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Product Design (UI/UX)

Learn how to design beautifully with UI/UX

User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) designers are in high demand and are viable positions across industries and sectors. With more attention being paid to customer experience in marketing, organizations are now more deliberate about enhancing the interface they dish out to customers.

User Interface (UI)

The User Interface (UI) is the point of human-computer interaction and communication on a device, webpage, or application. User interfaces enable users to effectively control the computer, device or application they are interacting with.

User Experience (UX)

On the other hand, the User Experience (UX) is a function of how easy – or difficult – it is to interact with the elements that have been designed on the interface. By Ideating the branding, design, utilization and function of the product, UX designers set the tone of the overall user experience.

Training Modules:

  • Intro to UI/UX
  • Finding bad UI/UX design
  • Design Thinking | Project 1 “Introduction”
  • Team Design Sprint (Empathize > Define > Sketch)
  • Design Toolkit and UI/UX Notebook
  • How to identify stakeholders | Project 2 “Stakeholders”
  • Defining stakeholders
  • How to identify user needs
  • Need finding
  • Interdisciplinary Interaction Design
  • Creating UX Flows
  • Mapping the User Journey | Project 3 “The UX Project”
  • Making a User Journey
  • Finding Solutions & Constraint Cards
  • Sketching Solutions
  • Introduction to Figma
  • Present Sketches, UX Principles
  • Converting Sketches to Grayscales
  • Psychology of UX
  • Figma Grayscales
  • Refining Grayscales in Figma
  • Understanding user testing
  • Prepare grayscales for user testing
  • Design for Inclusion
  • User Testing
  • UI Design for the Human Eye
  • UI Principles: layout and alignment | Project 4 “The UI Project”
  • Finding Good UI
  • UI Principles: Color and Text
  • Visual Design Specification
  • Dynamic: Prototyping Interactions
  • UI Components: Buttons, Icons, Controls
  • Style Guide Analysis
  • Responsive Design
  • UI Component Library
  • Design Trends
  • Presentation Activity
  • Information Visualization
  • Continue final project: UX
  • Delight and Impact Design
  • Continue final project: UI

This Training Is For:

  1. Young school leavers who aim to position themselves for the numerous opportunities that are embedded in the world of tech
  2. Young graduates who seek a career path as a web developer, software developer or as a full-stack developer
  3. Employed individuals who need a side hustle
  4. Unemployed or underemployed youths who feel stuck and would like to delve into a new career path
  5. Innovators and entrepreneurs who seek the necessary skills to help them build new products and take these products to market sooner and more effectively
  6. Business leaders who seek insights on how to automate their manual processes
  7. Individuals who aim to position themselves as a brand and would like to make their services visible to potential clients
  8. Young business owners who want to harness the opportunity the world wide web has to offer for their business.
  9. Innovators whose designers are never really able to replicate the ideas they envision.

Bonus Courses:

  1. Participants will be awarded certificates at the completion of the training
  2. Participants will be exposed to internships and job opportunities
  3. Free support and mentorship after completion of training
  4. Free refresher classes for students


4 Weeks

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Product Design (UI/UX)