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This UI UX Bootcamp Will Blow Your Mind. Here’s Why.

Get Real with a Design Studio

Learn on the go and immerse yourself in real-world projects by a Design Studio.

Best-In-Class Curriculum

Designed to get you job-ready by the crème de la crème of industry experts.

Get Building from Day 1

Spice up your portfolio with every assignment and case study in our masterclasses.

The Latest UI UX Toolkit

Build a versatile skillset with the latest tools and processes used in the industry.

Get Mentored by the Best

Work 1:1 with expert mentors from companies like Spotify, Netflix, Google, Apple.

Personalized Feedback

Get constructive, structured, actionable insights to tackle complex design problems.

Get Job-Ready with the Ultimate UI/UX Designer Bootcamp

Portfolio Creation from Day 1

Gain hands-on experience with real-world capstone projects from a Design Studio

Extensive Career Guidance

Interview prep, analysis, and support with feedback from mentors

Career-Focused

LinkedIn profile reviews and assistance for portfolio enhancement

Strengthen Your Profile with Real-World Projects

UX UI Course Curriculum

UI Design 

  • User Interface Definition 
  • Design Thinking Introduction 
  • Visual Design Principals Introduction 
  • Web and App Design Essentials 

UX Design 

  • User Definition 
  • UX History 
  • Human Needs and their Importance 
  • Experience Definition 
  • Research Introduction 

Collaboration 

  • Team Work Essentials 
  • Project Present Introduction 
  • Lean and Agile UX Introduction 

Tools Introduction 

  • Figma (Brief Description and its Pros & Cons) 
  • Adobe XD (Brief Description and its Pros & Cons) 

User Research Methods 

  • Introduction (Types and how to choose between) 
  • Quantitative Research (Surveys, Five-Second-Testing) 
  • Qualitative Research (User Interview, Focus Groups, Usability Testing) 
  • Behavioral Research (A/B Testing, Analytics, Eye Tracking, Card Sorting) 

Survey and Interviews 

  • Conducting user interviews (How, When, Why) 
  • Conducting user Surveys (How, when, Why) 

Generative Research 

  • Introduction (Why and How to Conduct) 
  • Generative Research vs. Evaluation Research 

Quantitative & Qualitative Research 

  • Similarities and differences 
  • Quantitative & Qualitative Research Sample Questions 

User Personas

  • Introduction (What is and Why Needed) 
  • Defining User Personas (Creating a new one visually) 
  • Personas Elements and Spectrums 

Journey Maps

  • Journey Maps (What is it and why) 
  • Journey Maps Types (Current state, Future state, Day in the Life, and Service Blueprint) 
  • Journey Maps elements and touchpoints 
  • Creating Journey Maps (Visually) 

Empathy Maps 

  • Empathy Maps (What is it and why) 
  • Empathy map types (Single and Multiple User) 
  • Steps and Elements 
  • Creating Empathy Map (Visually)

Storyboards 

  • Benefits and Structures 
  • Storyboards elements 
  • Creating a simple one 

User Flows 

  • User Flows or UX Flows (What is it and why) 
  • User Flows Steps Introduction 
  • Understanding Users 
  • Creating Flow Outline (Using Flow Elements) 

Information Architecture 

  • IA (What is it and why) 
  • IA Elements and Principles 
  • IA in action (for a website navigation) 

User Segmentation 

  • User Segmentation (What is it and why) 
  • Types and Methods 
  • Building a sample User segmentation in action

Sitemap Refining 

  • Sitemaps (What is it and why) 
  • Values and Anatomy 
  • Sitemap Types (Flat & Deep) 
  • Creating a Flat Sitemap in action 

Navigation Defining 

  • Benefits and Structures 
  • Rules, Goals and Types 
  • Menu and Navigation for Mobile Specifications 
  • Creating a navigation in action 

