Our UI/UX Product Design program will prepare you to become an end-to-end Product Designer by learning UX and UI design. You will learn the principles of designing digital products such as mobile apps, websites, or software, that are not only visually appealing but also highly functional and user-friendly.
Whether you have zero design knowledge, are self-taught, or are somewhere in between, this course will take you from foundational skills to industry-ready in as little as 22 weeks.
UX Design is one of ten in-demand tech skills, according to LinkedIn, making this a worthy field for any creative looking for their next career move. This program will give you a strong foundation in UI/UX Product Designer skills by focusing on design thinking, user-centered design, and foundational visual design.
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Get ready to design life-changing user experiences for digital products and websites
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Ksh 130, 000
This program comprises five phases. Phases 1 and 2 teach the fundamental methods, tools, and principles that guide the UX and UI processes. Phases 3 and 4 include studio experience through rigorous projects that allow you to employ your new techniques and skills. In the final phase, you will pull your body of work into a portfolio to prepare for entry into the job market.
All students are required to complete the introduction before the start of Phase 1 to have a working knowledge of UX and UI processes. During Phase 0, students prepare for success by familiarizing themselves with the tools and processes they will utilize during the Product Design course including Figma and Webflow.
In Phase 1, students will learn the essential components of the UX (User Experience) Design process, including standard tools, best practices, and deliverables. Students will learn how to conduct research and interpret findings and create the assets necessary to communicate their ideas and insights to other project stakeholders.
In Phase 2, students will learn the essential components of the UI (User Interface) design process, including standard tools, best practices, and deliverables. Students will learn the fundamentals of interface design, including design principles, typography, and design patterns, to create beautiful mockups that are a joy to view and use.
In Phase 3, students will apply what they learned about the UX and UI process to create a complete set of deliverables. Students will begin with a project brief and deliver research-informed solutions using the product design process. Students will learn how to talk about their design choices and communicate users’ needs to other stakeholders.
In Phase 4, students will direct a project from start to finish while exploring essential skills like presentation strategies, effective communication, and design ethics. This phase will challenge students to meet the complex needs of a real-world problem.
In Phase 5, students will create and launch an online portfolio of their best work. They will author a case study that explains the insights and decisions they made during the product design process. This program will challenge students to talk competently about their work and to communicate their strengths in UX and UI as they prepare to enter the job market.
UX researchers conduct research with real users, gathering both qualitative and quantitative data about how people think, feel, and behave. They then share this data with the product team, to help everyone understand the target audience and to inform a user-centric design strategy.
Ultimately, UX researchers take the guesswork out of the design process, making sure that the team has enough information to make data-informed product decisions.
As a UX designer, your job will be to create functional, reliable, and usable products.
You will also be tasked with creating accessible and beautiful interfaces.
You will create wireframes and introduce aesthetics and delightful details into products.
UX strategy can be thought of as the convergence of UX design and business strategy.
UX strategists bring a user-centered mindset to the boardroom, while also making sure that the design team is working with the business goals in mind.