Get ready to rethink your approach to UX Design. Learn Hang Le's step-by-step method for creating award-winning UX Design, live online.
Each week, you’ll apply what you’ve learned in your own UX design project. By the course end, you'll finish with a product design you can't wait to pitch to stakeholders.
Overcome your barriers to success, whatever they are — refine your process, learn how to interview, and set your portfolio apart.
Uplevel your work from the basic design school process and find your right fit in the industry.
Influence partners better with killer presentation strategies and make the case for how your designs bring value to the business.
Add a stellar new piece to your portfolio and sharpen your interview skills as you pursue fresh career opportunities.
This course is for anyone wondering where they fit in the design world. Find out what UX looks like as a career and build the hard and soft skills at each design stage to make it yours.
You’ll learn in live sessions with Hang and a peer group of motivated designers. Enjoy a hands-on, individualized learning experience through live workshops, office hours with Hang, and a final course project.
Perfect your skills through practice and frank instructor feedback. Learn how to pull the maximum value from user research and analysis, wireframing and testing, and visual design.
Create a portfolio-ready project, with direct input from an award-winning UX designer. You'll finish this course with a piece of work that speaks to your new design strengths.
Make yourself an invaluable part of the business model. Learn how to look at your design from a business perspective and master skills like UX persona development, user research, and problem framing.
Present your designs — and yourself — persuasively. Learn the right way to present design work and how to clear the first hurdle in your career journey: the interview process.
Refine your career vision and learn where UX fits into the broader development cycle.
Assignment #1: Project Case Study
Choose an existing product, service, or website you'd like to optimize, or create your own. Answer the provided questions to guide your initial exploration of your chosen case.
Go Deeper: Read at least 3 job postings with a combination of these titles: UX designer at Google, product designer at Facebook, UI designer, UX/UI designer. Reflect on what role you align with and an area that you plan to explore.
This class shatters the biggest myth of UX design: you can focus on design and leave the business to the other guys.
Hang demos some of the tools she uses in her everyday work and shares her favorite tricks to optimize the research stage.
Assignment #2: User Personas
Run user research with 3-5 people fitting your persona assumptions. Revise your assumptions and create personas based on your research.
Learn how to analyze user feedback and narrow down the problem your design needs to solve.
Add to your creative toolbox with rapid ideation techniques and helpful prioritization frameworks for narrowing down the right one.
Assignment #3: User Journey
Create a journey map across personas, highlighting user pain points. Form a "How Might We" statement to summarize your focus problem and ideate solutions, choosing one.
Go Deeper: Form a list of use cases for your chosen solution.
Discover the ingredients of a great wireframe and prototype, plus Hang's time-tested techniques for enhancing product quality for B2B and B2C clients.
Assignment #4: Wireframe
Wireframe 3-5 key screens to visualize and test your idea.
Workshop user testing methods, tools, and interpreting results with Hang and your peers.
Determine how well your design helps achieve your original business goals.
Assignment #5: User Testing
Test your wireframe or prototype with 3-5 people. What surprised you about their experience?
Go Deeper: Revise your design based on that feedback.
Turn from the practical aspects of design to the beautiful: Hang demonstrates key visual design principles and how to apply them in a real project.
Learn how the best product companies evaluate and improve on the MVP and how to draft success metrics of your own.
Assignment #6: High-fidelity Design
Design at least one screen in high-fidelity.
Go Deeper: Form the success measurements you'll use to evaluate your design. What is the must-have feature in your MVP?
Designers trying to move up the career ladder quickly learn that there is a right way and a wrong way to present their work. Today you will, too.
Assignment #7: Begin the course project.
Simulate a UX feedback session as it happens in top product companies like Dropbox, with Hang and your peers weighing in on student projects. Six volunteers will present their final decks.
Create a deck of 5-10 slides breaking down your design for stakeholders. Use the assignments you've completed in the previous 4 weeks as the basis for starting this project.
Your presentation will make the business case for your design by addressing each design stage you worked through in the course. Hang will provide personal feedback on your finished deck.
You may present either your work from this course or an existing portfolio piece.
This special bonus class prepares you to master the complex mix of technical talent, design thinking, and soft skills that is the UX design interview.
"The assignments really help lock in what Hang teaches us in class. Practical application helps me learn better than simply listening to a lecture."
"I love how practical this course is! It’s not your typical cookie cutter bootcamp, it actually shows you what the current workforce looks like in the UX world! I’m really enjoying it so far :)"