Web and Mobile UI/UX Design

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Program of UI/UX Design flex courses

Design Basics

At the first stage of design development, it is important to learn how to work with your hands. Let’s take a look at Figma, learn about the main UI components, and create them on our own. We will get acquainted with the functionality of Autolayout and Variants. And then we’ll create a prototype and a clickable mockup of a mobile application.

Module topics
  • Figma Essentials
  • Basic UI Elements
  • Components, Autolayout, and Variants
  • Typography Basics
  • Grids
  • Prototyping
  • UI Design
  • Clickable Prototyping.

UX Design – Research

A competent designer starts with research. This module is dedicated to the design process of working on a project when you need to research the target audience and find answers to many questions before you start drawing your mockup. We will learn all the techniques and create our own mobile application.

Module topics
  • Intro
  • Design Process
  • Quantitative Research (Surveys)
  • Heuristic Interface Analysis
  • Qualitative Research (In-Depth Interviews)
  • Jobs To Be Done
  • Customer Journey Mapping
  • Kano Model. Features Prioritization
  • Information Architecture Mapping
  • User Flows
  • Prototyping
  • Unmoderated User Testing.

UI Design – Mobile App Design

When the research is complete, you can safely move on to “working with pixels” – thinking about the layout, the location and behavior of content, and much more. In this module, we’ll bring our app to a final design ready for development.

Module topics
  • Grids
  • Mobile Interfaces
  • Interface Patterns & Trends
  • Colors & UI
  • Typography
  • Design Gestalts and Rules
  • Handoff Preparation (UI Kits).

Web Interfaces

We’ll practice working on web services – learn how to make really user-friendly web interfaces and adapt them. We will add another project to our portfolio.

Module topics
  • Scrum Methodology
  • Gathering Data From Interviews
  • Personas and User Stories
  • Product Hypotheses
  • Prototyping
  • Composition and Typography
  • Graphic Rhymes
  • Typical UI Mistakes
  • Adaptive Design
  • How to Present Your Work
  • Project Presentation
  • Design Systems.

Portfolio Cases on Behance

We will create and design our portfolio for Behance. We will learn interesting techniques for working on cases. A little magic, animation, and perseverance – and we have a cool portfolio that you can safely look for a job with.

Module topics
  • Behance Overview
  • Case Structure
  • Trends
  • Case Design Tips
  • Second Behance Case.


We polish resumes, letters of recommendation, and profiles in professional social networks. We work with the vacancy database. We pass test technical and non-technical interviews. We learn how to communicate with recruiters. We pass a real interview. Accept the offer. We go to work.

Module topics
  • Introduction
  • Preparing Your Resume
  • Preparing Your Cover Letter
  • Common HR Interview Questions
  • Creating Your LinkedIn Profile
  • Other Profiles
  • Creating Your Djinni Profile
  • How to Apply for a Job in the Right Way
  • How to Find Vacancies
  • How to Find Recruiters’ Contacts
  • Interview Preparation

HTML + CSS Basics

In this module, you will learn the basic constructs of the HTML markup language and the CSS style language.

Module topics
  • Environment Setup
  • HTML Basics
  • CSS Basics
  • Colors and Fonts
  • Box Model Basics
  • Semantic Basics
  • Responsiveness Basics
  • CSS Selectors
  • Pseudo-Elements and Pseudo-Classes
  • Specificity
  • Links and URLs
  • Images
  • Media Queries
  • Forms
  • Position
  • Extra topics.

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