How does it work?
The Professional Diploma in UX Design is available to study online via our best-in-class learning management system, which we handpicked due to alit of its user experience design.
Your learning will include:
The Professional Diploma in UX Design has been developed to help build a successful career in UX.
Upon completion of the course, you will become a Certified UX Professional.
What’s covered in the course:
These are the ten comprehensive modules in the course that cover all aspects of best practice UX design:
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for a very wide audience, usually anybody working in a digital capacity or looking to build UX skills can benefit from attending this course. Typically, software developers, web designers, graphic designers, business analysts, UX designers, product designers, project managers, digital marketers and content managers plus many more professions complete the course.
Account managers in a design business would also be suitable for the course. It really applies to any with involvement in the product, whether that’s an involvement in the product development process, a stakeholder within the business/organisation, or dealing with the client for whom the product is been developed.
Enrolment deadline – 26th October 2018
Course commences: 1st November 2018
Two Classroom-based Workshops:
For more information on syllabus and enrolment details, please register your interest here.
About UX Design Institute
The UX Design Institute is setting the standard in UX education across the globe. Formerly known as UXTraining, they have trained thousands of digital professionals across the globe, and helped them pursue successful careers in UX design. Our alumni now work as UX designers with some of the world’s leading companies; Google, Faceboook, IBM, Aer Lingus, Accenture, Vodafone, Virgin, Dell, Three, WorkDay and many more.
Colman Walsh first started working as a UX designer in San Francisco in 1999. Since then he has worked with blue-chip clients in New York, London and now Dublin.