Become a UX Designer
UX Designer is one of LinkedIn’s top five Most Promising Jobs – roles with high salaries, a large number of job openings, year-over-year growth, and that are likely to lead to a promotion.
You’ll learn how to create a digital user experience that is ready to be handed off for development. You’ll start by building familiarity and fluency with design research fundamentals to identify the user and the solutions they need. Along the way, you’ll complete projects that can be incorporated into a UX portfolio at the end of the program in order to showcase your capabilities to future employers.
- 4 weeks of Technical training
- 2 weeks of career enablement
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What You Will Learn
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Why should I enroll?
This program is intended for students who would like to have a significant impact on the overall user experience of digital products, from defining user interactions with a product to designing its look & feel, without needing the technical expertise of an engineer or product manager. You’ll learn how to conduct user research, apply design psychology, and create user interface layouts. You’ll translate research into low-fidelity prototypes, and turn those into high-fidelity designs that are ready for engineering implementation. Along the way, you’ll build a UX portfolio-ready case study that will demonstrate your design capabilities.