Content Auditing Essentials 

  • CAE (What is it and why) 
  • CAE Types and Parts 
  • Creating a CAE Sample 

Ideation

  • Introduction to Ideation 
  • Ideation Practical Methods 
  • Ideation Tools Overview 

Brainstorming 

  • Brainstorming (What is it and why) 
  • Techniques, Rules and steps 
  • Holding a brainstorming session (Practicing the Steps) 

User-Centered and Interaction Design

  • UCD (What is it and why) 
  • Basics, Principles and Methods 
  • UCD Process

Mobile-First Design Essentials 

  • Why, When and Importance 
  • Process and Steps 
  • Responsive Design Essentials 
  • Practicing for three devices (Desktop, Tablet, Mobile) 

Design Systems 

  • Design Systems (What and Why) 
  • Benefits 
  • Types and Creating Steps 
  • Design systems best examples in market 
  • How to create a design system and requirements 

UI Design

  • Grids and Spacing 
  • Design Principles (Visibility, Mapping and Constraints) 
  • Layout, Color, and Alignment 
  • Text, Typography, and Hierarchy essentials 
  • Creating UI Elements 
  • Gestalt principals (The Core Key Ideas) 
  • Design Patterns essentials 
  • Responsive design essentials 
  • HTML/CSS Basics 
  • Design Deliverables 

Sketching

  • Introduction and basics 
  • Methods, Techniques and Tools 
  • Sketching in action 

Wireframing

  • Introduction (what is it and why) 
  • Process and Types (Low to High Fidelity) 
  • Comparing online / offline tools 
  • Wireframing in action 

Prototyping

  • Prototyping (What and Why) 
  • Types and steps 
  • Comparing the best prototyping tools 
  • Creating simple ones (in low and high-fidelity type) 

Usability Testing

  • Introduction (What and Why) 
  • Test Plans and Scripts 
  • Types, Methods and elements 
  • Tools review 
  • Analyzing and reporting essentials 
  • Conducting a usability test 

A/B Testing

  • Introduction (What and Why) 
  • Conducting steps
  • Requirements and Variables 
  • Tools review 
  • Evaluating the results 

Heuristic Evaluation

  • Introduction (What and Why) 
  • Principles (Consistency, Aesthetic, Recognition, Flexibility...) 
  • Conducting steps and checklist 

Collaboration 

  • Introduction (Why and How) 
  • Principle (Four Eyes) 
  • Sharing, Feedback and Commenting 
  • Collaboration in selected tool 

Agile UX 

  • What is sprint? The Importance 
  • Benefits and Requirements 
  • Skills needed 

Lean UX 

  • What, When and Why 
  • Benefits, phases and principles 
  • MVP definition in Lean UX 

A good Portfolio and Showcase

  • What is it? 
  • Content and Layouts 
  • Including items 
  • Online portfolio and showcase website 

Case study Essentials 

  • What is it? 
  • Essentials and Elements 
  • Parts and Sections 
  • Case study reviews 

Portfolio Review

  • Reviewing online selected portfolios 
  • Comparing chart 

Apply 

  • Providing job application documents (CV, Cover letter … ) 
  • CV vs Resume 
  • CV essential topics and sections 
  • Where to Apply 

Searching for a Job 

  • Job search strategies 
  • Needed skills 
  • Job board resources and reviews 

Interview 

  • Interview preparation essentials 
  • Whiteboard Challenges 
  • Design Challenges 
  • Needed skills 
  • Interview process review 
  • Practicing common questions with answers 

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Industry recognized curriculum

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UI and UX Design Bootcamp FAQs

UI and UX Design Bootcamp

On completing this UI UX Bootcamp, you’ll be able to: 

  • Understand the role of a UI and UX designer, and the difference between the two 
  • Understand and describe the various stages of the UI/UX development process 
  • Conduct user research effectively and glean valuable insights out of it 
  • Ideate about a product, create an interactive prototype, and test hypotheses 
  • Create an engaging UI with the appropriate design components based on  
  • Create a comprehensive and engaging user flow for a product  
  • Create product prototypes using Figma 

Apart from giving you a thorough understanding of UI and UX design, this UI/UX course will help you design a portfolio right from day one. UI UX syllabus will help you learn more about the latest UI and UX design principles, best practices, tools, and components, you will put this knowledge to use and build your own portfolio. The UI UX design training will help you land a job sooner, because it’s proof that you know what to expect as a potential UI/UX designer. The UI UX design course duration is set at 12 weeks during which you will become a competent UI UX designer. 

