I'm looking for a notable course in UX design, just to boost my knowledge. Any recommendations?

I've been looking at this one at LCC - https://www.arts.ac.uk/subjects/animation-interactive-film-and-sound/short-courses/web-design/ux-design-online-short-course-lcc

I know General Assembly does good ones too.


  • @Ivana D'Accico oh great this is great info. I am close to booking the two day boot camp as I would like to learn more about the prototyping. I think for me I also would like a certificate from somewhere well known to prove I learnt the skill etc
  • @Tajha Myer I'm doing their Design Thinking course at the moment and there's a unit about prototyping. It's not available yet so I can't say how it is but I'll let you know :) GA is very good too, I did the two days UX bootcamp and several workshops there
  • @Ivana D'Accico done a bit more research on IDF and doesn't look like they have anything on actually building prototypes - is that right?
  • @Clara Varakachanapong-Jones yeah I've heard goof things about them too, and joined a free webinar on tuesday which was quite good. Thank you
  • I started Interaction Design Foundation courses and they're great! Not very practical, but they give you that foundational knowledge that helps you making informed decisions while designing a product
  • Hi Tajha! If you are looking for short courses, the Interaction Design Foundation (https://www.interaction-design.org/) offers a lot on UX, both for beginners and more advanced professionals. There are general courses on UX, but also on user research, interaction design and psychology, so you can have a look at their syllabus to see which ones would be interesting for you.
    To take courses, you pay an annual fee (€ 144) but you are free to take as many courses as you want during that time.
  • Hi Tajha, I'm graduating this year from the undergraduate course. From learning how to become a better storyteller, thinking critically about design as well as being a better collaborator, what I learned from this course compared to online courses has been invaluable. A good start is https://lawsofux.com.

    Here is a link to my portfolio: www.maielamin.com and my blog, documenting the process of my projects http://workbymaielamin.online.

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