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Join a UX/UI design bootcamp

Become a UX/UI designer: Learn all about User Experience (UX) and Interface Design (UI). From User Research to testing. In full-time or part-time format.

Course Information

Your path to a new design career

SKILLS

Prework

Module 1

Module 2

Module 3

Ironhack UX/UI design prework

UX/UI design prework

Take the first steps of your journey by learning the basics of design thinking, interaction design and state-of-the-art design software. After setting up your tools and completing the introductory exercises, you’ll be ready to hit the ground running during bootcamp. During prework, you will create your first usability evaluation and site redesign, as well as develop your design sensitivity in a number of engaging activities. You will also be introduced to the basics of HTML and CSS, which is an essential foundation for the bootcamp’s design implementation section.

40-hour online training

UX/UI design Instructors at Ironhack

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Where would you like to study?

Learn in-person

NewIronhack Madrid

Madrid, Spain

Courses: UX/UI design, Web Development, Data analytics

Courses in: Spanish

NewIronhack Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain

Courses: Web Development, UX/UI design, Data analytics

Courses in: Spanish, English

NewIronhack Miami

Miami, United States

Courses: Web Development, UX/UI design

Courses in: English

NewIronhack Paris

Paris, France

Courses: Web Development, Data analytics, UX/UI design

Courses in: English, French

NewIronhack Mexico City

Mexico City, Mexico

Courses: Web Development, Data analytics, UX/UI design

Courses in: Spanish

NewIronhack Berlin

Berlin, Germany

Courses: UX/UI design, Data analytics, Web Development

Courses in: English

NewIronhack Amsterdam

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Courses: Web Development, UX/UI design, Data analytics

Courses in: English

NewIronhack Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Courses: UX/UI design, Web Development, Data analytics

Courses in: Portuguese

NewIronhack Lisbon

Lisbon, Portugal

Courses: Web Development, Data analytics, UX/UI design

Courses in: English

Who is our UX/UI design course for?

Career changers

Free yourself from a dissatisfying job by signing up for Ironhack’s Bootcamp. This course will help you change careers over to one of the fastest-growing jobs in the tech industry. Architects, community organizers, marketers, psychologists, sociologists, librarians, customer support workers, and many more have found a new career through this bootcamp — so can you!

Entrepreneurs

Want to design your own web or mobile app? This training will give you the tools to not only gather essential user feedback through high-fidelity prototypes, but also implement that feedback into your idea. Join our bootcamp and build your MVP!

Career boosters

Are you a professional in a traditional design role (graphic designer, photographer, creative director, advertising professional, etc.)? We can teach you about the latest tech and methodologies being used by innovative design and digital production companies. Join our course and get a leg-up on the competition.

Web and mobile developers

Reinforce your programming skills with . Join this course and become a 360º digital product professional by learning how to create captivating and scalable user experiences.

Why should you learn UX/UI design?

Adopt the industry’s leading frameworks and mindset

Design thinking, agile organization and lean management — these methodologies are essential to the ever-evolving tech industry. They are an essential part of any high-quality tech team. Mastering them will let you develop innovative solutions for both users and stakeholders.

Grasp new tools and enhance your collaborations

Learn to use state-of-the-art and production tools. From the beginning to the end of each project, utilize these tools in conjunction with the skills learned in our course. You’ll be able to document business requirements, user input and balance them with technical constraints. But above all, you’ll optimize the workflow of your collaborative projects.

Implement the end-to-end production cycle when developing digital products

Bring your designs to life in the real world by mastering fundamental technology. Understand the users’ desires while working within your project’s constraints and goals. Build confidence in your collaborations with developers by sharing jargon and knowledge of the project as a whole.

FAQ

Do I need prior design experience before enrolling in the course?

Any prior design experience is quite useful; however, it is not required for admission. On the other hand, solid social skills are a must, as any great UX/UI designer listens closely, empathizes and communicates clearly. These soft skills are essential — in order to find a product’s most effective tech solution, designers must work well with their colleagues and connect with their users.

Do I need to have a MacBook to enroll in the course?

The short answer is no. You can use alternative tools such as the Sketch app, Adobe XD or Figma, depending on your needs. We adapt to industry standards, so check with your location to find out which tool they prefer. Likewise, your lead instructor will focus on one software, while the others are optional, but we always do our best to cater to our students’ needs.

Does Ironhack pay for the licenses that I will need for the bootcamp? (i.e., Sketch, Adobe XD, Figma)

It is understandable that you’re eager to know about how this works – don’t worry, which tool you use is less important than the transferable skills you will be developing. During remote prep, your lead instructor will tell you what their go-to tool is and give you all the info you need to get set up. Currently, many of the licenses we use remain free or are available for a discounted student price. In any case, we would advise against purchasing any software licenses before starting the course.

How many hours per week will I be studying?

Right around 40 hours each week, beginning at 9 a.m. and finishing at 6 p.m. However, once class has ended, you’ll likely want to continue working with your classmates. That way you’re guaranteed to take your exercises and projects to the next level. Fridays also include an assessment exercise that covers the week’s topics. This will let you know how much you’ll need to work on the weekend!

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