Learn UI/UX Design

Learn the skills and fundamentals to build products, based on Human centred Design.

About this Track

This course will teach students the critical elements of User Experience (UX) and User Interface design, the UX Design process including, user research,elements of Visual Communication and Graphics Design Information Design & Data Visualization, Interaction Design, User Interface Design Elements,Storyboarding and Screen Design


  • Modules: 6
  • Hours: 36
  • Beginner
  • ₦50,000


  • Expert Tutors
  • Certification
  • Accelerated Program
  • Free Perks

Why get Certified?

Getting certified shows employers that you have a clear understanding of the core concepts of ui/ux. You can also add the qualification to your CV, and easily upload it to your LinkedIn profile.

Becoming certified shows you’ve got genuine digital skills, and that you are motivated to learn essential qualities in today’s business world. Demonstrating these qualities can help improve your chances of finding the job you want.

Improving your digital knowledge can help you find a job, get promoted, or start a whole new career.

How it Works

Complete all Modules

Whether you are new to ui/ux or a ui/ux designer looking to enhance your knowledge, all our modules will take you through each channel to give you the necessary skills.

Attend all Classes

Attend all classes that span either an accelerated period of 3 weeks or a normal track of 6 weeks. Any of the classes will give you a superior knowledge of UI/UX.

Take the Final Exams

Pass the final 40-question exam and get certified.




  • Welcome!
  • Introduction to Sketch
  • Setting Up Sketch & Asset Files for UI Design
  • How to Build Your Design Gut Instinct
  • 3 Ways to Design Above Your Level
  • Finding & Using Design Inspiration


  • Analysing Aesthetics
  • Alignment
  • Spacing
  • Lighting and shadows
  • Grids
  • Consistency


  • HSB
  • Luminosity
  • Gray : the most important colour
  • Adjustment : the most important skill
  • Techniques to fix clashing colours
  • Picking a primary UI colour
  • Picking a secondary UI colour
  • Dark interfaces
  • Gradient


  • Typography Terminology: The Bare Minimum
  • Choosing fonts
  • Styling Text
  • Styling Text 2
  • Pairning Fonts
  • Overlaying text on images


  • Form controls
  • Icons 1: Vector Editing
  • Icons 2: Icon Design
  • Photography and Imagery
  • Lists and Tables
  • Charts and Data visualisation


  • Responsive UI design
  • Designing multi-state screens
  • Accessibility
  • Click-through prototyping
  • Creating a design portfolio
  • Finding clients
  • Presenting your designs

Start today and get certified in UI/UX Design