The user experience and user interface design bootcamp equips you with the skills to ensure that the features, functionality, and aesthetics of digital products serves its users. To improve your resume, the program ends with a portfolio-building capstone project.
The average total compensation for an entry-level UX Designer with less than 1 year experience, according to PayScale, is $65,524 (based on 313 salaries).
User Experience Designer
User Experience Researcher
User Interface Designer
The UX/UI Design Bootcamp helps adults land their first job in tech design. The course teaches learners how to conceptualize technical design challenges, as well as the processes used to solve them!
Synchronous online course with professional teachers to keep you motivated, inspired, and collaborating with peers. This course is a lot of work but it's also a lot of fun.
Work alongside a team of peers to design real technology throughout the entire Bootcamp. This course requires hands-on learning through projects, labs, and exercises.
The UX/UI Bootcamp curriculum is a proven path to a new career. It teaches the most widely used technologies while focusing on the exact skills that employers are looking for.
Learn how to land a job in tech through 1-on-1 Career Coaching. Tap into a network of employers while leveraging GCC's renowned Career Services.
This curriculum combines UX & UI Design for a holistic approach to critical design thinking skills that help major brands interact with their users.
What constitutes "good" or "bad" user experience? What questions need to be asked in order to test the usability of your product? Explore that and more as you develop core problem solving skills through human-centered design exercises and learn to convey meaning through visuals. You'll be introduced to user research methods and techniques via relevant exercises.
Iterative design means building the structure of your products contextually. You'll discover the methodologies behind common applications and websites, and learn to evaluate them appropriately. This is done by creating information architecture models, and then sketching wireframes based on your user scenarios and stories. Screen flow diagrams and paper prototyping will provide yet another avenue for you to learn the applications of iterative design.
Setting performance goals, and then using specific tools to evaluate the progress towards them, are another important part of the UX/UI Design process. Your results and user feedback will then motivate any further edits to the design or functionality; you'll learn how to handoff your findings and projects to developers for implementation, and bring all your research together to make a compelling story of your findings.
Your final project will build your portfolio and teach you to use design thinking to work through real industry challenges. You'll develop a design solution that addresses this problem by putting the user first. The result will be a prototype with accompanying design artifacts as well as a robust presentation to include in your portfolio.
"I can't recommend this course enough to people either interested in UX/UI or looking for a career change. Everything about this experience was incredible. Not only do you get tons of help and aid throughout the course, but the end project is an actual job that has you walking away with actual work experience."
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A wide range of resources are help you launch your next career, including 1-on-1 career coaching, live workshops, and details online resources!
Access to top, advanced software engineers in industry gives you the best strategies for building your resume & LinkedIn profile, interviewing with employers, and communicating professionally with peers.
Career coaches provide individual guidance on developing your professional background and finding employment that best suits your preferences!
Surrounding yourself with like-minded peers, as well as attending networking events allows you to meet hiring partners, industry experts, and mentors to help finding your next job that much easier.
We don't want financing to get in the way of your new career. Let us know if you need tuition assistance and we will find a solution that works for you!
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12-month, zero-interest payment plan through EdAid.
Available for qualifying applicants in full-time Career Bootcamps. With the ISA program offered through Stride, you pay back your tuition in manageable monthly installments only once you’ve landed a job making $35,000 per year or more. See how you can access the Income Share Agreement program.
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