Learn Figma in Under 45 mins!

8 May 2024 5:00 pm Online Career Change , UI Design , UX Design
Talk to a program advisor about launching your new career as a UI designer in as little as 5 months
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Looking to learn Figma, but don’t know where to start?

Don’t worry—you’re in the right place!

In this recording of a live Figma workshop for beginners, visual designer and CareerFoundry UI design mentor Craig Hansen will guide you through the user interface of Figma and the tools you need to know to start designing and prototyping your designs—all in 45mins!

By the end of this workshop learn you’ll have all the basics you need to know to start designing apps and websites in Figma.

This is a fantastic chance to see the fundamentals of UI design being applied in real-time by an industry professional, and learn how you can apply them too!

If you’re serious about starting a new career as a UI designer, we’ve developed an amazing UI Design Program here at CareerFoundry that will teach you everything you need to know.

From day one, you’ll be matched with an experienced mentor who has real-world experience. They’ll be there to help you through any issues you run into and give you feedback on your work.

So… are you ready to begin your new career as a UI designer and begin your UI design training?

Then it’s time to get started with your program!

We also offer flexible program schedules.

Why? Because we understand how hectic it can be working on a new career while balancing life’s obligations.

At CareerFoundry, you’re free to work through your program on a part-time or full-time schedule, it’s up to you!

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Featured presenters

Craig Hansen

Craig Hansen

UI Design Mentor

Craig Hansen is a UI design mentor with CareerFoundry and runs a small design studio called Studio Principle. Whether he’s working on a website, animation or printed materials, Craig focuses heavily on typography and design systems to make work that engages, entertains, and communicates effectively.