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Learn UX/UI Design in Madrid

Become a UX/UI designer at Ironhack Madrid in nine weeks (full-time) or 24 weeks (part-time).

UX/UI Design bootcamp (Full-time)

Our course formats

Develop the skills you need to launch a fulfilling career in UX/UI Design with our 24-week part-time course or our fulltime nine-week bootcamp.

UX/UI Design bootcamp (Full-time)

Learn UX/UI Design in-person and in only nine weeks!

9 weeks7.000 €Mon-Fri9:00 - 18:00
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UX/UI Design Part-time course

Learn UX/UI Design in-person and in only 24 weeks!

24 weeks7.500 €Tue-Thu 18:30 - 21:30Sat. 10:00 - 17:00
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What you will learn during the UX/UI Design bootcamp in Madrid

Prework

In the first 40 hours of your UX/UI design training, you’ll learn the basics of design thinking, interaction design and state-of-the-art design software. Once you’ve received instructions for setting up your tools, you’ll complete specially designed exercises to:

1. create your first usability evaluations and site redesign

2. develop your design sensitivity through fascinating activities

3. perform basic HTML and CSS practice work that is essential for the bootcamp’s design implementation section.

Once you’ve wrapped up these online prep materials, you’ll be all set to start the course off right!

Module 1: Understand user experience

During weeks one and two, you will learn the fundamental UX/UI industry frameworks: design thinking, agile methodologies and lean structuring. Then hone your UX research methods, interaction design principles and information architecture.

Topics include:

- Applying design thinking in conjunction with lean structures and agile methods.

- Learning user-centered design and conducting research on the needs of your users and businesses.

- Sharpening your skills in interaction design and information architecture.

- Building your first interactive prototypes for testing.

In week three your first project begins! Manage your first product design project with agile methodology to discover your users and then plan a product roadmap to solve their problems. Finish up with guerrilla testing and presentations to enhance your public speaking skills.

Module 2: Learn to design user interfaces

In weeks four and five you will uncover the fundamentals of branding and design for UI close-loop design. Then implement this knowledge to generate engaging, elegant and scalable user interfaces.

Topics include:

- Generating original ideas for digital products and bringing them to production.

- Mastering design systems in order to create a fully animated interactive prototype.

- Testing your prototype to balance market demands and desirability.

Week six calls for your second project: creating a state-of-the-art website design with engaging animations and a refined style! Document the entire process to ensure a smooth hand-off to “Development.” Then, after completing your project, you will present it to the “shareholders.”

Module 3: Design implementation

The final module begins in weeks seven and eight, where you’ll start implementing your designs in real life. Build your first responsive one-page website by utilizing the developers’ best practices you’ve learned.

Topics include:

- Designing your site for production.

- Considering technological constraints from the very beginning.

- Preparing all of the correct assets.

- Learning essential soft skills, such as portfolio fine-tuning and client connections.

Your final, and by far most challenging project takes place during the last week of the module and the course. Develop a digital product for a problem of your choosing. When you finish your project, you will compete alongside your classmates in our live Hackshow. Do you have what it takes to win?

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Why should you study UX/UI Design in Madrid

Right hand of a startup nationMadrid is home to many of Spain’s startups, with more than 1,200 based in the city. Its biggest, Cabify, is worth over $1 billion, and has brought with it a huge wake of tech business and community. In conjunction with Barcelona’s startup scene, Spain is widely expected to become a major startup nation in the coming years.
Explosive investment growthMadrid’s tech investments have grown rapidly over the last five years. Last year, in particular, Madrid based startups received €342 million in investments, a record for Madrid. This rapid growth is also marked by Atomico’s recent investments in Madrid-based companies. As one of Europe’s largest tech-investment funds, Atomico invested in Ontruck, a transport app, and JobandTalent, a digital temp-work platform. With Madrid’s tech sector’s relatively recent growth, companies and investors are investing in more and more projects.
Booming UX/UI eventsMore than 110,000 computer developers currently live in Madrid, and that number is only rising. This massive community is made up in large part by designers, which has led to a huge number of UX/UI design events in the city. One of the best is Experience Fighters, a conference that brings together clients, investors and designers under one roof. Hosted in a new expanded space, an international range of speakers offer an ever-widening range of UX/UI perspectives to attendees.

Upcoming UX/UI Design cohorts in Madrid

Here are the upcoming dates for our bootcamps in Madrid. Reserve your spot today!

Dates
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Career Week
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The Career Week happens for every cohort on week 10. During this week we guide students through the whole job-hunting process: from networking to personal and technical interviews, pitching, negotiating offers etc.
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Don’t see any suitable dates? Check our part-time courses!

