Each cohort has limited spots available
Part-time (15-20 hours/week) commitment for 12 weeks
Registration Jan 29 - Feb 4, 2018
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Average Salary Increase
With the average salary lift of $2,200/month, you can recoup the tuition in about a month when you land your first full-time job
Individuals who are interested in UX design as a career choice ready to make a transition into the field
Designers working in print/visual media who want to add UX skills to become a fully fledged UX designer
Students who want to get a head start on launching a career by building a portfolio and preparing for a job search
Learn all key UX concepts by doing hands-on projects anytime, anywhere online
Weekly meetings with a mentor to ask any questions and get personalized feedback on your assignments
Instructions on building a showcase-ready portfolio website with multiple UX design projects
Positioning, resume writing, networking strategy and job interviews
Weekly group meetings with your peers to discuss the week's topic and get group feedback
Ongoing career guidance up to 6 months after graduation to help you land a job
Reach like-minded classmates and expert instructors through our Slack community 24/7 for any questions
Digital certificate you can add work samples and showcase on your resume and social media
Our curriculum is designed to build a complete online portfolio by the end of the course. When you are working on assignments, you are creating portfolio pieces.
For career changers, career preparation is as important as learning the topic. You can learn how to leverage what you already have to successfully make a career transition.
Student Outcome Reports are published periodically so you can see how our graduates are doing. The reports are based on voluntary surveys provided by our students.
Your personal passion project. Many students try to solve an issue they care about by creating a digital solution. It can be a website or web or mobile based solution.
Redesign of a well-known product. Choose a different medium than the first project. For example, if your first project is a website, select a mobile app to improve.
A concept design outside of web or mobile, such as a product that uses VR technology. Use any media to convey your ideas like sketches or an interactive prototype.
Here are the industry standard tools we cover in the course. You can choose one of the tools in each category or choose something that's not on this list. You have freedom to go with any tool that speaks to you.
I don’t have any experience. Can I still take the course?
Yes, we believe anyone can learn user experience design and start a career. You are required to have 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.
Do you have a payment plan?
Yes, if you take advantage of our payment plan, the total tuition will be $2,500, which you can pay in 4 installments. The first payment will be due upon enrollment.
How many hours of work should I anticipate in a week?
You should expect to spend about 15-20 hours a week.
How many projects will I have?
You'll have at least three projects by taking this course. (your personal passion project and two short case studies) Please see Class Projects for more information.
What are the fine prints?
You can read the details of the course policies on UX Design Intensive Program Policies, including course completion requirements and other class rules.
What if I have to cancel?
If you need to leave the program for any reason, you can cancel within two weeks and get a full refund. If you leave after the first 2 weeks, you will receive a prorated refund based on the number of weeks you have spent in the program. Non-refundable $100 fees apply to the payment plan.
What if I can’t finish within 12 weeks?
We understand things happen sometimes. If you can’t keep up with the given course schedule, you can transfer to a future class or cancel and get a prorated refund.
Do I have to buy any software?
Yes, you'll need to purchase software of your choice. Most of the recommended industry standard tools have a 15 to 30-day trial or a free account with some limitations. We recommend trying them out first through a trial period. More guidance on software will be provided when you sign up.
Do I get access to the content even after I graduate?
Yes, you'll have lifetime access to the content, including all future updates.