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School of UX: Designing Pixel-Perfect UI course
Sat 1 April 2017, 14:00 – 17:00 BST
A short, practical & affordable weekend course on User Interface design by professional designers, that covers typography, how to create an icon font, responsive layout, style guide, prototyping interactions and design tools.
— UI design principles & process
— typography (faux fonts, px vs. em, n-dash vs. m-dash)
— accessibility (how to get WCAG-compliant)
— components (usability practices, affordance)
— iconography (creating icon font)
— graphics (formats comparison incl. SVG, ways to optimise)
— layout (responsive techniques, mobile first, desktop)
— interactions (prototyping, optimising for touch)
— various design tools on the market
— designing with developers in mind
— book recommendations
You'll leave with plenty of knowledge on how to create a pixel-perfect UI design for your project and a lot of food for thought.
Who is it for:
— graphic designers
— web developers
— project managers
— business analysts
— startup founders
Suitable for complete beginners with no previous experience, as well as those who have already started exploring UX & UI design and want to spruce up their skills. Whether you're designing your own app, looking to improve your design skills or change your career — we are here to help you.
Who runs it:
Professional UX & UI Designers with 10+ years of experience working with FTSE 100 companies like Microsoft, Heathrow Airport, British Gas and Universal Music Group, as well as numerous startups.
What our students say:
"Great design tips and ideas. Tutor has wide & great experience in the field of UI & UX. A real expert."
"I just finished watching the course video last night, and I learned a lot. I have attended a lot of full-day design training courses which are too high-level and practical details about UX are not discussed. After watching only 30 mins of your video, I was able to apply it to my job straightaway."
"The School of UX sessions have really helped me to understand more about what UX is and isn't and also how it fits in with the whole life cycle of building products. The case studies and examples discussed in the classes really helped to get an understanding of how these principles can be applied to real world projects. I'd highly recommend these courses to anyone with an interest in learning more about UX!"
"Always great visuals to support your talk. Thank you."
The course will run at School of UX in Canada Water Library, just opposite Canada Water tube station on Jubilee Line (2 stops away from London Bridge). If you can't make it in person we've got video recording available.
— Book early and get 35% discount
— Students get 65% off
— Video recording available as a ticket option
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