Designing Dashboards UX workshop in London

14 Aug 2023, 13:00–18:00 (UK)
London, SE16 7AR
970 SR

What's on

You'll design your own dashboard from scratch + leave with tons of insights on how to make UI of your order management systems, admin panels (and other usual suspects 🥱) relevant, flexible and fast — from visualising information using data grids and creating customisable fluid layout, to designing notifications system and gamification bits & bobs.

Having designed numerous dashboards over the past 15 years — from fintech and energy companies to healthcare and education — our senior designer will share the joy (and pain 😬) working on these, with plenty of examples and hands-on exercises.

😷 Your health & safety is super-important to us. We follow COVID government guidelines and encourage all our students to do so. Hand-sanitisers will be available for you to use. Kindly use a face mask when necessary.

📍 The course is run in-person at Canada Water Culture Space in London SE16 7AR.

Who runs it

The School of UX speaker Sergei Golubev

Sergei from Estonia 🇪🇪 – UX designer & entrepreneur with 20+ years of experience working with Microsoft, Heathrow and British Gas. Organiser of TheUXConf. The companies Sergei worked with

What our students say

We are rated 4.9 out of 5 on Trustpilot 👉🏼 read all the reviews

As a graphic designer I wanted to gain more of an insight into the world of UX/UI design and I was definitely given the knowledge and tools to be able to apply them into my day to day role.


I took this course as a content designer wanting to learn more about UI and UX. Most other courses don't offer certificates but this one did. So it's great to have actual evidence to place on my CV, LinkedIn and online portfolio.


This was a fantastic week of learning. Each tutor was incredibly helpful. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting to start a career in UX and or UI.


I did the UX writing course and it was exactly what I needed. I'm looking forward to finishing the UX/UI cycle with the school of ux and upping this to a 5-star review.


What we'll cover

You'll be completing a project from scratch throughout the day — creating UI design in Figma. We expect you to know the basics of using Figma desktop app; if you're new to this — you can learn it at our dedicated Figma workshop beforehand. Show moreShow less

  • Content: visualising, filtering, sorting, and persisting data; charts, data grids, making it accessible, localisation, contextual help guide
  • Layout: module management system and states, fixed and fluid layout on large and small screens, pinned and floating modules, working across several screens
  • Navigation: launchers, module-store, modals & popovers, quick-action shortcuts, console-based commands, read-only versus editable views, universal header
  • Personalisation: user profiles, preferences, view modes, user permissions, gamification
  • Notifications: on-screen, mobile, email, managing multiple instances
  • Performance: designing with technical feasibility in mind, progressive loading, caching information, making it faster on low-spec computers
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What's included

✋🏽 Live video & real-time interaction (when remote)
💻 Hands-on exercises
individual & group
📑 Handouts & slides
for you to download
🎙️ Q&A session
with experienced designer
📖 Books & tools recommendations
💬 Private Slack group
for networking & jobs
💰 Personalised career advice
(with selected ticket option)

Our 4000+ students come from different backgrounds and countries

Complete beginners, graphic / UX / UI designers, developers, PMs, BAs, marketers. From big companies and startups to independent freelancers  👉🏼 read student reviews

Our venue is just 5 minutes from central London

Our in-person courses are run at Canada Water Library in London SE16 7AR. It's right outside Canada Water tube station, 5 minutes by tube from London Bridge.

How we compare to other institutions

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