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2 Day Adobe Design Tool Workshop

Learn Adobe XD in 2 days!

With Felix-ITs’ 2-Day Design Tools Course, learn the principles, essential tools & terminologies of UX design. This course will specifically help you get hands-on training on all the key features of the most commonly UX design tools. Discover interesting tool tricks to create some fantastic user interfaces Let’s see what you can grab out of this course!

Discover interesting tool tricks to create some fantastic user interfaces

Let’s see what you can grab out of this course!

Start with the basics

Learn the basics of the standard tools used for UX design like creating new files, setting up new artboards, adding colored backgrounds, importing texts, using custom icon designs, and so much more.
Topics will be cover such as: Creating a new file, Setting up artboards, Importing text, Creating colored backgrounds for text

Explore the XD interface

Make the best of powerful tools available to make your designs more responsive and intriguing. Let us help you introduce the components to build a library of design elements.
Topics will be cover such as: Designing with Bootstrap’s grid, Adapting the design for tablets, Adapting the design for mobile phones

How to Import & Edit

Sounds simple? It is, but we will teach you to import files, use default scaling, crop for rounded corners with precision, along with other cool features.
Topics will be cover such as: Importing photos & default scaling, Importing a photo as an image fill (crop a photo), Rounding corners

Play with imported vector graphics

Learn how you can make your job easier by importing and modifying vector graphics.
Topics will be cover such as: Importing & modifying vector graphics, Aligning & distributing layers, Layer opacity vs. fill opacity, Reusing colors (color swatches), Adding a drop shadow for mobile phones

Explore the editing capabilities

Add drop shadow, layer opacity, fill colors, create and edit character styles, create animations… it is just so much you can do when designing a user interface.
Topics will be cover such as: Creating & Editing Character Styles

Turn designs into a prototype

Let us show you how to convert your artboards into clickable prototypes to analyze performance.
Topics will be cover such as: Linking between artboards, Creating an overlay, Previewing the prototype, Making a recording of a prototype

Animations

Go through the building blocks of the entire UX design process while completing your very first app.
Topics will be cover such as: Topics will be cover such as: Create animations

Voila! Let’s roll it out

Learn how to package components for review or for developers, reuse components to make edits and deliver. Topics will be cover such as: Creating Components & reuse them, Hover Buttons, Toggles Buttons, Selection Dropdowns

Time to export

Export artboards and individual assets for browsers and devices in any format, SVG, JPEG, PNG, etc. Know how to do it here.
Topics will be cover such as: Exporting individual assets, Exporting artboards

Sharing Files (For Review, Developers, etc.)

Go through the building blocks of the entire UX design process while completing your very first app.
Topics will be cover such as: Creating Components & reuse them, Hover Buttons, Toggles Buttons, Selection Dropdowns

Popular Plugins

Go through the building blocks of the entire UX design process while completing your very first app.
Topics will be cover such as: Smart tricks to use plugins

Student Work

Our student work showcases the real-world application of the skills and techniques you will learn in our course. Get inspired and see what you can achieve with our program

Our recent placements

Our placement and success stories showcase the achievements of our students and the opportunities that are available in the UX field

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Event Manager (Pre Felix)
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Event Manager (Pre Felix)
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We are proud to have trained UX professionals who have gone to work at some of the biggest names in the industry

Hear from Our Graduates: Real Stories of Success

Hear about Arohi’s journey from Chemical engineer to UI/UX Designer

Course Completion Certificate

Award Yourself for Your Hard Work

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Eligibility

If you meet the below criteria, you are eligible to join our comprehensive UI/UX course and start your journey to success!"

  • IT PROFESSIONALS
    If you are a professional and looking to enhance your profile then this course is the right choice as a first step in upscaling your profile.
  • ENTRY LEVEL DEVELOPERS
    Fresh graduates who are looking to make an entry in IT world this course would be good start to make yourself stand apart from the crowd ,get your fundamentals strong.

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FAQ

The UI/UX course is a comprehensive program designed to teach you the skills and knowledge required to become a professional UI/UX designer. You'll learn about user research, prototyping, design thinking, and more, with hands-on projects and real-world examples.

The course is suitable for anyone with an interest in design, technology, and user experience. Whether you're a graphic designer, software developer, marketer, or just starting out, you'll benefit from the knowledge and skills you'll gain in the course.

To enroll in the course, you need to have a computer and internet access. No prior experience or qualifications are required, as the course is suitable for all levels.

The course duration varies depending on the program you choose. We offer flexible options, from full-time immersive programs to part-time online courses, to fit your schedule and learning style.

You'll receive support from our expert instructors, mentorship opportunities, and access to a community of like-minded individuals. Our goal is to ensure that you have all the resources and guidance you need to succeed in the course.

After completing the course, you'll be awarded a course completion certificate and will have the skills and knowledge to start your career as a UI/UX designer. You'll also have access to our alumni network and career services to help you find your first job in the field."

UI Basics

What are some basic principles of UX design?

