Get a free UX Design Short Course

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Get a free UX Design Short Course

  • Get an intro to UX, try exercises, and learn about career change.
  • Receive 6 daily lessons that take around 15 minutes.
  • Find out if UX design is right for you.

Should you consider a career in UX design?

Do you feel frustrated or stuck in your current job?

Wish you had more flexibility and growth in your career?

Do you like psychology, design, and creative work?

If you can relate to the above, it might be time to consider a career change. UX designers have the advantage of being able to work remotely, freelance, and earn a great salary.

From beginner to UX designer

It’s entirely possible to learn everything you need to get a job as a UX designer in 5.3-10.3 months with our mentored full course even if you are a complete beginner. The first step is to simply try out this free short course and see if it is right for you.


1. What exactly is UX design?

User experience designers—or UX designers for short—design websites and apps to ensure that they are easy to use and valuable for the people interacting with them. They apply psychology, research and design principles for this crucial step.

2. Why study with CareerFoundry?

We have successfully helped thousands of students from all different backgrounds become fully-fledged UX designers. The graduates from our mentored (paid) courses now work at companies like Google, Apple, and more.

3. What if I'm not talented at design?

UX designers follow a learnable process; you don't need to have any previous design experience, artistic talent, or coding skills to be a successful UX designer.

4. I'm very busy—can I still learn UX?

This free short course takes about 15 minutes a day for 6 days. If you decide later on that you want a full career-change package, our mentored UX Design Course takes 20 hours a week for 10.3 months.

UX Short Course reviews

It was great! Just detailed enough to get me interested and make me want to visit every link, but not so long that it felt overwhelming.

Helpful and informative. The links to real UX designers' portfolios were especially helpful to give an idea of what it takes to build one.

I enjoyed it! It gave me a more real-life experience than just a classroom experience.

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