Live Online Intermediate Course 8 Weeks Part-Time
Created for designers and developers, this course will teach you the process of enhancing user satisfaction. You'll learn how to improve the usability, accessibility, and enjoyment of the user experience.
What you’ll learn
Our UX Design course, available Live Online from anywhere or In-Person in Toronto, will teach you the process of enhancing user satisfaction.Through a strategic blend of interactive lessons and hands-on practice you’ll learn how to improve the user experience. You’ll build your new skills through regular exercises, one-on-one mentorship, and real-world portfolio-worthy projects designed to put your skills into practice. Some of the things you'll learn are:
Personas and Mental Models
Human Centered Design
Intro Course – UX Design
What will I build?
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A Human-Centred take on Seniors and Technology
In our UX Design course, students are tasked to use design thinking to propose a solution for a real-world problem. In this project, Juno graduate Mahsa Yavari explores the issue of seniors’ disengagement from technology, by first understanding and examining the root causes.View Live Project
Dates & Costs
48 hours over 8 weeks
Learn on evenings or weekends in our signature 8-week format, designed to fit in with a busy schedule.
November 01 – December 20, 2020
10:00am - 4:00pm EST
2020-11-01 – 2020-12-20
February 27 – April 17, 2021
10:00am - 4:00pm EST
The Juno Team
2021-02-27 – 2021-04-17
$2,000 CAD + HST
All of our Continuing Education courses are $2,000 CAD + HST. Talk to a member of our Student Success Team to learn more about payment details and financing options.
What people are saying about this course
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If you’re looking for someone who will only teach you how to make pretty things, this might not be the best course for you. But if you want to learn how to use qualitative and quantitative research to solve problems with beautiful design, then you’ve hit the jackpot with this class.
Jessica Del Grande
Front-End Web Application Developer/ UX Designer
Your Journey into UX Design Starts Here
Our UX Design Student Experience Package contains everything you need to know about this in-demand course, including:
- Full course syllabus and weekly class breakdown
- A look at course costs and financial aid options
- Overview of our amazing community and what you can expect from your experience with Juno
- Real reviews from our alumni who have taken this course
- What your next steps should be
UX Design FAQs
What formats are Juno's courses offered in?
All Juno courses are offered Live Online from anywhere in the world, or In-Person at our campus in the heart of downtown Toronto, Canada. If you choose to learn Live Online, all you need is a computer and a reliable internet connection. If you choose to learn In-Person, you need to be able to attend on campus classes for the duration of your course.
Please note: Due to COVID-19, all Juno courses are Live Online until further notice. Find out more about Juno's Live Online course format here or signup here to be the first to know when our In-Person courses are back.
Are there any computer requirements?
You'll need a laptop for every class! Although we don’t have a preference for what you use, some courses and workshops do require the use of a Mac laptop. Students who enroll in the UX Design must use a Mac laptop as you’ll be using Sketch, a program that isn’t currently available for PCs.
If you are unable to provide your own, we offer a limited number of Macbooks for rent for our In-Person classes, at a rate of $100/month plus HST with a refundable security deposit of $250. Please let us know as soon as possible if you require a laptop rental.
Do I need to be a designer to enroll in this course?
While existing knowledge of visual design will be helpful in this course, it’s not required. There will be a brief lesson on visual design best practices and how to use Sketch so that everyone has the working knowledge needed to complete exercises and projects.
What do I need to be prepared for this course?
Anyone enrolling in our UX Design course needs a Macbook with Sketch installed and licensed, unless they already know how to use other programs like Adobe XD, in which case they will be welcome to use them as an alternative to Sketch. However, only Sketch will be covered in class. If you would like to use Sketch and you don't have your own MacBook, we offer a limited number of Macbooks for rent for our In-Person classes, at a rate of $100/month plus HST with a refundable security deposit of $250. Please let us know as soon as possible if you require a laptop rental.
Will I learn Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator in this course?
This course does not cover how to use any Adobe programs. There will be a brief lesson on visual design best practices and how to use Sketch so that everyone has the working knowledge needed to complete exercises and projects.
What are the prerequisites for enrolling in UX Design at Juno?
There are no prerequisites or tech-challenges for UX Design at Juno, though the course will be most useful for those already working as designers or developers, or in UX adjacent roles.
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