Classes begin quarterly in Atlanta
Learn UX/UI in 24 Weeks
In today’s technology-driven world, phrases like “responsive design” and “user-friendly interface” have become increasingly important across industries. It’s no surprise that User Experience Researcher and UI Designer are among the top 100 best jobs in America with a projected growth rate of 19% and 27% respectively.*
Now more than ever, companies need innovative thinkers with the ability to transform their businesses through optimized interfaces and seamless user experiences.
- Maintain your work or college schedule by studying part-time, only three days a week, with convenient evening and weekend hours.
- Apply what you’ve learned toward building a comprehensive portfolio of projects ranging from AI sketches to mobile-responsive web layouts.
- Tap into our wide range of career-planning services to help you succeed in the field.
What Learners Receive
- Through immersive instruction and complex projects, participants learn both the theory and tools used by modern designers, employing user-centered design and creative tools to build compelling designs and user experiences.
- Learners receive access to a tutor network, allowing them to get help both inside and outside the classroom.
- Learners will be equipped with the technical skills they need to be competitive in the fields of user experience research and user interface design and will learn skills needed for effective product management and collaboration with front-end web development teams.
- Those working to change career paths receive extensive career-planning assistance, including portfolio reviews, resume and social media profile support, career content and practice sessions, interview preparation, 1:1 career coaching, soft skills training, and more.
- Learners will also gain industry insights through Tech Talks—quarterly online panels with local industry professionals.
- Learners will receive a Certificate of Completion in UX/UI from Georgia Tech Professional Education, showcasing their accomplishments to future employers.
- User-Centric Design Research:
- Qualitative & Quantitative Research Practices
- Information Architecture and Flow
- User Need Identification
- User Experience Interviewing
- Insight Synthesis
- Visual Prototyping and Wireframing:
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Illustrator
- Decision Mapping
- Decision Flow Diagrams
- User Interface Development:
- Atomic Design
- UI Grids and Composition
- Color Theory
- Heuristic Metric Creation
- Typographic Theory
- Interaction Design and Iconography
- Web Prototyping: