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Intro to User Experience Design

Interested in UX design but not sure where to start? Our user experience design short course will teach you the best practices you need to create effective, intuitive experiences for people.

We’ll cover all the bases of an iterative UX design process including user research, wireframing, prototyping, UI design and user testing. Learn how to think like a UX designer and confidently work on projects for yourself and clients.

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What you'll learn

What goes into a UX design process + how it differs from a traditional graphic design process

Popular research methods and how to turn insights into personas, user journeys, site maps and user flows

How to conduct user testing with real people, get feedback and make informed design decisions

How to create wireframes and prototypes to handoff to clients and stakeholders

How to conduct user testing and turning feedback into insight to inform design decisions

Going from wireframes to design, and creating consistent, effect designs

Here’s how we’re different...

Support that actually helps.

Forever-access to our online Slack community of creative students from around the world, learning to code together, plus a Q+A section on every page. With our team based worldwide, we can support you whether you're coding early in the morning or late at night.

Real-world projects you'll want to create and remix.

Our course is practical, unlike other programs that take forever before you make your first real-world project. We care about design and focus on creative industries — it's not a computer science lecture, you're learning to make projects you'd want to make.

Structured, and flexible.

Our course is set-up to deliver real projects – no bullshit! – and we designed it so it’s totally flexible. While you can learn at your own pace, we’ll be here to guide you through-out your learning.

Design focused.

You don't need to be creative to take our courses, but everything we do is focused on making beautiful sites you actually want to make. This isn't your average code school — we focus on the practical aspect of learning.

Who is the course for?

Anyone who wants to learn how to build user-centered digital products using research and real-world methods.

This is a beginner course with no requirements apart from being comfortable using a computer. If you use programs like Microsoft Word or Photoshop without trouble, you're good to go

This course is perfect for people looking to get into user experience design or who are currently non-digital-focused designers wanting to design for the web or for apps e.g. graphic designers wanting to design websites.

What do I need?

A computer with Mac OS X 10.9 or above, Windows XP or above, or a recent Linux version installed and a broadband internet connection. That’s it!

Want a breakdown of what the course covers + what you’ll learn? Get the syllabus PDF.

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This course is self-paced and you get all the lessons as soon as you sign up

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In a team?

We’ve taught teams of students from large multinationals to small design agencies how to code. If you’re interested in a team discount, please reach out to [email protected].

Meet your instructors

Our non-nerdy instructors have decades of professional experience, spoken at international conferences and have won countless web design awards.

Milan Moffatt

Milan Moffatt

Milan leads all things design at SuperHi, from branding to user experience! She previously worked at creative agencies in Brooklyn and with early-stage startups in Santiago, Chile.

Kristen Altomare-Ciallella

Kristen Altomare-Ciallella

Kristen is our educational designer, making sure all our courses are as frictionless as possible. She previously worked for as a visual designer for Nike and Huge.

...and Wilson

Wilson is our artificially intelligent helper. Ask him anything. He doesn't have any social media profiles but one day he will run the company.