• Cost
    For pricing, call 612-424-8605
  • Format
    Fully online
  • Time to Complete
    Part time, 24 weeks
  • Funding Resources

UX/UI Boot Camp Overview

Step into the creative, lucrative field of user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design through this immersive UX/UI bootcamp.

With millions of people interacting online with retailers and services, expecting intuitive and seamless experiences, it's no wonder talented UX/UI designers are in such demand. Earn your UX/UI design certificate and meet the growing need for user-centric design expertise.

User experience researcher and user interface designer are among the best jobs in America in terms of salary and growth, according to CNN Money.

What You Will Learn

In the University of Minnesota UX/UI Boot Camp, you will:

  • get hands-on training in user-centric design research, design thinking, visual prototyping and wireframing, interface design, storyboarding, visual design theory, web prototyping with HTML5 and CSS, interaction design with JavaScript and jQuery, and more.
  • develop a comprehensive portfolio of projects ranging from sketches to mobile-responsive web layouts.
    gain fundamental skills that are workforce-ready.
  • benefit from a wide range of career services to help equip you for success.
  • be able to maintain your current work or school schedule while completing this program, which meets evenings and weekends.

Careers in UX/UI

UX/UI design demonstrates the transformative power of technology on user experience, leveraging creative innovation to unlock potential across digital touchpoints. Professionals create frictionless interfaces and intuitive pathways for users to achieve their goals on virtual or mobile platforms.

When you earn a UX/UI certificate, you'll increase your level of employability for roles such as:

  • UX Designer: Craft the overall feel of the digital product to ensure a seamless user experience.
  • UI Designer: Focus on the product's aesthetics and interactivity from a user's point of view.
  • UX Researcher: Investigate user behaviors and motivations through observation techniques, task analysis, and other feedback methodologies.
  • Interaction Designer: Specialize in crafting engaging interfaces with well-thought-out behaviors.
  • Information Architect: Organize information and content in a manner that is navigable and understandable to users.
  • Visual Designer: Concentrate on the branding and graphic development aspects of the user interface.
    Product Designer: Serve in a hybrid role that encompasses UX, UI, and sometimes even front-end development to enhance product usability.

Join our UX/UI design boot camp. Learn how to craft visually enticing, user-friendly designs that make an impact.

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