Become a UI/UX Designer – Learn the Skills & Get the Job
A complete guide to kick start your career as UI/UX Designer. Here you can learn UI and UX basics and UI design, Adding Interactiveness, Prototyping, Design Thinking and Design Tools.
July 24, 2018 (6 Hours - 2 Hours/Session)
An Entrepreneur, Educator and UI/UX Expert. Tulasi has a profound experience of over 6 years dealing with projects involving complex User Interfaces and Experiences. Besides, he is an expert hand at WordPress Core Development and runs an Interactive Design Studio called DevForce Soft Labs based out of Hyderabad, India.
Course Description and Curriculum
- Who can take this course?
What is UI Designing?
- Anatomy of Great Web Design
- Hierarchy in Design with Typography
- Wire framing and Prototyping Tools
- Eye Tracking
- Interface Elements
- UI Patterns
- Modern Day designs
- Google Material Design
- Mobile Layouts
What is UX Designing?
- Principles of great UX Design
- Great layout for effective design
- The F Pattern
- Eye Tracking
- KISS Principle
- Heat Map
- Testing Tools
- Color Combinations and Rules
- Know your user
- Customer Language
- Mobile Experience
- Mini Project
Frequently Asked Questions
What Will I learn in this course?
- Understanding UI and UX it self
- Differences between UI and UX
- Tools and Process of UI and UX Design
- Learn the foundation and nature of UX Design
- Learn the Basic User Interface Fundamentals
- Understand UI and UX Design Better
- Process to start first career as UI Designer
What the requirements for this course?
- Self Confidence and creativity
- Patience and willingness to learn
- Computer and Internet Connection
How important is to learn UI designing for a UX designer?
Every professional UI designer should have as much information as possible about the user experience (UX) and user journey that the team intends to create. This UX experience is usually planned out based on gathered data, including user surveying, usability testing, and so on.
So, the foundational information a UI designer needs before starting will revolve around the end-user needs and some business goals. It would also be wise to discover the designer’s reasoning behind any UX information s/he feels is necessary prior to commencing work on the project.
How effective is Google’s material design for the user interface?
Google’s Material Design is one of the most influential visual philosophies in design. It’s shaping the way people see and interact with interfaces because of clear design and usability guidelines.
Designers are using the design philosophy in a number of ways — especially the concept of layered interfaces. Just as the name suggests, layering involves stacking multiple elements, like a deck of cards, to create a single, unified experience that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
The idea of layering elements in an interface isn’t a new concept. However, Material Design takes it a step further — combining a tactile experience with a bold and vibrant aesthetic.
How to identify the target audience and goals of an Interface?
You need to ask the customer for an understanding of the user’s needs, not the solution itself. Try to guide your customers to suggest specific features or layout ideas. Come up with the best solution for your work as a designer
Try to understand the priority. A product may have a variety of audience types, each of which has several goals.