Learn to critique designs , complete user research, and design web and mobile applications. You’ll learn the skills necessary to start a new career as an UX Designer, who typically earns a starting salary of $75k a year.Start your free trial
We’ll teach you everything you need to know to build a strong technical foundation, including Design, Business, Development Tools and more.
We've carefully crafted the Techdegree program to jumpstart your journey to become a developer.
Develop the skills professional developers use every day and complete 10 challenging projects so you can demonstrate in-demand skills. In the process of creating these projects, you’ll build a portfolio of examples to showcase your talent to potential employers.
Analyze a website to better understand its design elements and determine which are working and which may need to be changed. Think critically about how the website looks and functions and provide clear suggestions for improvements.
As a UX Designer, you'll often need to convert a rough sketch from a client or project stakeholder into a more detailed design. Practice your ability to complete a wireframe based on a simple template.
Create a user research plan to gather feedback and data from your target audience. Analyze the data to determine an overall problem, or pain point, you will focus on solving.
Interactions in an app take time to code and can be difficult to change once implemented. It's much better to start with a clear design before jumping into code. This project will practice your ability to prototype apps.
Determine the stakeholder and audience for a project then create a wireframe of a single website screen using UX design patterns. Explain your choices and design decisions to your client.
Utilize card sorting to determine how users will flow through a website or app to complete tasks and reach their goals. Pair user goals with business goals to create a design that works for both parties.
The first idea usually isn't the best. Iteration and taking an idea further is a key part of design. Practice your ability to improve your existing ideas and then explain your choices.
Create a brand personality matching a company’s brand identity and values. Use the brand personality to create content for a webpage to improve the user experience.
Complete a usability test to gather feedback on a prototype. Analyze the feedback and determine next steps.
Utilize user experience design principles to create a portfolio of your work.
You will learn from the best teachers in the industry through our interactive video courses and workshops. In addition, you’ll receive project reviews and feedback on your work, as well as access to our exclusive Slack community, where you can work directly with other students on problems you’re solving.