Here are some of the top Live Online schools offering UI Design training, including Noble Desktop (3 courses), Neoland (2 courses), and NextGen Bootcamp (2 courses).
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Founded in 1990, Noble Desktop offers part-time and full-immersion courses on anything you can think of from design and coding to business. Located in New York City and providing courses both online and in-person, Noble Desktop prides itself on accommodating dynamic courses and bootcamps with hands-on learning, time-tested curriculums, and education from top industry experts.
In this certificate program, participants will learn the skills needed to become a well rounded digital designer, capable of designing websites, logos, social media graphics, and more. Attendees start by learning industry-standard apps such as Sketch, Photoshop, and Illustrator. Students then learn and implement design fundamentals such as design theory, composition, typography, color, web design standards, and more. Attendees will learn the skills needed to start a career as a visual designer and walk away with projects they can use in a portfolio to show prospective employers or clients. The program includes a free retake and several step-by-step workbooks.
Learn the essentials of engaging with the user, concept development, and prototyping for an optimal user outcome. Students develop the ability to analyze and share results with a real-world client in a customer-centered approach. Through the use of stunning designs created in Figma and Adobe XD, participants develop the finely tuned nuances of UX/UI.
Neoland runs bootcamps in web development and UX/UI design. The school has locations in Spain and Miami and also provides online training.
In this full-time bootcamp, students will learn UX research, UX and UI design, and service design methodologies. Throughout the course, there will be multiple portfolio projects completed.
In this part-time bootcamp, students will learn UX research, UX and UI design, and service design methodologies. Throughout the course, there will be multiple portfolio projects completed.
Based in Argentina, Coderhouse runs a variety of live online classes and bootcamps in subjects like graphic design, digital marketing, web development, and UX/UI,
This program covers many aspects of UX and UI design, including user research and UX writing. Adobe XD, Figma, and other software for prototyping and presenting designs are taught.
V School teaches fully online classes in web development and UX/UI, as well as a free introductory course for those who want to learn more about starting a tech career.
This course covers important skills for a career in UX or UI design, including visual design fundamentals, research and journey mapping, wireframing and prototyping, and how to prepare for the application and interview process while on the job market. Students will finish the course with a design portfolio.
Since running its first class in 2018, Nuclio Digital School has grown its course offerings to cover many different topics, such as web development, digital marketing, cybersecurity, and product management. Nuclio is based in Barcelona, Spain.
In this hands-on course, students will use UX research and product strategy to devise good products, bring them to life with wireframing and prototyping, and validate and present their final projects.
The Bridge was founded in 2019 as a tech school for students in Spain. Besides classes in cybersecurity, data science, web development, UX/UI design, and digital marketing, the school hosts public events and workshops.
This bootcamp covers the skills needed to start a career in UX/UI design, including user research, product roadmapping, interaction design, and optimization. Students will learn Dribbble, Behance, Figma, and other tools to assist in bringing their products to life.
NextGen Bootcamp, a subsidiary of Noble Desktop, is a computer science education company dedicated to providing middle and high school students with a state-of-the-art education in coding and digital design. Its courses are available live online or in-person in New York and New Jersey. NextGen's programs include hands-on, immersive summer camps as well as both in-school and after-school courses that are customized to meet student needs.
In this summer program, high school and college students will learn the fundamentals of user-centered app and website desig. After learning fundamental concepts for good UX and UI design, students will create their own clickable prototypes to test.
In this live online summer course, high school and college students will learn the fundamentals of user-centered app and website desig. After learning fundamental concepts for good UX and UI design, students will create their own clickable prototypes to test.
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You have several options when it comes to learning UI Design, so we’ve chosen 10 of the best Live Online courses from the top 7 training providers to help you make your decision. But even so, with the variety of considerations including cost, duration, course format, starting level, and more, choosing the perfect course still isn’t that easy.
Here are the key questions you should ask yourself before enrolling in an UI Design course. We hope you’ll find the best option based on your learning preferences and goals.
