Intermediate UX Design Course

Our Intermediate course in UX will help you build on your existing skills and give you the confidence to undertake projects you never thought you could before.

6-week training course
15 students maximum per class
Online, once a week from 6:00 pm- 8:30 pm.

Who is the training for?
The intermediate program is perfect for participants with existing experience in UX to help take their careers to the next stage. You will be guided through the key UX techniques to increase your knowledge, including Advanced User Research, Fast Prototyping, Data Driven Design and much more.

Key Takeaways:
User Journey Maps: An important design tool to understand product service interactions from the users’ point of view.
Using Data In Design: Thorough overview and examples of software design patterns that you can apply in your daily development.
Pattern Libraries: Turning the requirements into sketches and wireframes to communicate your ideas
Fast Prototyping Techniques: Rapid prototyping enables you to quickly create an initial version of a final product.
Design Thinking: A method for practical, creative resolution of problems. proven and repeatable problem solving approach.
Learn UX Principals: Identify best practices for research and testing within an agile environment.

Course Structure
Week 1: Conduct Advanced User Research
Week 2: Effective Interaction Design Techniques
Week 3: Design Thinking
Week 4: Fast Prototyping & Pattern Libraries
Week 5: Leveraging Qual/Quan Research
Week 6: Analytics & Data-Driven Design

“I would definitely recommend this Intermediate UX Course to anyone considering pushing their knowledge and practical skills a bit further in this field. The workload is well designed for anyone in a full-time job. The course followed a good process for revolutionary design. I will definitely be using this a lot in the future.” – Rose Agnew

“Having already studied UX Design for 3 years, the course was a great way of consolidating all my knowledge and putting in practice all the theory. The main difference with an University course is the approach, much more industry-oriented. In fact, we worked on a project from the very start to the end, caring deeply about every single part, in order to build a good study showcase. This will allow me for sure to add a good piece in my portfolio.
I think my favourite moment was the beginning of the process, when me and the team didn’t really know where we were going, but thanks to user interviews we realised how much can change the initial brief according to the feasibility and the target availability.” – Sabrina Morellato

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