UI Design

Course Description

In this Course, you will learn industry-standard theories and methods for developing user interfaces (UIs). This course will provide you complete UI design process from user research, prototyping to evaluation techniques for creating intuitive interfaces. Concepts and techniques covered include structured approaches for helping you understand your user base and their needs, prototyping, design methods (e.g. low-fidelity and paper prototyping), and robust techniques to help you evaluate your design choices. By the end of the course, you will be comfortable applying these concepts and techniques to design an interface for diverse user base.


Most Advanced Course in UI Designing

You’ll learn how to make it easier for people to interact with what they see on the screen – whether they know what to tap, swipe or click, and whether what happens meets their expectations and moves them closer to their goals. You’ll learn how to create and apply hierarchy, colour, contrast, typography, and design principles to design appropriate visual cues, so people know where and how to take action.

Learning Objectives
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Prerequisites

Lessons

  1. Introduction Importance of UI, Good vs bad UI Design, Case studies, Assignment
  2. UI Design Process
  3. Psychology and Human Factors
  4. User Research and Design
  5. Ideation & Idea Selection
  6. Interface Prototyping
  7. Design, Accessibility, Populations
  8. User Interface Evaluation
  9. User Testing
  10. Summary

Upcoming Batches

Month UI/UX Design Time
September Sep 21st 09:00PM to 12:00Noon PST
October Oct 19th 09:00PM to 12:00Noon PST
November Nov 16th 09:00PM to 12:00Noon PST
December Dec 24th 09:00PM to 12:00Noon PST

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