This UI/UX Bootcamp online is for anyone interested in the field of UI/UX design. Whether you’re looking to strengthen your UI UX design fundamentals of design or switch to a career in UI/UX, this course is for you. Anyone can enroll, including: 

  • Software Developers 
  • Web Developers 
  • Mobile Developers  
  • Graphic Designers 
  • Illustrators  
  • Architects 
  • Industrial Designers 
  • Interior Designers   
  • Entrepreneurs 
  • Professionals from other fields   

Any workstation or laptop with at least 8GB RAM and high-speed internet access will work for this UI/UX course. 

Yes, absolutely. In today’s digital age, every product or service needs to have an app or a website to bring in and retain customers. But that’s not all-the app or website should allow for a good user experience. It is only when customers have an engaging experience with an app/website, will they buy the product/service in question. And to facilitate this, organizations across the world need skilled UI and UX designers. UI Design and UX Design are among the Jobs on the Rise 2022 and the Skills Companies Need the Most, as per LinkedIn. 

Poor usability fosters mistrust about a brand. Even if an app is not always crashing or throwing up error messages, a bad UI projects a bad attitude. An app or a website which has a bad design immediately creates a negative mindset towards a brand. Research conducted by Stanford University revealed that 75% of users make judgments about a company’s credibility based on design. Difficult-to-navigate apps or sites, difficult-to-conduct searches, repeated pop-ups are exactly the type of experience which make a customer leave.

First impressions matter a lot for a business’ online presence. Toptal, which is a platform for freelancers, conducted research and found that more than 90% of users will continue shopping if the UI is good and a bad experience shoos them away. Customers never like applications or sites which are difficult to navigate and have repeated pop-ups. 

This combined UI/UX design course offers you numerous benefits which other such courses miss the mark on. These include:

  • This course focuses on portfolio creation right from day one 
  • You will work on two real-world projects shared by a design studio 
  • You will apply all the skills/tools/principles you learn during the later part of the course 
  • This Bootcamp features case studies, which you can later add to your portfolio 
  • You will learn to use the latest stack of UI/UX software that’s industry-relevant 
  • You will learn from UI UX design classes featuring expert UX/UI Design mentors from big tech organizations 

The best UI UX courses online focus on practical skills, this one is no different.  

Course Experience

Yes, on completing the UI and UX design course and meeting all the requirements, you will receive a certificate of completion issued by KnowledgeHut.  

Yes, you can! We have multiple batches for UI and UX course designed to help busy professionals with full-time work commitments. You can attend live instructor-led sessions on the designated time as per your schedule and then complete assignments/projects during your free time.

Additional FAQs

In design terms, UI refers to user interface design, whereas UX refers to user experience design. The UI UX online course covers both disciplines in detail. 

In today's digital age, every product, service, platform has an application or website for customers to learn more about it, which is why its UI and UX, i.e., user experience and user interface is extremely important. The easiness with which a customer can interact (easy to navigate, smooth, and intuitive) and the look and feel of a website/application creates the first impression of the product/service in the minds of the customer(s). This decides whether they will engage with it in the future. 

UX refers to user experience, while UI refers to user interface. The former deals with the overall experience of using an application or website (whether they have an easy-to-navigate experience). The latter talks about the graphical layout of the website/application (the various components - buttons, fonts, etc.). UX UI course is designed to cover both these aspects of design. 

