Top Seattle UX Design Courses

  • General Assembly User Experience Design Immersive

    Launch a future-proof career designing digital experiences that power revenue, user loyalty, and product success. Distinguish yourself as a designer by compiling a portfolio to showcase solo, group, and client projects to employers based on UI design and Agile methodologies.

    In-person @ 1218 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA Also available online
    • $16,450
    • 12 Weeks
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
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  • General Assembly UX Design Course

    This beginner UX course is a 40-hour in-person or online program aimed at giving students the fundamentals to succeed in the fast-paced field of UX. The course curriculum covers a range of important UX topics, including user experience research, content strategy, wireframing, prototyping, and usability testing. Students build skills quickly through GA's hands-on approach, and students will build experience with two of the most common platforms in the industry: Sketch and Invision. Graduates of the program walk away with a capstone project in addition to the foundational skills required to start a career in UX design.

    In-person @ 1218 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA Also available online
    • $4,500
    • 60 Hours
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
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  • Noble Desktop UX & UI Design Certificate

    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.

    Available live online (virtual training) from anywhere
    • $3,495
    • 132 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
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  • Thinkful UX/UI Design Flex

    UX/UI Design Flex course is a 6-month part-time program that is fully online. You can enroll anytime and immediately have access to their learning materials for free for 15-days. Afterwards, you can decide whether you wish to continue by choosing a payment plan that fits you best. This course also comes with a tuition guarantee if you don't find a job within 6 months after graduation. You will learn how to prototype, conduct research interviews, create wireframes, and design principles to help you think and speak like a designer. This course comes with a tuition guarantee if you can't land a job within 6 months of graduation.

    Available live online (virtual training) from anywhere
    • $7,000
    • 6 Months, 25 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
    • Money-back guarantee
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  • Devmountain UX Design Remote

    UX Design Remote course is a 13-week full-time program that is taught online. A live instructor will lead the class but you can learn from home. Admissions will assess whether remote learning will be a good fit for you. The course will cover wireframes, design principles, informational architecture, prototyping, and animation. You will complete three projects and build your portfolio to showcase your talents to potential employers.

    Available live online (virtual training) from anywhere
    • $9,900
    • 13 Weeks, 40 hr/wk
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
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  • Devmountain UX Design Part-Time Remote

    UX Design Part-Time Remote course is a 16-week program designed for busy professionals who can't commit to a full-time course. The remote course will teach you how to conduct research interviews, prototypes, prototyping tools, informational architecture, visual design principles, and animation. You will complete three projects and add your work to a portfolio that you can showcase to potential employers.

    Available live online (virtual training) from anywhere
    • $9,900
    • 16 Weeks, 9 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
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  • General Assembly User Experience Design Bootcamp

    This UX design bootcamp is a beginner-friendly 1-day workshop designed for individuals hungry to learn UX basics. In this hands-on workshop, students will work alongside experts to learn how humans engage with websites, discover who the key players are in the field of UX, and work through a design thinking exercise. Students will also practice various aspects of UX, including the design, research, sketching, and testing skills needed to succeed on any UX team.

    In-person @ 1218 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA Also available online
    • $250
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Beginner
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  • General Assembly Product Design Bootcamp

    This 2-day product design course is a beginner-friendly bootcamp designed for individuals aiming to learn the full scope of the product development and design lifecycle. In this hands-on bootcamp, students will be introduced to a range of sessions to provide students with a richer understanding of the product design journey. On day one, students learn UX fundamentals, story mapping, concept validation, storytelling methods, and more. Day two picks up with concept pitched, design fundamentals and heuristics, UI patterns, sketching, prototyping, prototype design, and testing, and concludes with student presentations.

    In-person @ 1218 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA Also available online
    • $374
    • 14 Hours
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Beginner
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  • DigitalCrafts Full-Time UX Design

    This demanding bootcamp provides students with substantial knowledge of all aspects of UX design. Students learn about information architecture, interaction design, and UX engineering; the final two weeks of the program are devoted to finalizing students’ portfolios and preparing them for the job market.

    In-person @ 516 High St, Bellingham, WA Also available online
    • $13,950
    • 14 Weeks, 30 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
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  • Sonic Training UX/UI Design Introduction / Intermediate

    This program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 2 days. Students will learn about the foundational principles of user experience design, from user personas, audience targeting, and brainstorming methods. The second day of the program will focus on design considerations such as navigation and interface elements. This program includes free repeats within six months and courseware you can keep for reference later.

