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Complete UI/UX Design Course for All levels

By David Okpara Categories: UI/UX Design
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Welcome, In this User interface and User Experience certification course for all levels in product designing and development, you’ll learn from basic to advanced principles of UI/UX design, the Figma tool and usage, wireframing, auto layout, design system, grid system, components, documentations and more.

Design is an intentional problem-solving process focused on planning or making something for a specific use or purpose. While “design” is often equated with graphic or visual design, design is a vast discipline with many subdisciplines – everything from industrial design to service design.

Explained and broken down extensively using enhanced pictorial documentation designs enriched with project-based video tutorials and lots of well-structured and interactive quizzes to enhance your learning experience. You will be issued a professional certification upon the completion of this course.

Let’s get certified!

Complete UI/UX Design Course for All levels

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What Will You Learn?

  • User interface and experience design
  • Principles of UI Design
  • Design Thinking
  • Elements UX Design
  • Golden Rules of User Interface Design
  • Users Vs End Users
  • Introduction To UI and UX Methodologist
  • Product Development Life Cycle
  • Prototyping
  • Color
  • Typography
  • Grid system
  • Design system
  • Auto Layout
  • Components
  • Variants and Many More

Course Content

What Is Design

Introduction to UI and UX Methodologies

UI and UX Design

Golden Rules of User Interface Designs

Principles of UI design
What then are the fundamental design tenets of a high-performing user interface? Let's look at them now.

Element of UX Design

User vs End User

The Product Life Cycle

Design Thinking

Data Analysis

What is UX Research

Types of UX Research

Analysing Data from UX Research

Research Methodologies and Analysis

Information Architecture
Jared Spool, a well-known UX designer, once quipped: "Good design, when done correctly, becomes invisible. We only pay attention to anything when it is done incorrectly. Similar rules apply to information architecture (IA). When everything is in place, it disappears. It's interesting to note that there isn't a single definition for this "science of order" that specialists can all agree upon. But they all concur that, in one way or another, good content organization is the profession of information architecture. IA's past dates back to the time of ancient Egypt. The Alexandrian Library's collection was cataloged by librarians on a 120-scroll bibliography. The idea was the same; it was just common sense at the time and wasn't known as information architecture. People were clearly paying attention and stood up, as was evident. The role of information architects, UX designers, interface designers, and content managers is more crucial than ever in the so-called information age. The web would fall into disarray without them. So, where do you start?

Introduction to Figma

Design Proper – Color Theory


The Grid System

Auto Layout

Advance Features of Auto-Layout in Figma
Other advanced Auto Layout options, referred to by Figma as "Advance layout," can be accessed by clicking the (...) three-dot icon in the Auto-Layout panel. Let's quickly go over their features.

Mockups are sometimes mistaken for prototypes by designers, which can be perplexing to people who know better. Prototypes are also neither a collection of sketches or a prelaunch interface with every pixel in place. Let's have a dive!

Design System

Let’s Design an App

Let’s Design A Website

Examinations, Project and Certificates

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