pages, and other digital touchpoints that represent your brand's digital presence. You'll influence how people navigate digital products and engineer designs that create an optimal user experience.

Average Salary: $75,300 per year.

UI/UX Design

UI/UX Design

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UI/UX Design

Begin a career or UI/UX Strategy for your opportunity to inform all aspects of the usability design process. You'll inform your organization's vision, mindset, and strategy from day one, by pairing customer needs with engaging insights to create effective user-approved designs.

Average Salary: $131,500 per year.

Free Career Assessment

This assessment will help you determine which careers in UI/UX may be a good fit for you and the expected salary range.

*All salaries according to 2022 Glassdoor estimates.


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Get ready to polish your design skills with our UI/UX Design training bootcamp. From ideation to prototyping to user testing, we ensure that you understand all aspects of User Experience.