User Experience Design

Learn the essential skills to be a successful UX Designer.

Expertise in user experience (UX) design helps professionals create effective, intuitive experiences that users love.

This course provides a comprehensive foundation that equips students with the context, tools and practice to be successful UX designers. Students will learn tools including Sketch and Invision and discover the power of techniques like prototyping, personas, affinity mapping and wireframing.

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  • 20+ hours world-class curriculum
  • Project-led experience
  • Certificate of completion
  • Assessment and personal score report
  • Access anywhere, anytime
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Who is This For?

This course offers the flexibility to learn anywhere, anytime on GA’s dynamic learning platform. It’s great for:

New designers building core skills.

Non-designers like engineers and product managers building complementary skills.

Teams to bolster employee onboarding and ongoing learning and development programs.


Assess your knowledge with the User Experience Design Level 1 (UX1) assessment. The assessment will be available both before and after the program to guide learning and evaluate progress.

Participants receive a personal score report that details their performance and identifies opportunities for growth.

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  1. User Research

    • Conducting user research 

    • Competitive analysis

    • Affinity mapping

    • Defining your user’s problem 

    • Creating personas

  2. Information Architecture

    • Information architecture

    • Card sorting

    • Designing intuitive navigation

  1. Prototyping

    • Getting started with sketching

    • Prototyping

    • Creating wireframes

  2. Usability Testing

    • Usability testing

    • Synthesizing and communicating test findings

  3. Visual Design

    • Essential concepts of design

    • Color theory

    • Creative briefs and moodboards

    • Typography for the web