Deposit

Our courses fill up fast. Secure your spot at Ironhack by making an advance deposit when you are accepted into the program. Deposit amount: 750€

Application process for the UX/UI Design courses in Madrid

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Apply online

Apply to the course that is best for you.
02

Personal interview

Our admissions team at Ironhack will contact you to schedule a personal interview and make sure that we can help you meet your goals in .
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Technical assessment

After the personal interview, you will need to pass a technical assessment to show that you are ready for our fast-paced learning environment.
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Deposit and prework

Once you have completed the technical assessment and paid the deposit, you will be granted access to the prework. The prework is fundamental to the program, and you must complete it before starting the course in .
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The course begins

Once you have completed the prework for at Ironhack , you will be ready to begin learning!

Our financing options at Ironhack Madrid

Do you need help with the payment? Our financing options help you find the support you need so you can focus on your career and developing new skills.

Banco Sabadell

Are you a Spanish national looking to fund your Ironhack experience? Banco Sabadell has two lucrative financing options for you.

Quotanda

Don’t pay a cent for your Ironhack experience until after you’ve graduated! Quotanda will help you customize your loan to your specific financial needs.

Ironhack’s income share agreements

Pay nothing until you land a job! We’re committed to your success, which is why we’ve created this pay-for-success financing model that guarantees you won’t pay a cent until you’ve landed a job. And even then, your rate will be based on your income!

Want more information? 

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Ironhack Women Scholarship
Scholarship for women

The tech community suffers from a gender gap, which is why we are proud to promote women in tech with an upfront scholarship of 10% off for any of our Web Development and Data Analytics courses.

What sets Madrid apart?

Madrid’s burgeoning tech scene has only enhanced its world-renowned nightlife, but not at the cost of its history. If you need a breather from Madrid’s unbeatable bars and clubs, try out the Golden Triangle of Art – the Prado, Reina Sofia museum, and The Royal Academy of Fine Art.
And when you’re ready to eat, loosen your belt for all the internationally recognized taverns and restaurants. In fact, the gastronomy scene is nearly as explosive as tech, with a new influx of experimental restaurants in the city center.
Madrid’s many distinctive neighborhoods offer completely different experiences, from the funky Malasaña, to the chic Salamanca. And once you’ve had enough of the city, some of the Mediterranean’s best beaches are only a couple hours away, and the surrounding mountains will make you feel like you are standing in a postcard.

UX/UI Design Instructors at Ironhack Madrid

Ironhack UX/UI Design instructor Daniel Gasco
Daniel Gasco

After seven years at Apple, where he learned the concept of human experience design, Daniel founded several start-ups and designed new ways of building bioclimatic, zero-maintenance homes. He went on to further develop his career in digital and physical product design and development. Daniel is now focused on mentoring the next generation of UX designers and creating new design concepts for the future of cognitive human interfaces.

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A typical day at Ironhack Madrid

In the bootcamp you will study from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Monday to Friday

9:00

Start your day energized

Start things off energized with a fresh cup of coffee before we review and discuss yesterday’s exercises. Learn to manage your time and stay productive through the key strategies of Agile and Kanban.

9:30

Lecture block 1

Discover some fresh ideas in the first lecture block! During the project weeks, you will use this time working on developing a UX/UI project all on your own, where you’ll apply the design concepts you’ve learned in previous lectures.

11:30

Group exercise and feedback sessions

Develop a project based on a brief in small groups. Implement all of the design concepts you learned in the previous lecture block, then receive feedback from your group. The lead Teacher and teaching assistants will assess and give advice on how to move your work forward.

13:00

Lunch

Time for a well-earned break! Our campus is centrally located, so there’s a multitude of great food options nearby.

14:00

Lecture block 2

Continue working on your UX/UI project and designs. Afternoon lectures build upon what you’ve learned so far with yet another set of design skills and UX/UI techniques.

16:00

Individual project

Create your own UX/UI project! First find a problem and then solve it by designing an original app through which you can apply the UX/UI course’s concepts. When each project day comes to an end, you can showcase your achievements to the class. This is a key part of the course, as every designer is, in essence, a communicator!

18:00

After-course events

is a remarkable city for designers! Lose yourself in meetups, networking sessions and workshops, or remain on campus to catch up on your work.

Projects built by students

MPULSE, the music fans’ website
MPULSE, the music fans’ website

MPULSE implements lean UX and design thinking to create the ultimate place for music fans to follow their favorite bands.

Laura Amber, UX/UI design
Blinder, a new dating experience
Blinder, a new dating experience

Blinder is a dating app that finds matches based on hobbies, tastes, etc., rather than simply using photos.

Chris Peterson, UX/UI design
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