Commit.(UX)

Estimated Time

6 months | 10 hours per week

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Join the next Commit.(UX)

Professional Certificate: Google UX Design

You can learn more about this program and certificate at https://grow.google/uxdesign/

Certificate description: Prepare for a career in the high-growth field of UX design. Over 7 courses, 200 hours of instruction and hundreds of practice-based assessments, you will simulate real-world UX design scenarios that are critical for success in the workplace. You will create designs on paper and in digital design tools like Figma and Adobe XD. By the end of the certificate program, you will have a professional UX portfolio that includes three end-to-end projects, so that you’re ready to apply for jobs.

You’ll learn how to complete the design process from beginning to end, including: Empathizing with users; Defining user pain points; Coming up with ideas for design solutions; Creating wireframes, mockups, and prototypes; Testing designs through usability studies; Iterating on designs based on feedback.

Where and how: The Google UX Design Professional Certificate takes place 100% online at Coursera at your own pace. A suggested pace of 10 hours per week would take approximately 6 months to complete.


Our Commit

Fully funded Coursera subscription for up to 1 year to complete the professional certificate as well as ongoing assistance from mentors.

Prerequisite Knowledge

Must have completed at least one Code(Cayman) program to be eligible for the Commit. No other degree or prior experience required.

Overview

Course 1
Foundations of User Experience (UX) Design
Course 2
Start the UX Design Process: Empathize, Define, and Ideate
Course 3
Build Wireframes and Low-Fidelity Prototypes
Course 4
Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts
Course 5
Create High-Fidelity Designs and Prototypes in Figma
Course 6
Responsive Web Design in Adobe XD
Course 7
Design a User Experience for Social Good & Prepare for Jobs
Details
Status: Register
Location: Code(Cayman).TechLab
Course Provider: Offered by Google at Coursera