Learn UX Design with personalized curriculum and feedback
Are you an experienced designer with a need to fill UX skills gap? You probably don’t need to go through every aspect of user experience design like a complete beginner. You may be someone who needs to learn specific areas of UX design for your job. This course is designed to cater to those who want to customize the curriculum.
The curriculum covers the entires areas of UX design along with assignments attached to each chapter. You can choose to learn and submit assignment for your mentor to give written feedback. You can also choose to pass certain areas you are already confident about so you can get the most out of your subscription.
After finishing this course, you’ll fill any skills gap you had by doing hands-on projects. It’s a great way to strengthen your existing portfolio by adding artifacts you create from taking this course. Your mentor will leave written feedback as you submit assignments so you can get personalized feedback and improve your work.
✔ Learn what you need to learn in UX by taking or skipping certain lectures/chapters
✔ Get personalized feedback from a senior UX designer mentor to improve your work
✔ Strengthen the UX side of your portfolio by adding projects you create
✔ Flexible monthly subscription
Designers who need to strengthen their UX skills and add projects to their portfolio
Engineers and managers who want to learn UX and gain hands-on experience
Beginners who need guidance from a senior mentor to build projects
You can learn on your own pace and cancel the subscription anytime when you finish
Learn key UX concepts by doing hands-on projects anytime, anywhere online
Written feedback from a mentor to get personalized feedback on your assignments
You can decide which areas to focus. Our program is fully customizable
Reach like-minded classmates and expert instructors through our Slack community 24/7
Digital certificate you can add work samples and showcase on your resume and social media
“For every dollar spent to resolve a problem during product design, $10 would be spent on the same problem during development, and multiply to $100 or more if the problem had to be solved after the product’s release.”
Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach, Roger S. Pressman
No prerequisites or experience is required to take this course. You need a laptop (PC or Mac) and internet access. You also need basic computer skills, such as using a word processor, basic diagramming software, and navigating websites.
We offer a full refund within the first week. After the first week, you can cancel your subscription anytime via your account page. Your subscription will continue until the end of your subscription period, at which time your plan will not renew.
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