Enrolling in the right skill level is pivotal. Skipping over prerequisites can leave you confused, while choosing a course too easy will waste your time and tuition dollars.
If you’re new to UI Design, there’s no need to fear. We’ve found 10 beginner courses, with costs ranging from $2,100 to $8,154. The top options open to beginners include:
Note that beginner courses still typically assume basic proficiency with computers.
Live Online training is synchronous training where participants and the instructor attend remotely. Participants learn and interact with the instructor in real-time and can ask questions and receive feedback throughout the course. Instructors can remote into students’ computers (with prior permission) to assist with class exercises and any technical issues. The courses are hands-on and interactive like in-person training.
You can attend the course from your own home or office. This option works best for those without easy access to a nearby facility, and it has become increasingly popular during COVID-19.
If you attend a virtual training from your home or office, you’ll need a computer with strong internet access and any relevant software installed prior to the course. Most schools provide setup instructions before the course, and some will provide direct assistance.
The instruction takes place via a teleconferencing software like Zoom, Webex, or GoToMeeting, and some schools have their own learning portals.
It’s crucial to find a course that fits your schedule. For live online UI Design training, we’ve found flexible scheduling options, including evening and weekday courses.
Due to changing schedules and uncertainty during COVID-19, we recommend that prospective students confirm course availability directly with the school.
When learning UI Design, there are a variety of learning goals you can achieve, including learning UI Design comprehensively, getting started, or embarking on a new career path.
To find the perfect fit for you, it’s important to determine what your training goals are. Here is a breakdown of the variety of courses and learners.
For those who are committed to becoming proficient in UI Design, UI Design Certificate at Noble Desktop covers UI Design comprehensively,. The cost of the program is $3,995 and it spans over 120 Hours. While there is a financial and time commitment, these skills can have a tremendous impact on your job performance and earnings potential.
If you know you need to get started in UI Design but you’re not quite committed to learning it comprehensively, these courses will get you started with hands-on skills you can use right away. Many schools offer the ability to continue learning with intermediate-to-advanced courses, and some offer package discounts. All these courses are open to beginners.
You’re not only committed to learning UI Design comprehensively, but you’re hoping and ready to break into a new career. While securing a new career is not guaranteed, these courses provide in-depth training in UI Design. Many offer job support and some offer a money-back guarantee. Job support typically includes resume writing, help with job applications, portfolio building, and career counseling, but the services vary by provider.
Applications are typically required and many also require remote prework to build essential concepts before the more intensive “live” training. And due to the steep prices (some courses as high as $7,500) many programs provide financing options. See financing notes below but always be sure to confirm with the school and read the terms and conditions. Not all applicants are admitted and approved for financing.
Here are several “career-changer” programs. All the programs include career services (see the provider’s website for details on what is included).
Some benefits of live online UI Design training include:
While there are several benefits to live online training, there are a few important things to consider. You should make sure you have a quiet workplace with strong internet access. Additionally, you should have the necessary applications installed prior to class and your computer should meet any system requirements. To ensure a seamless learning experience, some schools provide remote setup support and Zoom tutorials upon request prior to the course.
Pricing for UI Design training varies by school, duration, method of delivery, and several other factors.
For live online training, prices range from $4/hour to $33/hr.
See the UI Design pricing analysis section to compare course fees.
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Disclaimer & Notes: Hourly rates are estimates only. Courses are not available on an hourly basis. Several other factors that contribute to pricing (such as job support and free retakes) are not factored into pricing per hour. 1 day is estimated to have 6.5 hours of training; 1 week is estimated at 35 hours; and 1 month is estimated at 150 hours. Actual hours will vary by school. Course pricing is subject to change without notice, certain discounts may not be included, and pricing may vary by location.
UI Design is one of the core skills needed to secure one of these positions. See the career pages for more information on required skills, tips for landing a job, typical day-to-day work, and where to find job postings.
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