Some basic principles of UX design include user-centered design, usability, accessibility, and user feedback. UX designers should focus on creating designs that meet the needs and goals of users, and continuously gather feedback to improve the user experience.

What is a wireframe? 


A wireframe is a visual representation of a website or application that outlines the layout and structure of its content and functionality, without including any design elements. Wireframes are used to plan and prototype designs before the visual design stage.

What is a prototype?

A prototype is an early version of a website or application that is used to test and refine its functionality, usability, and design before development begins. Prototypes can be low-fidelity, such as sketches or wireframes, or high-fidelity, with detailed designs and interactions

What is responsive design?

Responsive design is an approach to web design that enables a website to adjust and optimize its layout and content for different screen sizes and devices, such as desktops, tablets, and smartphones. Responsive design ensures that a website is accessible and usable on all devices.

What is accessibility?

Accessibility is the practice of designing websites and applications to be usable and accessible to all users, including those with disabilities or special needs. Accessibility includes considerations such as providing alternative text for images, using color contrast to aid readability, and enabling keyboard navigation.

What is user testing?

User testing is a method of evaluating a website or application by observing users as they attempt to complete specific tasks, and gathering feedback on the ease of use, effectiveness, and user satisfaction. User testing helps designers identify and address usability issues and improve the user experience UI UX development

What is UI/UX development?

UI/UX development is the process of designing and developing user interfaces and user experiences for digital products such as websites, mobile apps, and software applications.

What is the difference between UI and UX?

UI, or user interface, refers to the visual and interactive elements of a digital product, such as buttons, menus, and icons. UX, or user experience, refers to the overall experience a user has while using a digital product, including factors such as ease of use, accessibility, and satisfaction.

What are some common tools used in UI/UX development?

There are many tools used in UI/UX development, including design software such as Sketch, Figma, and Adobe XD, prototyping tools such as InVision and Axure, and collaboration and project management tools such as Trello and Asana.

What are some best practices for UI/UX development?

Some best practices for UI/UX development include conducting user research to understand user needs and preferences, creating clear and consistent visual design systems, prioritizing accessibility and usability, and regularly testing and iterating on designs based on user feedback.

What are some key trends in UI/UX development?

Some key trends in UI/UX development include the use of minimalistic design and bold typography, the integration of voice interfaces and AI-powered experiences, and the focus on mobile-first and responsive design to accommodate various screen sizes and devices.

What is a UI course?

A UI course is a training program that teaches the principles and practices of user interface (UI) design for digital products such as websites, mobile apps, and software applications.

What will I learn in a UI course?

In a UI course, you will learn the fundamental principles of UI design, including topics such as visual design, typography, color theory, layout and composition, and user experience (UX) design. You will also learn how to use industry-standard design tools and techniques to create effective UI designs.

Who can benefit from taking a UI course?

Anyone who is interested in designing user interfaces for digital products can benefit from taking a UI course. This includes designers, developers, product managers, and entrepreneurs who want to improve their UI design skills and create more effective digital products.

What are some common topics covered in a UI course syllabus?

Some common topics covered in a UI course syllabus include visual design principles and techniques, typography and font selection, color theory and palettes, design software tools such as Sketch or Adobe XD, wireframing and prototyping, and user testing and iteration.

Are there any prerequisites for taking a UI course?

The prerequisites for taking a UI course may vary depending on the program, but typically include a basic understanding of design principles and computer skills such as familiarity with design software tools and file management.

What are some job opportunities for UI designers?

UI designers can work in a variety of industries and organizations, including tech companies, design agencies, and startups. Some common job titles for UI designers include UX/UI Designer, Web Designer, Mobile App Designer, and Product Designer.

What is UX jargon?

UX jargon refers to the specific terms and language used in the field of user experience design (UX) to describe concepts, methods, and practices

What is a wireframe?

A wireframe is a visual representation of a website or application that outlines the layout and structure of its content and functionality, without including any design elements.

What is a prototype?

A prototype is an early version of a website or application that is used to test and refine its functionality, usability, and design before development begins.

What is a user persona?

A user persona is a fictional character created to represent the characteristics, needs, and behaviors of a specific user group, and is used to guide design decisions and user research.

What is information architecture?

Information architecture is the process of organizing, structuring, and labeling content in a way that makes it easy to find, navigate, and understand for users.

What is a usability test?

A usability test is a method of evaluating a website or application by observing users as they attempt to complete specific tasks, and gathering feedback on the ease of use, effectiveness, and user satisfaction.

What is a heuristic evaluation?

A heuristic evaluation is a method of evaluating a website or application by using a set of predefined criteria or principles, such as Nielsen's 10 usability heuristics, to identify potential usability issues and design problems.

What is responsive design?

Responsive design is an approach to web design that enables a website to adjust and optimize its layout and content for different screen sizes and devices, such as desktops, tablets, and smartphones.

What is accessibility?

Accessibility is the practice of designing websites and applications to be usable and accessible to all users, including those with disabilities or special needs.

What is a user flow?

A user flow is a visual representation of the steps that a user takes to complete a specific task or goal within a website or application, and is used to identify potential usability issues and optimize the user experience.