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Unleash your potential as a UI/UX designer in just 6 months through our cutting-edge online UX/UI Certification course. Acquire the expertise and self-assurance to excel as a top-tier UX/UI designer, Step into the world of the best UX/UI designers and prosper in this captivating domain. Taught live by experienced professionals, our course includes hands-on exercises and projects to help you apply your skills and build a portfolio. Our main emphasis lies in the emerging AI landscape, where we provide hands-on practice and instruction in AI tools.

Enroll today and start your journey to becoming a UI/UX designer!

Course Features

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  • quizQuizzes


  • lectureAssessments



  • User Research Methodologies: Have an understanding of both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, enabling you to gain insightful user perspectives.
  • Design Process Application: Acquire the skills to implement a structured design process to real-world UX/UI projects, fostering an intuitive and user-centric approach.
  • Wireframing and Prototyping: Understand user needs and translate them into tangible solutions by creating wireframes and prototypes that truly resonate.
  • User Testing and Iteration: Your skill set will be elevated by conducting rigorous user testing and iterating designs based on valuable user feedback.
  • Interaction Design Elements: Master the nuances of crafting engaging interaction elements like buttons, forms, navigation, and more.
  • Design Thinking Principles: Immerse yourself in the world of design thinking, infusing innovation and user empathy into your UX/UI projects.
  • Prototyping Tools and Techniques: Acquire proficiency in diverse prototyping tools and techniques that enhance your project execution.
  • Insightful Overview of the Design Industry: Gain a brief but valuable understanding of the broader design industry landscape.


Module 1: Introduction to UX Research
How to build your first UX design from start to finish?
UX design processes
How to Understand the Problem?
Introduction of research stage
Introduction to UX research
Purpose of UX research
Timings for conducting user research
UX research process
UX research approaches
Type of approaches
Introduction to qualitative research
Benefits of qualitative UX research
Type of qualitative research methods
Introduction to quantitative research
Benefits of quantitative UX research
New technologically advanced methods
Module 2: Qualitative Research Process
Qualitative data collection process
Data collection process
Understanding objectives
Participant profile
Discussion guide
User study
Introduction to user interviews
Introduction to usability testing
Introduction to observational methods
Competitive analysis
Data collection
Making inferences
New technologically advanced methods
New trends in UX research
Module 3: Qualitative Report & Visual Insights
Reporting insights process
Analyse data
Tools for analysis
Synthesize data
Visualising qualitative research insights
Introduction to personas
Retrospective-based metrics
Report creation
Module 4: Quantitative Research Process
Quantitative data collection process
Data collection process
Understanding objectives
Designing the study
Introduction to survey
Introduction to analytics data
Introduction to a/b testing
Introduction to card sorting
Introduction to tree testing
Developing measurement instruments
Collecting data
Data entry and analysis
Module 5: Quantitative Report & Visual Insights
Reporting insights process
Analyse data
Tools for analysis
Synthesize data
Visualising quantitative research insights
Tasks-based metrics
Measurement error (margin of error)
Report creation
Module 6: Research Portfolio Creation
Introduction to portfolio
Components of a user experience research portfolio
Best practices for creating user experience research portfolio
Concluding discussions on all research topics
Module 7: Introduction of UX And UI
What is UX design?
What does UX designer do?
What skills does UX designer need?
What is UI design?
Difference between the UX UI
Difference between the UX vs UI designer
What does UX design involve?
What does UI design involve?
Skills required for UX UI
The importance of UI UX design in digital products
What Is UX deliverable?
Most frequently produced deliverables
Module 8: User Centered Design
Introduction to user centred design
Principles of user centred design
User centered design process
Five guiding principles to ucd
Design thinking process
Design thinking in UX/UI design
Overview of the UX audit process
What is UX audit
How to conduct a UX audit: Key takeaways
Heuristic analysis
Advantages and disadvantages of a heuristic evaluation
Module 9: Introduction to Ideation stage
Mostly used Ideation techniques
How to prepare for an ideation session
Introduction of define & ideation stage
What is card sorting?
3 types of card sorting
Conducting a card sort
Remote card sorting tools
Introduction of define & ideation stage
What is brainstorming?
How To Use brainstorming best
What is a story boarding in UI/UX design?
Process: how to create a storyboard
How to work out a story structure?
What are moodboard creation?
Why is moodboard important?
Module 10: Understanding of IA, Sitemap, Userflow, Taskflow & User Stories
What is information architecture?
Uses of information architecture
Questions for information architecture
Is information architecture the same as UX?
Elements of information architecture
What is site map?
What is userflow?
Why user flow is important?
How to create a user flow?
Why do you need user flow in UX design?
When to use UX design user flow?
How to create a user flow for UX design?
Clear mobile app user flows examples
What is taskflow?
Task flow vs user flow with example
Interactive session
What are user stories?
Examples of user story
User stories serve a number of key benefits:
Module 11: Understanding the Types of Wireframes
What is wireframe?
Why should we create wireframes?
Types of Wireframes
Low fidelity wireframe
Mid fidelity wireframe
High fidelity wireframe
Module 12: Understanding of Prototyping
What Is paper prototyping?
The 2 major uses of paper prototypes
Advantages of paper prototyping
Digital prototyping
Types of digital prototyping
Use of annotation and fid in project: tips and examples
Module 13: Exploring and Analysing UI Inspiration
Popular inspiration websites
Types of UX laws
7 factors that influence user experience
Module 14: Introduction of Design System and principals
Figma introducion
Principles of effective UI design
Introduction of design system and principals
Gestalt principles
What is typography / basic typography elements
10 tips for typography
What is iconography?
Iconography & image usage
Use case of icons
Icons need a text label
7 principles of icon design
What is colour theory?
Color properties
Colour harmonies
The role of color in UX
The 60-30-10 rule
What are the spacing in UI design?
Guidelines for spacing in UI development
Layout design: the parts of a grid
Types of grids
UI style guides with examples
What are user interface elements?
What is graphics & illustration?
Why use Illustrations graphics?
Ways to use Illustration in user interfaces
Figma advance
Module 15: Introduction to Microcopy in UX Design
What is microcopy?
Three traits of the best microcopy
Disability in UI UX
Module 16: Understanding Material Design (Android) and Human Interface Guidelines (iOS)
What are the android material guidelines?
Material design
Screen sizes
Top app bars
Navigation bar
Navigation drawer
What are the ios guidelines?
Navigation bar
Tab bar
Activity view
Segmented control
Tool bars
Module 17: Accessibility Design Guidelines
How to make websites/apps accessible?
Module 18: Designing for Different Screen Sizes and Viewpoints
Adaptive web design
Why use adaptive web design?
Responsive web design
Why use responsive web design?
Top figma plugins for responsive design
Module 19: Understanding the Concept of Mental Models
Understanding the concept of mental models
What are mental modal?
How to apply mental models to product design
What is cognitive study?
Understanding cognitive psychology in UX design
Cognitive load and UX design
Minimize cognitive load to maximize usability
6 ways to reduce cognitive demand when designing UX
Use repetition in design patterns and conventions
Module 20: Common Error Message Categories and Examples
What Is interface error?
15 tips on writing and designing good error messages
Module 21: Overview of the content Audit Process
What is content audit
What is a content audit used for?
Content audit process
Module 22: The Impact of Usability on User Experience
What is usability?
Types of testing
Usability testing methods
Usability testing process
How to conduct user testing
The main elements of usability
How to build UX UI portfolio : tips and examples
TAD XD Experience Design Certification
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Frequently Asked Questions

