UX stands for User Experience: this is often the process by which design teams create products that provide
meaningful user experiences. UX designers are liable for a user’s overall experience as they
interact with every aspect of a product or service, like an app or multi-step form.
UI stands for User Interaction: interface design concerns the visual styling of an app or website. UI
designers are liable for determining the visual elements (e.g. menus, buttons, icons, etc.) that a
person uses to interact with a product or service.
• Design resources • Designer vs. developer • Skills to be a top designer • Sketching and user flows •
Figma • Sitemaps • Wireframes, prototyping and feedback • Visual design • Spacing and therefore the grid •
Typography • Color • Forms + UI elements • Visual assets • Accessibility • Application design and style
Systems • Design patterns • Mobile design • Motion and micro-interactions • History of the online , HTMS.
Course Learning Outcomes:
Students during this course will be able to:
1. Understand the definition and principles of UI/UX Design so as to design with intention.
2. Achieve a deep understanding of the whole life cycle of design—the process, purpose, and tools.
3. Discover the industry-standard tools and specific project deliverables in UI/UX.
4. Explain why you made design decisions, through presentations of assignments.
Examples of occupations where works may use UI/UX skills:
UI/UX design principles
UI/UX essential vocabulary
UX design with sketch App
A roadmap for UI/UX design success
UX strategy planning
How to create gorgeous presentation fast
Introduction to user experience (UX)
Difference between UI and UX design