UI-UX Design Training
Introduction - The bigger picture
Design is a heavily misunderstood field. People venturing this discipline get confused and find themselves stuck. Before starting our hands on curriculum, we’ll clear this confusion by understanding Design from a holistic perspective. Gaining the knowledge, the students will be able to dive deeper into the subject and improve their chances of success.
- What is design?
- Business and Design
- Understanding product design - how it relates to other disciplines in design
- Career Options
- Skills, competencies, tools, & mindset a designer should have.
The Design Process
The most important toolkit for a designer is their Design Process. The aim is to understand the ins and outs of the design process. We’ll focus on understanding the need of a design process, phases, applications, and practice with real world examples.
- Requirement Gathering & Stakeholder Interviews
- User & Market Research
- Experience Design
- Interaction Design
- Visual Design
Tools and Technologies
To be efficient, designers use the latest tools and technologies that support them in their day to day tasks. The tools used serve as a support to carry out different phases of the design process. We’ll discuss the most important tools that are required by the designers, along with discussing some productivity hacks so the designers are able to focus on bigger problems.
- Sketch/Adobe XD
- + other productivity tools like Asana, Docs etc.
We’ll start applying the concepts in real world projects. The designers will be responsible for an entire project where they’ll carry out all the required activities under guidance of the mentors.
Understanding design communication can help a designer achieve better results and let them have a better collaboration with developers, clients, product managers, or users. This module will run throughout the course with a focus on helping the students articulate their design decisions.
- Structuring design Deliverables
- Working with Stakeholders
- Articulating design decisions
- Giving and receiving feedback
Finally, in this phase we’ll club all of this together and help the students find their first opportunities.
- Resume Building
- Portfolio Building
- Mock Interviews
- Design Assignments
Candidates can pursue a UG degree in UI/ UX if they have completed their 10+2 from a recognised board with passing marks. Aspirants from any stream (Science/ Commerce/ Arts) are eligible to apply for admission in UI/ UX course.