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User Interface Design

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Learn the latest UI skills and tools in use today by industry experts. Transform your UI Design career in just 6 weeks.

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Next start date20 Jul 2020

Prerequisites
None
Time commitment
6 weeks (8-10 hours per week) 100% online
A$ 1200 incl GST

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Why do this course?

With a predicted 12.6% job growth rate over the next 5 years, elevate your existing design career with the complementary UI Design skillset and increase your attractiveness to employers.

Covering the latest UI tools, techniques, and skills, we’ve developed this course in conjunction with industry leaders such as Symplicit. You’ll roll up your sleeves and apply your learning through a portfolio project using Figma. Not a designer? Not to worry. Why not complete both our User Experience and UI Design courses and lead your career into an exciting new direction.

How does it work?

On your marks…get set...go design.

Learn best practice in smart UI Design, including fundamental design principles and the tools and techniques employed by leading UI designers. The course runs 100% online so you can fit it in and around your work and life schedule, with a mix of tutorials, interactive webinars and 1:1 mentor support from some of the best in the business. Get ready to learn, collaborate and network with a community of like-minded designers.

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Course Structure

Module 1

Introduction to UI Design

The relationship between UX and UI Design

An introduction into design briefs

Key UI tools including Figma

Module 2

Design material

Understanding user flow

Brainstorming and ideation

Applying features and design requirements

Module 3

Setting up your workspace

Design guidelines and accessibility

Building a workspace

An introduction to Atomic design

Creating a UI toolkit

Module 4

Atomic Design

Heuristics and Gestalt principles

Consistency and staging relationships

Information hierarchy

Module 5

User testing

Iterative prototyping

Definitions of done

Persuasive design

Usability testing

Module 6

The future of UI Design

Incorporating feedback into design

Where UI is going

Next steps

Learn with Industry Experts

Get ready to meet some of the biggest names in the business

Leigh BarnettExpert industry mentor

Our industry mentors are available to provide 1:1 feedback and guidance on your course work. Mentors on this course include people like Leigh Barnett. A design-leader with 15+ years experience having worked in both client and agency sides, Leigh holds a senior leadership position (Experience Design Director) at Symplicit. 

Michelle WaggonerSubject matter expert

RMIT Online has built our courses in partnership with industry, providing you with the latest industry insights and best practices from the real world of work. Our subject matter experts on this course include people like Michelle Waggoner. From writing user stories to leading workshops, Michelle is passionate about everything human-centred. Michelle is a senior experienced designer at Symplicit with expertise across startups, consulting, government and more.

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Our learner success team are available to provide support to ensure you have a successful journey during your study. They are here to help you with 1:1 coaching, tips on how to successfully study online, and any questions or concerns you may have about how the course works.

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