About this course
User Interface (UI) designers/developers use programming and creativity skills to design software and hardware controls. The aim is to create an interface that is user friendly and seamless. As growing numbers of businesses continue to launch web-based applications, the need for UI designers/developers continues to flourish in all domains including software, web, and mobile applications.
This course is for anyone that has a flair for design and love of technology. Excellent communication skills are also key to collaborate with developers and other designers. If you are aware of technology trends, are creative in both visual design and product thinking, this is the course for you.
Number of jobs in the U.S. – 23,000+ (Source: LinkedIn)
U.S. National Average salary – $89,044/year (Source: ZipRecruiter)
This course is designed to hone your creativity and problem-solving skills. It familiarizes you with industry standards and teaches you to pay attention to the latest UI design trends. Students will learn to master UI design tools including programming languages for web and mobile applications.
Prerequisite – None required. A flair for creativity is helpful.
• Introduction to html5 & features of HTML • Why what? • Pros and cons • Basic tags and structure • Doctype and its uses • Hyperlinking • Advanced features, tags and its usage • Types of data storage – local storage & session storage • Meta tag and its properties • Exercises • Quick check
• Introduction • Why CSS3? what is CSS3 and features of CSS3 • 4 ways of including CSS in HTML • Types of selectors and examples • Box model and types of elements • Positioning and float properties • Color, background and border properties • Multiple column layout • Responsive web design • Media queries • Bootstrap introduction • Exercises • Quick check