The Basics of UX UI Design

Tuesday 29 November 2022

Starts 18:00 PM

Finishes 19:30 PM


Organized by Ironhack Lisbon: Learn a tech skill!


Venue: Online/Virtual

Address: Online event on your device
8600 Lisboa

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About this event

Are you looking to learn about UX/UI Design but don’t know where to start? Have you wondered how apps and websites are designed from a user’s perspective?

In a fast-growing digital economy, tech skills are becoming essential for various purposes. Perhaps you want to add more skills to your resume, or you have ideas you want to build. For some, it’s an opportunity to move to a new career.

Join us this month for a practical UX/UI Design workshop delivered by one of our expert Ironhack instructors. We will help you learn the basics and see just how far you can go by understanding some of the UX/UI Design fundamentals.

In this exclusive online class, we will cover:

✅ The Design Thinking 5-stage process, while applying it together in a Challenge

✅ Tools to translate user research into actionable information

✅ Tools to generate multiple ideas to solve real problems

✅ How to build Wireframes and Prototypes on Figma

✅ We will be following our instructor step by step while we build a real-life digital product, guiding us on useful key UX/UI Design frameworks.

✅ You’ll learn key concepts that you can start applying in your future work.

At the end of the session you will be able to apply a user-centered methodology to solve real problems in both digital and offline environments.

We look forward to welcoming you to this exclusive session.


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