Course Description:
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.

Course Skills:
• 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.
Career Definitions:
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

UI/UX workflow

Discovery phase

UX strategy planning

Wire frames

UI design

How to create gorgeous presentation fast

Introduction to user experience (UX)

Difference between UI and UX design

Training Fee

Course Fee – ₦80,000


The duration of the course is 2 months


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