From Zero to Application Designer (Web, mobile, tablet) | Udemy

From Zero to Application Designer (Web, mobile, tablet) | Udemy
English | Size: 3.69 GB
Genre: eLearning

What you’ll learn
Practical Systematic Learning. You will learn design basics, UI design, UX design, User flows, Prototype, Real-life project based on real spec.

11 hours of video content, 30 downloadable resources.

The course consists of two parts. Theoretical which takes about 20% and Practical with 80%.

What you will learn

Design Basics

Adobe Xd

UI Elements


Application Design

Real-life Project

Portfolio / Client

Sample applications you will design

Replicating other designers work is a great way of learning the craft. We have picked Instagram and Facebook as sample projects, but we will create our own version of these mobile and web applications during the course.

You will be following video lessons and replicating the designer’s process step by step, stopping the video until you have it exactly the way the instructor has it on its screen.

Real-life project study

You will be following along the realistic scenario of a real-life project. Plane tickets booking application. Based on the specifications received from a client we will be creating a set of 9 wireframes followed by user flow creation and clickable prototype. We will design all the views of the application and extract all the UI elements into practical design guide and prepare the assets for handoff.

Example of wireframe and final mockup of single view – Ticket booking / Seat selection.

Who this course is for:
Anyone interested in learning designing web, mobile, tablet or stand-alone applications.

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