October 16, 2021

Course UX Foundation


Who is this course good for?
A course for beginners and people who’d like to start their career development in the field of UX design. The course covers techniques, methods and notions a beginner should be familiar with plus tips and guidance on the creation of a UX portfolio, CV and getting a job in the desired sphere of UX design.

4 sessions, 2.5 hours per session
(10 hours in total)

360 €
– all students pay the whole amount before they start the course. In case there are financial difficulties, please, let me know and we can find a solution.

Students in a group
Min 2, max 4
– we are conducting the course online. You are provided with the materials we’re using in the course. You’re also given homework assignments which take 2-8 hours per assignment. The course and the materials are in English (at least B1 level of English is needed). You can use Figma or another free prototyping tool to practice.

At the end of the course, you receive a certificate that proves you have finished the 10 hours UX foundation course successfully and have done the homework which takes 32 hours in addition.

Course content

Part 1: UX foundation: includes topics such as design thinking process, fields of UX, UX design skills, MVP, OKRs, product roadmap, integration of UX in agile software development teams, collaboration with stakeholders, project scoping, UX deliverables at each stage of the design thinking process, UX tools, etc.

Part 2: UX process: covers topics as creation of stakeholder maps, personas, questionnaires, interviews, polls, research reports, empathy maps, scenarios, user journey maps, user role definition, feature scoping and grouping, information architecture, MVP scope definition, UI flows, wireframes, low fidelity prototypes, high fidelity prototypes, simulators, user testing sessions, usability testing report, design systems, and more.

Part 3: UX case study: includes topics related to UX designer’s CV, UX designer’s portfolio, structure of a UX case study, the importance of storytelling, user testing, describing and measuring success – UX metrics, and more.

Part 4: UX portfolio: covers topics related to review of what we have done so far, work with design systems and style guides, portfolio formats, complete image of a UX designer on the web, how to choose the right job position to apply for and application process, how to get a job offer.

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