UX Design Program Details.

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Graduate with the skills and portfolio you need to start creating usable, useful and effective experiences.

Over the course of 16 weeks, you’ll be fully immersed in the exciting world of UX design. Through a series of lectures and working sessions, you’ll be exposed to theoretical knowledge, as well as practical UX design approaches and skills. You’ll also have the opportunity to dive in to the reality of the discipline and learn to create great experiences through hands-on exercises and project work. Finally, Toolbox sessions will teach tangible and transferable skills such as cognitive psychology, problem solving and effective teamwork.

Each week your class will be taught by a different industry expert currently working in the field of UX design. These instructors will take you through a comprehensive curriculum designed in collaboration with SapientRazorfish, to provide you with working knowledge of the theory, approach and tools used in UX design.

After working on a real UX project from start to finish, the program concludes with final portfolio presentations. These presentations will take place in front of a live client to give you an opportunity to show off your skills and receive valuable feedback.

The UX Design boot camp is a 4 month, 16 week program.

Ideal for agency and client-side professionals alike, our UX Boot camp is the perfect way for students to sharpen their design skills while working their 9 to 5.

The curriculum for the Bootcamp for UX Design was developed in cooperation with global experts in the industry, SapientRazorfish.

The program is structured in four sections covering the complete scope of the UX Design process, including fundamental design principles, research tactics, prototyping and user testing.

Tuition is $6,500 CAD (an introductory offer) for the 16 week program.

Scholarships are available for those who qualify. Contact admissions office to learn more, muneet@miamiadschool.com.

The UX Design Boot camp is divided into 4 modules. Lectures are followed by working sessions and each module concludes with a presentation demonstrating the skills mastered within the module. Final portfolio presentation completes the UX Design boot camp.

UX Design students take 3 lecture/working session classes each week, each class is 3 hours long. Classes are held Tuesday through Thursday evenings. Schedules are set by the registrar and can not be modified.

This UX Design training program is a 16-week certificate program with the primary purpose of assisting students in developing the skills needed for a job as a UX Designer.

Placement Assistance:

Graduates have the opportunity to attend portfolio review and interview with multiple agencies. Miami Ad School also supplies graduates with job leads throughout their career.

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Things You'll Learn

History of
UX Design

Learn about the history and evolution UX design and the importance of putting the user at the centre of the design process – you’ll be best friends with your audience in no time.

Understand
User Needs

Understand and harness the importance of different research techniques, create appropriate artifacts and develop an experience brief.

Design
Framework

Gather and nurture ideas and build an experience design framework that illustrates and defines the experiences of different types of users.

Create a
Prototype

Gain an understanding of UX tools, techniques and best practices. Discover how to refine your ideas, translate them into designs and document them to create memorable experiences.

Test Your
Work

Learn the ins and outs of user testing and how to apply insights to improve your designs.

Create a
Portfolio

Learn how to create a UX design portfolio. Showcase your best work and highlight what employers are looking for to prepare you for the interview that could launch your career.

Learn How to
Present

Gain confidence in describing and explaining your work, demonstrate your point of view and provide rationale for your design decisions.

Hands-On
Toolboxes

Design basics, Introduction to cognitive psychology, Problem solving, Collaborating with visual designers, Working with front-end developers.

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Step 1 - Download and complete the application.

Step 2 - Schedule a question and answer session.

Step 3 - Show us your creative samples and complete the creative assignments.

Step 4 - Send in your application, creative samples, and application fee.

 

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