    In-person @ 10604 NE 38th Pl, Kirkland, WA
    • $695
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
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  • School of Visual Concepts Sketching for UX

    Transfer your ideas from your mind’s eye to your sketch pad in this twelve-hour UX Sketching course. Rough sketching is an excellent way for digital designers to better manage their workflow. Specific topics include the link between sketching and the UX process, common sketching techniques, storyboard creation, communication through whiteboard sketches, and interdisciplinary tips.

    In-person @ 2300 7th Ave, Seattle, WA
    • $425
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekends
    • Intermediate
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  • School of Visual Concepts Figma Fundamentals

    Get to know Figma, one of the most practical prototyping tools available, in this beginner-level, four-hour class. This cloud-based platform is easy to use and therefore accessible to almost all front-end developers. Through a combination of live instruction, class discussions, and hands-on learning, participants explore topics like Figma design tools, workflow management tools, collaboration, reviews, plugins, importing data, and exporting files.

    In-person @ 2300 7th Ave, Seattle, WA
    • $425
    • 4 Hours
    • Weekends
    • Beginner
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  • School of Visual Concepts Writing for User Experience

    Learn to empower users to take full advantage of all your website’s or app’s features in this fifteen-hour beginner user experience (UX) writing course. Participants learn how to compose copy which efficiently communicates key usage points with most users. Specific topics include selecting a voice, directing users to certain functions and features, helping users recover from error messages, writing with voice command functions in mind, and synthesizing research and other UX areas into your writing.

    In-person @ 2300 7th Ave, Seattle, WA
    • $525
    • 15 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
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  • School of Visual Concepts User Experience Certificate Program

    Pivot your career path with this fifty-week user experience certificate program. Participants master necessary UX skills, build their portfolios, become certified, and make career connections. Foundational courses in this certification program include a user research overview, including research types and harvesting results, designer soft skills, such as collaboration and negotiation, and information architecture, including organizational schemes and documentation methods. Participants then move on to UX writing, interaction design, UX visual design, usability testing, and UX sketching. Instruction concludes with a capstone course, design fundamentals workshop, intensive case study, presentation skills, and a design portfolio lab.

    In-person @ 2300 7th Ave, Seattle, WA
    • $9,960
    • 50 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
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  • School of Visual Concepts Usability Testing
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    Quickly and effectively identify design flaws with the tools you acquire in this fifteen-hour intermediate class. Participants learn to utilize this safety net and ensure that consumers respond favorably to website and app features. Specific topics include an end-to-end usability study overview, test plan selection, testing methods, results communication, and special testing variations.

    In-person @ 2300 7th Ave, Seattle, WA
    • $575
    • 15 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
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  • School of Visual Concepts UXCP Capstone Project
    Not currently offered

    Add the finishing touches to your UX design skills in this intermediate, 33-hour course. Instruction focuses on solving the real-world digital problems of two or more local organizations through both individual and group projects. Specific topics include developing the creative brief, setting team parameters, data collection, validating conclusions, presenting these conclusions, and developing a follow up plan.

    In-person @ 2300 7th Ave, Seattle, WA
    • $745
    • 33 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
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  • School of Visual Concepts High-Performance UX Writing Half-Day Workshop
    Not currently offered

    Take your UX writing skills to the next level in this three-hour intermediate course. Words are just as important as images, and this fast-paced workshop makes you a better UX wordsmith, based on voice charts and usability principles. Through a combination of class discussions, live instruction, and hands-on learning, participants examine subjects like leveraging business and UX principles to improve writing results, applying usability criteria to select the right words, improving existing text, using the right voice for new text, making targeted improvements, and getting other stakeholders on board.

    In-person @ 2300 7th Ave, Seattle, WA
    • $285
    • 3 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
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  • School of Visual Concepts Design Systems Workshop
    Not currently offered

    Give your organization’s designs a unified look with the skills you learn in this six-hour design system intermediate course. The right system gives the completed product a consistent look while preserving and celebrating individual creativity. So, this course teaches individual designers to work creatively within certain parameters. Specific topics include examples of the best design systems, contrasting a pattern library and a design system, UI auditing, design methodology, and the future of design systems.

    In-person @ 2300 7th Ave, Seattle, WA
    • $425
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekends
    • Intermediate
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