UX/UI Design Bootcamp

Learn UX Design in 8 weeks, Full-Time

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8 Weeks, Full-Time

Monday to Friday
9:00 - 18:00

Industry Professionals

Learn UX design from experienced instructors who do it for a living

Hands-on Projects

Learn by building projects every week. No more boring lectures

Ironhack Community

Network & connect with other professionals in the community

Land a job

Launch your new career in UX Design through Ironhack career services

Who is it for?

  • Career changers

    Architecture, marketing, communication, community managers... professionals that want to make a switch into one of the hottest and most upcoming careers.

  • Professional development

    People in traditional design roles that want to learn the latest technologies and the working methodologies of innovative design & product companies.

  • Entrepreneurs

    Design and gather valuable user feedback through high fidelity prototypes for your idea before building an MVP.

  • Front-End Developers

    Compliment your programming skills. Learn to design captivating user experiences before jumping into code.

Course Syllabus

User Research

Students will be introduced to Design Thinking and User-Centered Design (UCD) framework. The first module of the course will focus on the importance of market/design research and the process of organizing the information into logical user flows.

Rapid Prototyping

In this module, Students will learn to articulate design ideas through sketches, wireframes and interactive prototypes using industry standard design principles. Students will gain hands-on experience using tools including Sketch, Balsamiq and InVision.

User Testing & Refining

In the final module of the course, students will learn to use modern testing frameworks and continually refine designs based on user data. The module will end with final considerations for the development phase of the designs with developers and other stakeholders.

Front-End Web Development

In this module, students will learn to take their designs a step further through rapid prototyping using HTML, CSS & JavaScript. Students will also be introduced to front-end frameworks such as Bootstrap, and libraries such as jQuery.

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Course Structure

Week 1

Week 2-3

Week 4-5

Week 6-8

Career Week

Week 1

Week one will begin with an introduction to the field of UX Design including responsibilities, deliverables and various roles within the profession. Students will then learn UX design principles, methods and processes used to solve business problems.

The week will continue with a dive into Market & Design Research. Students will learn User Research methods and combine them with business/user requirements to create User Personas.

Week 2

Week two is all about Information Architecture and its role in creating Hierarchy, Navigation and User/Task Flows. Students will also be introduced to low fidelity sketching techniques as part of the research phase and end with Wireframing design.

Week 3

Week three focuses on Interaction Design, Usability Testing and hands-on experience with wireframing and prototyping using a wide variety of tools including Balsamiq, Sketch, Omnigraffle, Axure and InVision.

Week 4

On Week four students will be introduced to Interaction (IxD) and User Interface (UI) Design. Students will learn UI Design elements, patterns and frameworks including Bootstrap, followed by Visual Design principles.

Week 5

Week five will start with Android and iOS design requirements and transition to Mobile and desktop design. Students will learn to create UI Libraries & Specs Sheets for development teams.

Week 6

Week six will focus on Web Prototyping. Students will learn Front End Web Development using HTML, CSS & JavaScript.

Week 7-8

Week seven and eight will be spent creating your capstone projects. You'll create a product using the entire toolkit gained in the past weeks.

Career Week

Career week will begin with resume, portfolio and interview preparation. Students will be introduced to Ironhack partner companies for interviews and the week/course will end with UX project pitches and presentations during demo day.

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Coffee and Design

Fill up your coffee cup, we start the day with energy. In the morning you will learn new concepts.


We have ten minutes to get some fresh air, have some coffee and relax before continuing.

Let's keep learning!

To face the afternoon exercise without too many obstacles, you still have some theory to learn.


This is time to recharge your mind... and your stomach! There are plenty of amazing lunch joints near our campuses.

Group project

You will get the opportunity to work in an exercise with a classmate. Teachers and assistants will be in the classroom to help you.

Daily exercise

We give you an exercise to work at your own pace and go deeper into the morning theory. You will always have teachers and assistants to help you.

Extra time/Events

Immerse yourself in events like meetups, networking sessions and workshops with the guest speakers. This is also the time to catch up on a class work or hack on a project.

Meet your UX/UI instructors

Learn from instructors with industry experience in the field.

Samuel Hermoso


Samuel is a UX-UI designer. He started as a web designer in 2000 and currently is leading the UX-UI for many projects, including client such as Randstad, Telefónica or Kymco. Has has more than 5 years of experience as a teacher, teaching tools such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Keynote or Sketch.

