Our course will take you through the process of user research, information architecture, and visual design. Through hands-on projects and real-world examples, you will learn how to create user-friendly, engaging, and visually appealing interfaces.

  • Information Architecture and Wireframing

    This topic covers the organization and structure of information, and the creation of wireframes to plan and communicate the layout and content of user interfaces.

  • Visual Design Principles and Elements:

    This topic covers the principles of visual design, including layout, color, typography, and imagery, and how to use these elements effectively in user interface design.

  • Prototyping and User Testing:

    This topic covers the creation of interactive prototypes to test and refine design concepts, and the methods for conducting user testing to evaluate usability and effectiveness.

Student Work