Learn Current User Interface (UI) Design Techniques
Learn to design websites for mobile phones, tablets, and desktops using the visual design principles of color, layout, and typography.
In this hands-on course you’ll work on real-life designs such as logos, digital graphics, responsive web designs, and more. Classes are led by a professsional web and visual designer. Small class sizes and personalized feedback will ensure you come away with great design skills and portfolio material.
“If you want to break into web / digital design, this is a great way to break the ice and dive in.”
“The Visual Design bootcamp is a must for anyone getting into the UI field. Dan Rodney is a great instructor with lots of knowledge and enthusiasm. I learned a great deal in a short period of time. Very happy I decided to go with Noble Desktop.”
“Classes content is very wide, full of import tips and details that help you improve your work. It's totally worth it!”
“Having some knowledge in visual design, I wasn't sure if I needed this course but decided to take the leap. It was a fantastic course than gave me more insight toward visual guidelines, ideas and strategies that I have already put into place the day after class. I recommend this class to anyone looking to gain more knowledge in this field.”
Completed the visual design bootcamp course
“My professional experience up to this point has been primarily print based so when I learned Noble Desktop had a web and mobile class geared toward visual designers, such as myself, I immediately signed up and was very pleased with the results. The three day course offered an in-depth overview of visual theory, communication design, technical processes, industry practices and standards as it relates to cross platform web design. The assignments were pertinent, engaging and offered an opportunity to learn from fellow classmates. The course instructor was a highly effective instructor, attentive to each student and extremely knowledgeable. I would recommend this class to others seeking to make a positive career change.”
“Great class. Coming from a development background with knowledge of Sketch and some basic graphic design concepts, I was able to relate to Dan's helpful and insightful feedback while working through the class website project. He provided suggestions covering a wide range of design elements - content, gestalt principles, typography, color, photo elements, the overall feel, etc.”
Gained insightful feedback and learned design concepts in Visual Design for Web & Mobile.
We provide computers (Mac or PC) equipped with Sketch (Mac only), Adobe XD, and Photoshop. Choose your operating system at checkout.
In class you will be designing a website, so we encourage you to come with a concept (or real-life project) in mind. If you do not have one, the instructor will help you brainstorm ideas or will provide you with project ideas you can choose from. If you want to work on your own website design project, please collect as much content (text, images, logos, etc.) as you can ahead of time, and bring that to class so you’ll be ready to work!
This course covers visual design theory and techniques and helps participants develop and apply skills to projects. This course does not focus on how to use any particular design application.
If you are interested in learning professional design apps (Sketch, Photoshop, and Illustrator) in addition to developing portfolio projects (which you do in this class), we recommend our Visual Design Certificate Program.
Discounts are applied at checkout (no promo code required) and will be verified after you place your order. Discounts are subject to change. Read our discount policies for more details.
This course is not eligible for a payment plan, which is only available for programs priced at $2,495 and above. Read our Payment Plan FAQ for more details.
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“Great class. I was able to relate to Dan's helpful and insightful feedback while working through the class website project. He provided suggestions covering a wide range of design elements - content, gestalt principles, typography, color, photo elements, the overall feel, etc.”
Harteg Wariyar, Software Developer, Feb 15, 2018
Create wireframes and web designs that can be added to your portfoio. Throughout the class, your work will be critiqued and you’ll get feedback to help you improve your designs.