From UX research and UI design fundamentals, wireframing in Sketch and prototyping in InVision, to basic coding in HTML and CSS, and advice on starting a career in UX with portfolio and job interview tips. An insightful, hands-on & affordable 5-day course run by a professional UX designer with 15+ years of experience.
This course is run by a professional UX & UI designer Sergei Golubev with 15+ years of experience working with Microsoft, Heathrow, British Gas and numerous startups. He founded The School of UX and The UX Conference in London.
By the end of the day you'll know how to carry out user research, map user journeys, create IA, run user testing and more.
By the end of the day you'll learn the base User Interface design principles, how to create an icon font and optimise for touch, make your UI responsive and accessible and more:
We'll create an interactive prototype of a mobile website using Sketch and InVision, which you'll then be able to run and test on your mobile phone. Please bring your own laptops with Sketch app installed on MacOS (or Figma if you're on Windows) and let's design & prototype together.
Basic coding skills for web and mobile, which are extremely beneficial to understand how to design products, which can be efficiently implemented and speak the same language with software developers. You'll leave with plenty of knowledge on how to create basic layout in HTML (including responsive mobile website) and apply styling using CSS.
You'll leave with plenty of knowledge on what it's actually like to be a UX designer in the field, what you need to become a freelancer, how to create portfolio, where to find a perfect job, interview tips, market rates and a lot of food for thought.
Suitable for complete beginners with no previous experience, as well as those who have already started exploring UX & UI design and want to spruce up their skills. Whether you're designing your own app, looking to improve your design skills or change your career — we are here to help you.
Our courses are run at Canada Water Library in London SE16 7AR. It's right outside Canada Water tube station, 4 minutes by tube from London Bridge.