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[Online] UX/UI Design From the Scratch

[Online] UX/UI Design From the Scratch
Start date
June 20
2,5 months
9900 UAH
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The central academy About the course

About the course

We have created a basic UX/UI design course by taking into account the requirements for people who want to start their journey in this field. This is a truly unique course. First of all, the student will be able to pass each lesson at a convenient time for him/her, also each student will have all the recorded lectures and tasks within their personal account on our website. Though the student is able to study and complete tasks at a convenient time, he or she will still have access to the instructor and the ability to contact the teacher in the group chat as well as during weekly Q&A sessions, which will give a sense of real-time learning with actual deadlines and group work.

During the course, the student will receive the necessary theory to apply in their projects and tasks which will also help to improve their practical skills.

 How this will work:

  • step by step we will learn the basics and foundation of composition, colors and typography

  • we will learn how to collect and analyze data about the competitors

  • we will work on projects taking into account all the best practices

  • the student will learn how to pass the design to developers

  • we will learn how to communicate and effectively work with the clients

  • and much more

The most valuable thing for the student is that after the course, each student will have several completed projects that can be added and presented in their portfolio. Also, as a bonus, the last lesson of the course will be held with a recruiter from Israel IT, where each student will be advised and taught how to correctly create an informative resume, how to plan the further steps in finding a job and how to present yourself at the interview.

The top students will have the opportunity to start their career as a UX/UI Designer in Israel IT.

The central academy Why is it worth it to learn this area?

Why is it worth it to learn this area?

UX/UI design is a field that is rapidly developing, so the demand for specialists is increasing. Currently, a business that does not have its own website is doomed to fail. Because the market is rapidly growing, the competition between companies is extremely high; this is why information about the company’s products and advertising gives them the advantage.

The UX/UI designer has the opportunity to develop, and work on interesting projects and with clients from different countries. The designer's work does not end after creating a layout, as their work is a cycle of analysis, design and testing of the product. Being the UX/UI designer you will always have the opportunity to improve your skills. Also, another great advantage of being a UX/UI designer is the opportunity to work from anywhere in the world, the main thing is to have access to the Internet and a desire to work.

The central academy Program course

Program course

UX/UI design and design thinking
  • introduction to the course;
  • what is UX/UI;
  • who is UX/UI designer;
  • what is design thinking;
  • stages of design thinking;
  • how to use design thinking in your work.
The tools
  • the tools for organizing the work in Mural and Miro;
  • the tools for Figma (plugins) / Sketch;
  • the tools for prototyping InVision and Marvel.
The composition
  • the composition basics and rules of placement;
  • the composition methods;
  • statics and dynamics;
  • symmetry and asymmetry;
  • the objects hierarchy.
The color
  • the color theory;
  • the work with the color wheel;
  • the color perception;
  • contrast and nuance;
  • the tools for working with colors.
The typography and icons
  • the font types;
  • the font settings;
  • selection of fonts and font pairs;
  • the icon styles;
  • the target icons;
  • the favicons and services for their creation.
The navigation
  • what should a designer do to create the navigation;
  • the navigation elements;
  • the navigation levels;
  • the navigation patterns.
Trends and style in design
  • where to get the inspiration for the new ideas;
  • how to choose the style;
  • user perception.
The modular grids
  • the grid concept;
  • the grids types;
  • the grid construction in Figma;
  • horizontal and vertical rhythm.
The transfer of the project to the developer
  • how to prepare a layout for the developer;
  • the UI library;
  • the design systems.
The wireframe and prototypes
  • what is the wireframe;
  • low & high fidelity;
  • what is the prototype;
  • the prototyping types and approaches.
Adaptive vs Responsive design
  • mobile first design;
  • the mobile versions of the site and adaptive design;
  • models preparation.
The content
  • who should create the content;
  • lorem ipsum;
  • how to choose the right content;
  • the role of the content in creating a project.
Research of the target audience
  • types of UX research;
  • what the audience segmentation is;
  • the data collection;
  • the quantitative and qualitative researches;
  • definition and description of the figure;
  • the analysis of the results.
Project structure and methods of the project development
  • Customer Journey Map;
  • User Flow;
  • User Scenarios;
  • what is Agile;
  • Scrum, Waterfall.
Work with the client
  • work with the client edits;
  • how to properly communicate with the client;
  • how to present the work;
  • deadlines.
Psychology in design
  • main rules;
  • definition of the user's desires and needs
  • communication.
The interface testing
  • the testing types;
  • in-depth interviews;
  • testing at the project development stage.
  • what is MVP;
  • are MVP and PoC the same?;
  • MVP types;
  • the most common mistakes of creating an MVP.
Project release
  • what is a release;
  • preparation for the release;
  • testing and editing;
  • what happens with the project after the release.
Bonus lesson. The evolution of the designer's growth
  • career development options;
  • hard and soft skills;
  • how to earn money as a freelancer.
Bonus lesson. CV and designer's portfolio
  • how to create the CV;
  • how to create the portfolio;
  • test tasks;
  • Whiteboard;
  • the criticism;
  • the job offer.
The central academy Lessons schedule

Lessons schedule

6:30 PM
Mon and Wed (theoretical and practical lessons), Thu (Q&A sessions)

Information about the teacher

The central academy Requirements for the student

Requirements for the student

  1. Own PC or laptop
  2. English - at least A2 (Pre-Intermediate)
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