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Through a series of modules, you will learn the fundamentals of UX design and production workflows by using practical methodologies and the latest prototyping tool Figma. You will solve business and product design challenges while applying the latest user centered design principles. These include practical UX techniques such as user research, journey mapping, competitive analysis, design thinking, wireframing, prototyping, matrices, personas, and validation testing. You will also begin developing your professional persona by translating projects into case studies to showcase in your portfolio.


Benefit from additional opportunities for knowledge acquisition and career development:

  • Mentorship with a UX professional
  • Work integrated learning

Scheduling

A typical week in the 8-week accelerated format:

  • 10 hours of synchronous learning (Online, every Monday and Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.)
  • 2.5 hours of asynchronous learning (At your convenience during a given week)
  • Project-based work and assignments require 15+ hours outside class time
  • Those with little or no prior knowledge will require more time

A typical week in the 20-week format:

  • 4 hours of synchronous learning (Online, every Friday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
  • 1 hour of asynchronous learning (At your convenience during a given week)
  • Project-based work and assignments require 5-8 hours outside class time
  • Those with little or no prior knowledge will require more time

Your take-away

You will learn to:

  • Apply a user-centered approach to designing digital products using the latest methodologies and tools
  • Develop creative solutions using the UX design process
  • Design for business impact while balancing user needs
  • Create a portfolio that showcases projects and illustrates UX best practices 
  • Use the latest industry tools to generate wireframes, prototypes and other user-centered UX techniques
  • Design solutions that meet the technical requirements of the production team 
  • Apply professional self-reflection, collaboration, storytelling, problem solving and active listening techniques throughout the UX design process 

Our approach

This program employs a project-based approach that focuses on the acquisition and practice of real-world skills required for a professional UX designer. 

Learn directly from industry professionals who will share the latest UX Design trends and who will guide you through professional workflows, challenge you with real-world projects, and prepare you for your big break in the tech industry.


Who benefits most?

  • Those looking to transition into a UX related field
  • People who want to integrate UX processes into their projects/work
  • People who work with UX teams like product/project managers 

Career support

Mentorship (optional)
Students will receive 8 hours of career development mentoring from leaders in the Montreal ecosystem.


Work-integrated learning (optional)
Upon successful completion of the coursework, students will complete 120 hours of work-integrated learning.

 


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Montreal, Que.
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Hours

Monday–Friday9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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