Web design (UX/UI) courses (Online)
Web design is not only a beautiful visual material for the website but also a convenient navigation and purposeful layout. You will learn how to compile an attractive and user-friendly page.
The course is taught in English.
Web Design is the visual presentation of information through typography, photography and illustrations. You will learn how to create a variety of visuals, from promotional banners to web design, using different development programs.
After completing the Web Design (UX/UI) course, you will be able to combine web logic and information architecture. Will be able to draw wireframes and create appropriate design solutions. Knowledge is used to develop all digital solutions: online banners, web pages and applications.
After completing this course will be able to start a career as a freelance designer, as the demand for these professionals has increased significantly. Designers are also hired for website creation, design and creative agencies and startups.
Web design Dates and prices
Starts on the 25th of January
Graphic design programs
Overview of the programming tools: Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Muse, Sketch, prototype apps, text editors, on-line items, etc. Get started: network, screen sizes, Illustrator / Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator Basics: Text, simple shapes, alignment, markup, image placement, clipping mask, transformations.
Shapes, path, Bezier curves.
Photoshop Basics: marking, layers, color etc. correction, image compression Other programs: Muse, InDesign, Sketch (theory only), inVision app
Graphic design: (For those who are already free to use Illustrator and / or Photoshop)
Principles of Typography
Basics of Typography: types of fonts, online resources, fonts in web pages, subsets, formats, font stack, alignment, syllable outlining, gaps and sizes, contrast, readability, etc.
Composition: negative space, scale, hierarchy (order), focus, symmetry/asymmetry, picture compositions, space, perspective, shadows.
Colors: matching colors, color coding, etc.
Presenting information: visual hierarchy (order), emphasizing, amount of text, graphics, etc.
Pictures and illustrations.
Theory and real examples (main principles of graphic design, color pallets, graphics, grid).
Web and UX Design
formulation and explanation of the task, Google analytics, technical specifications, user recognition, individuals.
screen sizes, breakpoints, framewoks (bootstrap etc.)
Create a web page’s graphic style
Input Forms Animation Feedback
HTML / CSS Fundamentals Text editors, Emmet
File Transfer (FTP / SCP / SFTP) Databases
A / B testing
Presentation of the final work:
physical submission form, description, presentation. Portfolio creation Preparation of offers Project management