UX/UI designers don't necessarily need artistic skills. Instead, they require problem-solving abilities, strong logical reasoning, a keen design sense, and a genuine interest in the UI/UX field.

The career outlook for UX/UI designers is positive. The demand for UX/UI designers is expected to grow by 8% from 2020 to 2030, faster than the average for all occupations. This growth is being driven by the increasing popularity of digital products and services, as well as the growing need for businesses to improve the usability and user experience of their products.

UX (User Experience) and UI (User Interface) are distinct aspects of digital design. UX aims to provide a user-friendly experience, while UI focuses on visually appealing design. Through UX/UI training, you'll not only comprehend these differences but also engage users effectively with design elements.

TAD's UI/UX designer program typically spans six months with weekend live sessions. Within this duration, you'll dive deep into design complexities, emerging as a proficient professional. By course end, you'll have a strong grasp of UI/UX principles and techniques.

Once you've successfully completed all the stipulated projects and assignments, you'll receive the TAD certification pertaining to the specific course. This online certification validates your proficiency and understanding in the field, potentially unlocking fresh career pathways for you.

Furthermore, students achieving a merit score will be awarded the prestigious TAD Pro certificate, highly valued in the industry.

The UI/UX design course is ideal for aspiring designers, creative professionals, developers, marketers, and anyone interested in mastering the art of crafting exceptional user experiences and visually appealing interfaces. There is no such barrier or prerequsite of education backgorund / qualitfication. Anyone with interest can learn and excel in it.

TAD's UI/UX course is distinguished by its hands-on approach, industry-relevant projects, and expert-led instruction. Our curriculum is designed to equip you with practical skills that employers seek in today's competitive job market. Our main emphasis lies in the emerging AI landscape, where we provide hands-on practice and instruction in AI tools.

No prior experience is necessary. Our UI/UX course is structured to accommodate beginners and individuals with limited design knowledge. We start from the basics and progressively guide you through advanced concepts.

Our course balances theoretical knowledge with practical application. You'll learn foundational principles while also working on real-world projects that mirror industry scenarios. This approach ensures you're job-ready upon completion.

Upon completing the UI/UX design course, you can explore roles such as UI designer, UX designer, Interaction designer UX/UI researcher, Product designer, Usability analyst, UX strategist, Design Consulatny, CX design and more. These positions are in demand across various industries, offering diverse career pathways.