Advanced UI design

This is targeted towards people who want to learn, explore and create a career in UI designing and start their career as UI designers and as a teacher.

Advanced UI design

This is targeted towards people who want to learn, explore and create a career in UI designing and start their career as UI designers and as a teacher.

About the course

This course is meant for learners, educators and people who have some prior experience in the field of UI. The course explains in detail about Neomorphism and what trending designs have in common, from interactions to prototypes and motion.

Syllabus

Trending UI Design
  1. New Neomorphism
  2. Roles of UI DesignSoft gradients
  3. Geometric elements
  4. Pastel backgrounds
  5. Illustrations and 3D
  6. Abstract shapes
  7. Dark mode
  8. Elements at an angle
  9. Soft shadows
  10. Micro interaction
  11. Software Tools Learning

Syllabus

Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design

Career Outcomes

Who is the course for?

This course is for students from the age group from 6 to 18 years and IT professionals.

FAQ's

Access to Materials and assignments will be provided upon enrollment and start of the course.

Since this is a graphic design course, to complete the assignments you will need access to a desktop or laptop computer with the appropriate software installed. You can’t really do graphic design work properly on a smartphone or tablet. Adobe XD is recommended for this course.
You will be provided access to all the materials of the course and upon successful completion of the course, certificate will be provided which can be added to your resume, LinkedIn profile, etc.
The course duration is for 80 hours.

About the course

This course is meant for learners, educators and people who have some prior experience in the field of UI. The course explains in detail about Neomorphism and what trending designs have in common, from interactions to prototypes and motion.

Syllabus

Trending UI Design
  1. New Neomorphism
  2. Roles of UI DesignSoft gradients
  3. Geometric elements
  4. Pastel backgrounds
  5. Illustrations and 3D
  6. Abstract shapes
  7. Dark mode
  8. Elements at an angle
  9. Soft shadows
  10. Micro interaction
  11. Software Tools Learning

Syllabus

Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design
Introduction to Design
  1. Intro: Why should we care about UX?
  2. Observation Study
  3. Behaviour Study
  4. Culture Study
  5. Product Design

Career Outcomes

Who is the course for?

This course is for students from the age group from 6 to 18 years and IT professionals.

FAQ's

Access to Materials and assignments will be provided upon enrollment and start of the course.

Since this is a graphic design course, to complete the assignments you will need access to a desktop or laptop computer with the appropriate software installed. You can’t really do graphic design work properly on a smartphone or tablet. Adobe XD is recommended for this course.
You will be provided access to all the materials of the course and upon successful completion of the course, certificate will be provided which can be added to your resume, LinkedIn profile, etc.
The course duration is for 80 hours.

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