How to become a UX Designer

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All the web designers should give due importance to the User Interface as it is important for any web designer to design functional sites that can easily generate interest and online traffic among the internet users. The user interface design of your site plays a vital role in bringing high volume web traffic to it. This program gives an overview of User Interface. It gives an opportunity to the participant to gain a hands-on experience of working on the UI specifics of the site that is being developed by them.

  • You’ll learn what the relevant tools are for UX Designers. 
  • You’ll learn about Web Design, Graphic Design and other Design Tools in this course.
  • You’ll find out how much a UX designer can earn.
  • You’ll learn how to research a UX project. 
  • You’ll learn the difference between UI & UX. 
  • You’ll learn what the responsibilities of a UX designer are. 
  • You’ll be able to run your first user testing sessions.
  • You’ll know how to run competitor research. 
  • You’ll learn how to build user profiles & personas. 
  • You’ll learn how to create wireframes.
  • You’ll learn how to use InVision building mockups. 
  • You’ll learn how to report your user testing results.

User Experience, also known as UX, is absolutely one of the fastest growing and possibly most exciting parts of the interactive industry. There are many facets to a career in the user experience, and all of them are deeply rooted in a passion for not only knowing users but, being able to shape their experiences into the best that they can possibly be. In this guide for UX careers, you will find essential information about the various career opportunities around UX, the national benchmarks set for such salaries, the best areas for jobs in UX, and essential tools of the trade for those User Experience professionals.

Here’s how the average salary changes as more experience are gained.

You may check the current job openings in UX Designers here, https://www.naukri.com/user-experience-designer-jobs

REQUESTING FOR COMPLETION CERTIFICATION (additional, optional service)
It is possible that you desire to celebrate your accomplishment in completing courses in our reskilling programme by receiving relevant, verifiable, nationally recognized and internationally accredited professional qualifications (digital copy) that correspond to the course(s) you had undertaken and successfully concluded. This is possible at an affordable fee as follows: 

  1. Completed one course –  Eligible for PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE (FOUNDATION LEVEL) @ 29 Euro only 
  2. Completed two courses – Eligible for PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE (PRACTITIONER LEVEL)  @ 39 Euro only 
  3. Completed three courses – Eligible for PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE (EXPERT LEVEL) @ 49 Euro only 
  4. Completed four courses – Eligible for PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE (MASTER LEVEL) @ 59 Euro only 
  5. Completed five courses – Eligible for PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA @ 69 Euro only 
  6. Completed six courses – Eligible for PROFESSIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA @ 79 Euro only
  7. Completed seven courses – Eligible for PROFESSIONAL POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATE @ 89 Euro only 
  8. Completed eight courses – Eligible for PROFESSIONAL POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA @ 99 Euro only 

To request for a digital copy award, please contact: ite@eiu.ac

Note: Since you are permitted to select the course(s) that are most useful to your own job roles, the specialization field mentioned on the qualification ordered will be determined by you. In other words, you would decide what to call your qualification. For example, if you had completed three courses, namely, Body Language for Professional Success, Public Speaking, and Workplace Communication, you could then choose to request your award to be granted with the name ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SKILLS, or PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS, or any others, as per your own liking and choice. Hence, your full qualification will be called “PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE (EXPERT LEVEL) in ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SKILLS”

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