Oscar SP


Óscar has worked as a designer since 2003 helping both startups and large companies create digital products of all kinds. He has done projects for companies like Randstad, Kymco or Telefónica. He currently combines his freelance Product Designer (UX-UI) work and teacher.

Alejandro Arribas


Alejandro is a designer who specializes in providing creative, attractive and functional solutions that bring business and value to brands. Since 2008 he has been working in the online environment focusing his work on the User Experience. It has its own design studio since 2012, providing solutions to small and medium-sized companies and support to large communication agencies.

Jacqueline Stetson


Jacqueline is the CEO and Founder of UX Gofer and User Experience Research and Design Consulting (UXRD). She has been doing user experience research and design since 1999. Her areas of expertise are user research, product design, and CX strategy. Her projects include companies like Microsoft, Staples, Fidelity Investments, the Federal Reserve Bank, JP Morgan Chase, Reebok, Adidas, and others.

Tuition & Upcoming Cohorts

Choose the Campus

12-Jun - 04-Aug
in Spanish
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 18:30
6.500 €
14-Aug - 06-Oct
in Spanish
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 18:30
6.500 €
16-Oct - 08-Dec
in Spanish
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 18:30
6.500 €
12-Jun - 04-Aug
in English
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 18:30
6.500 €
14-Aug - 06-Oct
in English
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 18:30
6.500 €
16-Oct - 08-Dec
in English
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 18:30
6.500 €
12-Jun - 04-Aug
in English
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 18:30
$ 10,000
21-Aug - 13-Oct
in English
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 18:30
$ 10,000
23-Oct - 15-Dec
in English
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 18:30
$ 10,000
23-Oct - 15-Dec
in English
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 18:30
6.500 € 7.500€

Financial options

Need payment assistance? Our financing options make it easy for you to pay in installments and focus on your goals instead of worrying about financial barriers. Get more information here.


Our courses fill up fast. In order to secure a spot, we require an upfront deposit due upon acceptance into the course. Deposit amount:  750€$1,000

Our students portfolio

Here are examples of portfolios our students have built once upon graduation from the UX/UI Design Bootcamp:

Laura Amber

UX/UI Design Bootcamp

Madrid, Spain

Hector Calaza

UX/UI Design Bootcamp

Madrid, Spain

Jimena Quan

UX/UI Design Bootcamp

Miami, USA

Isabella Duran

UX/UI Design Bootcamp

Miami, USA


Here are some of the questions we’re frequently asked about learn ux design or learn ui design in our ux design courses.

  • What's the relevance of UX/UI Design? +

    Our interaction with digital screens has increased exponentially over the past decade. Apps such as Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, Uber and AirBnB have become a daily part of people’s lives. All these apps have UX/UI Design at the core of the development process. Building a digital product without UX/UI Design is like building a house without a blueprint. Structurally the house may be great, but without the other components such as floor plan, and interior design, it's pretty much useless. The field of UX/UI is also growing rapidly. There’s never been a better time to become a designer.

  • Do I need prior design experience before enroll in the course? +

    If you do have prior design experience, kudos! However, prior experience is not a requirement for admission to this course. That being said, what we do look for are good interpersonal skills. A great UX/UI Designer is a good listener, empathizer and communicator. Soft skills are critical; a designer who cannot work with others will not be able to bring his or her user empathy to solving the difficult, technical solutions for a product.

  • Do I need to have a Macbook if I want to enroll de course? +

    The answer is yes. There're some programs that only work for Mac like Sketch. You're gonna need to use them every day after the bootcamp if you wanna work as a UX/UI designer.

  • Does Ironhack pay for the licenses that I will need during the bootcamp? (i.e. Sketch) +

    No, but as you're a student you will benefit with the educational discount.

  • But, can’t I learn all this online? +

    It’s possible. However, for most of us, learning without proper mentorship, support and guidance can be difficult and demotivating. In fact, most of our students have tried self-study first but have realized it wasn’t the right path for them. With the resources, teachers, and peers that Ironhack provides, we’re confident that you’ll have all the tools necessary to keep you motivated and help you reach your goals!

  • How many hours per week will I be learning? +

    Around 40 hours per week. Classes start at 9AM and typically finish around 6PM. However, once the class is over, you’ll keep working on your exercises and personal projects alongside your colleagues. On Friday, you’ll do an assessment exercise that will go over all of the topics covered that week. That’ll give you an idea of how much you’ll have to work on the weekend!

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