Learn the Key Secrets to Effective UI/UX Design

These days, consumers want every product to be an experience. From movie theaters to restaurants to phone apps, users need to be totally engaged from point A to point B. As so, your app’s look and feel can determine whether it thrives or fails, which is why UX and UI designers are some of the most in-demand positions in the tech industry. Whether you’re looking to improve the user experience on your own app or start a new career in the field, the good news is that you can learn the essentials with the UI & UX Design Bootcamp.

With this bundle, you’ll get access to 6 courses and over 39 hours of training, with courses such as:

  • Mobile UI and UX Design Course: Whether you’re a beginner or need a refresher, study the basics and gain insight into the current developments and trends
  • Android Design: Learn UX, UI & Android Marshmallow: This course leverages the basics of UI & UX design to help you create and master the Android Marshmallow platform
  • How To Build Habit-Forming Products: Former Stanford Graduate School of Business teacher, Nir Eyal, will show you how attract loyal customers and retain them

These courses not only teach you the basic principles of UX design, but how to lead a team and approach the design process from start to finish. You’ll learn to collect the right information from users, test effectively, and make sure that whatever you build truly resonates at the end of the day.

Out of all the new jobs being added to the market, tech remains the fastest growing and largest contributor. If you’re looking to enter the industry, and snag a position that blends the art of the visual experience with the science of user behavior, UX design is the perfect career chance. The UI & UX Design Bootcamp provides you with all the information and analysis you need to build a better app, and it’s available for only $39.

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