The following factors play a crucial role in UI UX design:

  • Easy, intuitive navigation 
  • Elements that are easy to understand 
  • A layout that makes overall sense in terms of the user flow  

To become a good UI/UX designer, you first need to strengthen your UI/UX fundamentals. Building a good eye for design is also equally important. Once you've accomplished these two, you then need to build your portfolio so that you can show it to future recruiters and land a good role in UI/UX design. Good news, though - you can enroll for KnowledgeHut's UI UX Bootcamp which will help you with all of these aspects. The UI UX design Bootcamp focuses on giving learners practical skills to build functional and captivating interfaces. 

A UI UX design course online is a course that teaches you the UI UX fundamentals. Such courses must leave you with the skills and knowledge to build beautiful yet fully functional apps and websites. 

A UI/UX designer is mainly responsible for creating easy-to understand, intuitive, and easy-to-navigate websites and/or applications for their organization's product or service. 

Skills such as solid UI/UX fundamentals, empathy for the user, curiosity, a good eye for design, typography, colour theory and visual communication are the important skills required for a UI/UX designer. Collaborative and communicative skills are important to have as well. Fortunately for you, all of these skills are covered in most UI UX design courses today. UI UX training focuses on practical skills that will be required on the job. 

By enrolling in KnowledgeHut's UI/UX Bootcamp, you can zoom from Beginner to Pro level when it comes to UI/UX Skills within 12 weeks.

The average annual pay for a UI/UX designer in the United States is $75,000. For India, this figure is ₹9,00,000 per annum. 

It is possible to learn UI/UX design from scratch. However, it would help to first read and research about UI/UX and understand what such designers do. Once the Bootcamp begins, you will be gaining a solid understanding of how to use UI/UX tools and start building a portfolio. Most aspiring designers even opt to go for a UI/UX Bootcamp to accelerate their design learning.

Anyone who wants the skills to be able to design beautiful, yet practical websites and applications can consider learning about UI/UX design. Enrolling for a UI UX certification course will also help speed up the process. 

If you want to become a UI/UX designer but lack relevant experience, you can get started by getting solid fundamentals in UI/UX design. Then, find out the best tools that experts use and master them. Slowly but surely, you'll acquire practical skills in design and be able to create your own portfolio. Opting for a UI UX design course is also a very good idea. Getting a UI UX design certification online will also add credibility to your knowledge and skills. 

There's no fixed answer to this question. You need to choose what domain you want based on three things:

  • What brings you the most happiness 
  • What you're good at (the skills that you have), and 
  • What skills your dream organization(s) (if any) prefer.

Finance Related FAQs

Yes, we have a 100% money-back guarantee for the course fees in line with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee policy for the UI/UX Bootcamp.

With our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee policy, you are assured of the highest standards of quality. At KnowledgeHut, we strive to ensure that your learning experience with us is beyond reproach. However, if for any reason your expectations are not met, we will refund the UI/UX Bootcamp cost in accordance with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee policy. 


Note*: In case of a refund, it will be credited to your account within 10-15 business days of the refund request. 

Yes, scholarships are available for students and veterans with grants that can vary up to 25% of the course fees to learn UI/UX Design.


To avail scholarships, please get in touch with us at support@knowledgehut.com. The team shall send the forms and instructions to you. Based upon the responses and answers that we receive, our panel of experts takes a decision on the grant. The entire process could take about 7 to 15 days. 

Yes, group discounts are available and apply to groups as small as three (3) participants. The more participants that attend a training course, the greater the discount. By registering in groups, you can typically save up to 20% to 30% on the cost of UI/UX Bootcamp. For more details, please check out the upcoming schedules. 

Yes, installment options are available for payment of a fee for UI/UX Bootcamp online. To avail the installment option, please get in touch with us at support@knowledgehut.com. The team will explain how the installments work and provide timelines for your case. Typically, the number of installments varies from 2 to 3, but the full amount must be paid before you complete the course.