This 8-week, part-time course covers the most important frontend development skills in a no
-nonsense, streamlined approach.
By the end of the course, you’ll have built your own fully tested and personalized website to host your
design portfolio, and you'll be able to effectively communicate the technical requirements of design.
Stand out as a UX designer who can code in just 8 weeks. Armed with the
designs to life.
With rising ratios of designers to developers, good designers need to be able to think and speak the language of developers. It’s their job to help translate the design vision to the development team in a way that they can understand and accept. This can be a critical piece of the puzzle in a project, especially if the design and the interactions behind it are complex.
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Who is the course for?
The course is designed for UX or UI designers who want expand their skillset with additional skills in frontend web development.
How long does the course take?
The course is 120 hours long. Most people choose to study 15 hours / week and finish in 8 weeks. However, this is flexible — you may choose to put in more time and finish sooner or request an extension.
How many Mentor calls will I get?
Your Mentor will be on hand to provide thorough feedback on your work through our messaging app. You can also set up Skype calls with your Mentor if you need to — you have up to 3 calls to use over the 8-week period.
Do I have to pay for software, tools etc?
Many of the softwares and frameworks that programmers use are free and open source. If you wish to launch your own website, you will have to buy the domain and pay a small amount for yearly web hosting services.
What equipment do I need to take the course?
The course can be completed using any computer and an internet connection.
What languages and frameworks will I learn during the course?
What tools will I use?
You’ll use Atom and GitHub.
Why bother becoming a UX developer? The short answer is that it’s exciting! As a UX developer you’ll often be working on new products and applications or breathing fresh life into existing ones. Many times you’ll also be creating for the latest and greatest technologies and devices.
With a foot in both camps and the ability to speak to both in their own terms, UX/UI Developers can be invaluable conduits between engineering teams and the more 'traditional' usability roles, such as interaction designers, visual designers.
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