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UX Bootcamp in Washington
Attend the UX Bootcamp at American Graphics Institute and learn to plan, research, organize, and present information to develop useful apps and websites that meet the needs of end-users and achieve the goals of businesses and organizations. The UX Bootcamp teaches strategic thinking and tactical skills including the most commonly used UX design tools. The program is useful for those designing for a variety of form factors and devices such as desktop, tablet, and phone.
The UX Bootcamp in Washington at American Graphics Institute is a hands-on program that teaches both strategic and tactical skills. Participants learn modern UI and UX design tools along with UX strategy and processes. All classes include significant hands-on work in UX projects. Classes are small, with a limit of 10 per course section, allowing for individualized attention. The UX program covers both UX and UI design.
UX Bootcamp in Washington
The UX Bootcamp program is available on-line, in-person, or blended. You can start your UX Bootcamp online or in Boston as part of our rolling-admissions process. New classes start every 45 days. If you prefer to start with an individual UX course to try the program, you can later apply the coursework and fees from individual UX courses to the UX Bootcamp program.
UX Bootcamp in Washington
If you prefer, the individual components of the UX Bootcamp are also available as short-term UX classes and UX workshops. You can find dates and enroll in these by viewing the available UX courses.
UX Bootcamp and UX Certificate Program Differences
The UX Bootcamp is designed for participants looking to learn UX principles and tools, but are not seeking job placement into a UX role. The UX Certificate program includes additional coursework as well as career placement assistance and is a better choice for those seeking assistance in finding a job in the UX field.
UX Certification for Professionals in Washington
AGI offers the internationally recognized ISO standard UX Certification exam, the CPUX-F, along with exam preparation courses, or you can attend the UX bootcamp from locations near you.
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Using VA Education Benefits for UX Bootcamp
The UX Bootcamp program in Washington is not eligible for VA Education benefits, however, the similar UX Certificate program is approved for GI Bill benefits. Eligible participants can use their Veterans Affairs (VA) funds for the UX Certificate program.
The UX Bootcamp program prepares participants for user experience design roles, user interface design positions, and for working in web design and app design roles. The program is equally useful for web developers, business analysts, product managers, and traditional designers transitioning to the field of UX Design. Participants can attend the UX Bootcamp online or in Boston.
Courses in this Bootcamp
Course information for the UX Bootcamp in Washington
UX Class: UX Design Principles
In this UX class, participants learn the core principles of digital product design and produce a project using the UX design process. Through a project-focused workshop, participants learn all stages of user experience design. It starts with determining UX strategy, moving into user research, discovering user scenarios, building user personas, and developing an information architecture (IA).
Once the structure of the content has been prioritized, participants sketch and prototype their design. All along the way, iteration and testing is implemented so as to learn how to incorporate feedback from others.
This UX design class provides a strong foundation for creating user-centered designs, whether in web design, app design, interface, or product design.
Information Architecture Class for UX
In this UX Class for information architecture, discover methods and processes for structuring and organizing content to build effective user experiences. Learn to prioritize, sort, structure and organize information so that it can be found in a way that is consistent and predictable. As part of this UX course participants find out how to evaluate existing content and assess new content needs. Participants also learn to organize and structure content, as well as define navigation.
UX Class: User Experience for Mobile Devices and Touch Screens
Learn about UX for phones, tablets, and touch-screens along with special considerations when defining their UX and UI. This workshop teaches usability and interaction factors that impact mobile, tablet, and phone UX. Participants in this UX course discover how to create interfaces and interactions that are optimized for mobile and touch input. Learn how usability issues such as finger size, touch targets, single-hand use, and environment impact UX, and how to address these factors.
UX Class: Rapid prototyping training
Learn Rapid Prototyping UX skills in this live class led by an expert in the user experience design field. Participants discover how to efficiently create, share and test concepts, designs and structure for websites and apps through the rapid prototyping UX design process. Learn best practices for UX prototyping and testing before investing in final user experience designs. Gain an understanding of the process for rapid iteration of UX designs and creating mockups. Find out ways to improve the efficiency of the design and development process in this Rapid Prototyping UX workshop.
Creating User Experience Design Assets and Documentation
In this UX course discover how to use tools such as Illustrator and Photoshop to create UX assets and build UX documentation necessary for delivering a final user interface. This UX class is primarily offered for participants in the UX Certificate program, and is also available as a private class for groups.
UX Research Class
In this UX Research training class participants learn the techniques for planning, conducting and evaluating UX research. Participants learn UX research techniques and participate in a UX research project.
Figma Course - Introduction
Learn Figma to create prototypes for websites, applications and more in this hands-on Figma course. Use Figma’s design features to create the visual design for your interactive projects. Use the prototyping features to add interactivity like clickable links. Publish to share your designs and library of styles with your team as part of this collaborative prototyping tool.
HTML Course - Introduction
This HTML course teaches web design foundations using HTML and CSS, the building blocks of all web design, web development, and HTML emails. Learn to plan, design, and create websites using HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language), XHTML (eXtensible Hyper Text Markup Language), and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) - the building blocks of web pages - and essential skills for web design and web development roles. Learn web design and web development skills to create websites that look good across multiple browsers and devices. This HTML class also introduces working with interactivity and multimedia, as well as web design for devices such as tablets and smartphones.
Responsive Web Design Class
This responsive web design class provides you with the skills to create responsive websites that adapt to various screen sizes and resolutions. Discover how to create sites that render correctly across mobile, tablet, and desktops using fluid grids, CSS, flexible foundation, and more. Knowledge of all topics covered in the introductory HTML and CSS class is required before enrolling in this web design course.