UX Design After Hours is a 10-week, part-time course hosted twice per week during the evening. Each week you will learn a new concept that guides you through the basics of User Experience Design up to an intermediate level.
Individual and team-based projects prepare you to work in a real career environment. Create work to build your portfolio.
We teach the most relevant skills and tools while combining user experience design with user interface design.
Our expert instructors guide your learning, providing you the opportunity to ask questions, collaborate with others and have a personalized learning experience.
You will leave the course knowing how to employ the processes and research methods that allow you to identify design opportunities in websites or applications. You will also learn how to design a digital product or application from scratch, starting with low-fidelity sketches and ending with a high-fidelity prototype.
Learn an open-ended approach to problem solving that focuses on human-centered design and the methodologies that guide the design process.
Understand when, why and how to apply user research to your design process by focusing on the user's needs, behaviors, and motivations.
Familiarize yourself with methods and techniques for organizing the written and informational structure of content on your website or application.
Learn the basics of user interface (UI) design using Figma. Take your concepts from low-fidelity wireframes to high-fidelity mockups.
Use prototyping tools to build an early model of your design solution/product. Put your prototype in the hands of users to identify opportunities for improvement.
Sharpen your technical communication skills by learning how to deliver your designs and ideas to clients while also accepting and internalizing feedback.
Explore the world of accessibility told through the evolution of devices. Learn the rules, guidelines, and practices common in designing for screens. Practice a design technique called wireframing by starting with pen and paper and moving into pixels on a screen. Create your first prototype and see what happens when your designs end up in the hands of users. Use that information to go back to the drawing board and iterate on your designs.
Decide what and how to test with users. Use test results and feedback to inform changes in design or functionality. Revisit research in the iterative design process. Begin your final project and use design thinking to work through a real, industry problem. Develop a solution that addresses this problem, putting the user first. Prototype your final design and prepare your final project for presentation
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