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In this UX/UI Design course, we are going to go through all the phases of a UX Project exploring both the theoretical and the practical side of each step.
This course is perfect for:
"Great intensive course! Good balance between theory lessons and projects. The small group is perfect to get personal assistance and resolving any doubt. The teachers are very good at adjusting their lessons to students' backgrounds and skills. Also, there are enough projects and content to put a portfolio together at the end of the Bootcamp."
"Studying process was very intense and full of knowledge. I think it exceeded all my expectations. Our professional teachers touched every possible topic during 9 weeks of a boot camp. They introduced us to the world of UX/UI, different platforms, tools and motivation videos. Our days were not like routine learning in a boring school, on the contrary, it was fun, easy and educational."
"The course was a lot of fun to do! Absolutely worth it if you are looking to experience and learn UI/UX design. Instead of spending too much time on theory we jumped right on getting practical. Marina Tudela is friendly and explains everything very clear. She teaches you how to really get inside the head of the user/customer. Muchissimas gracias Marina!"
"Very good UX course that helped me be sure that I want to activate in this field. I liked the overall environment and things we learnt."
Margarita Solovyeva, UX Designer: As a User Experience Designer, Margarita has always been passionate about innovation processes and problem-solving. Her experience combines research, design, and management applied to the variety of projects in different fields.
Adrian Ortinez, UX Designer, is a User Experience Designer with a strong Data-Driven Design focus and extensive experience with digital key players in Tourism, Advertisement, and Data Viz. Among other companies, Adrian has worked with Ogilvy, NPAW, or VIUME defining user experiences for well-known brands like Nestlé, Moschino, or Unilever.
Marina Tudela, the Director of UX Studies, has been working as a digital designer for several years, the last ones focusing just on the UX and UI of the products. As a designer, she tries to focus on the balance between usability and visual harmony. She has worked at digital studios like Antiloop and London-based startups like Joivy. Nowadays Marina works as Senior UX Designer at Haufe and also at Barcelona Code School teaching UI/UX Design. You can have a look at some of her work here.
10% paid upon registration, the remaining is split in two payments due before course begins.
Students over 40: because we know it’s harder to commit to learning at a certain age and we are willing to help.
Single parents: because it’s a tough job to raise kids alone, keep it up. We are here to support you!
Women in tech: so far 39% of our graduates are women and we want to reach the full equality!
How to apply for a scholarship:
After signing up online you will get a student's form to fill out where you can select the applicable scholarship. Your final tuition quote would be calculated based on that and you will get links for making the remaining payments.
Student loans with 0-6,5% interest rate and duration from 10 months to 8 years. Please ask your closest Sabadell branch for more info. You will need a proforma from us with the dates and cost of the course. Please contact us to request this proforma.
The scholarship, named for Edie Windsor a programming pioneer at IBM and LGBTQ activist, helps LGBTQ women kickstart a new career in technology. Learn more and apply here.
In today’s digital world people’s experiences have become a crucial aspect for every product, company or organization. The transversality of the UX field affects all areas of business as well as the technology and its development.
This bootcamp will help you know your users better, design products that are truly functional and that people love, learn the proper design process and provide designs for real life problems.
Our course is prepared for people with no previous experience in UX Design. Previous experience with related fields such as project or product management, visual or graphic design, development and QA will help you to better understand the industry, but it’s also ok if you want to start from scratch.
Our instructors will not just teach you all the methodologies but also mentor you through the process of becoming a UX designer. With small groups and best students/teachers ratio, you will have a personalized approach for helping you to succeed. All you need to have is a laptop and a strong desire to become a UX designer.
The rest is our job.
That’s great! Traditional Design skills (Graphic, Editorial, Digital…) are extremely useful for UX Designers. That will help you establish yourself in a higher seniority level once you finish the Bootcamp. We have mindbending challenges and more complex concepts to consolidate, strengthen and improve further your skills!
You will need to bring your laptop to use during the classes. It can be Mac or Windows.
For the course you do not need Spanish. Everybody at our school speak English. To feel comfortable in Barcelona Spanish would help but nowadays in most of the places local people do speak English.
Beginners. If you don't know what UX design is – this course is for you. If you know what Lean UX is – even better. If you can explain difference between a wireframe and a prototype you will be doing just fine.
Amazing! For students who advance faster or have some prior experience we have more challenging track with hardcore exercises and job opportunities upon graduation.
If completed successfully you will become a UX Designer. Meaning you will know practically how to design awesome product. You will have the skills to start working as an entry UX/UI Designer position.
Make sure to check Uniplaces (use BARCELONACODE10 promo code to get 10% discount), Spotahome and Barcelona home.
We can also help you with a personalized search. As a rule of thumb the closer to our school the better the area is. Just send us couple of links of the properties you've chosen if you need our advice on that.
Barcelona, compared with other metropolitan European cities, is quite affordable or even cheap place to live. According to the latest survey, the average cost of living for students in Barcelona is around 1000 Euros per month.
Expect to spend 300-600€ to rent a room or 600-1000€ for the apartment, around 10€ for a lunch in a restaurant, 10€ for a public transport 10-ride pass.
You will learn the skills to begin as a UX/UI Desinger, will know how to design, prototype, test and deliver components or full products. You will have a full toolbox and a solid foundation to improve your expertise.
Yes. We send you materials to study to come prepared!
It’s safe to say that our price is within lower competitive range. We strive to provide the personalized approach thanks to smaller group size and attract highly qualified instructors motivated to share their expertise with students. You will love it, we guarantee!