Our UX & UI design courses

The courses repeat each month. The most comprehensive one is 5 days long: day 1 – UX, day 2 – UI, day 3 – Prototyping, day 4 – Coding, day 5 – Career Advice. You can also pick just 2, 3 or 4 days out of the full course – we're flexible.

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UX Design, Prototyping UI and Career Advice

4–7 Nov 2019, 1–6pm
London £449–599
Beginners–Intermediate
Learn User Experience and User Interface design plus receive Career advice from an experienced designer.
1 day

Prototyping Responsive UI

8 Nov 2019, 1–6pm
London £149
Beginners–Intermediate
You'll create mobile-first responsive layout using grid system and apply styling in HTML & CSS.
3 days

UX Design for Beginners course

18–20 Nov 2019, 1–6pm
London £449
Beginners–Intermediate
Day 1 – UX design, day 2 – UI design, day 3 – wireframing in Sketch & Figma and prototyping using InVision.
1 day

How to Become a UX Designer

21 Nov 2019, 1–6pm
London £149
Beginners–Intermediate
Career advice including how to create a portfolio, where to apply for jobs, interview tips, market rates & more.
1 day

Learn to Design User Interface in Adobe XD

22 Nov 2019, 1–6pm
London £149
Beginners–Intermediate
Practical workshop where we'll create wireframes for a mobile website using Adobe XD.
3, 4 or 5 days

UX & UI design crash course for everyone

2–6 Dec 2019, 1–6pm
London £449–699
Beginners–Intermediate
Day 1 – UX, day 2 – UI, day 3 – Wireframing in Sketch & Figma, day 4 – Prototyping, day 5 – Career.
3 days

UX & UI Design course for everyone

16–18 Dec 2019, 1–6pm
London £449
Beginners–Intermediate
Professional designer will teach you fundamentals of UX & UI design from research to prototyping.

Everyone is welcome

Our doors are open to everyone – print and graphic designers, UI and UX designers, Project Managers and Business Analysts, marketers, creative directors, students, and complete beginners.

How do we compare to other institutions

Choosing between UX design courses at The School of UX and General Assembly, Udemy, Lynda, university Master degrees and others? Any education is great! It’s up to you to pick the right one for you.