Discover how design impacts the way we see and interact with the world. Launch a lucrative career creating impactful designs for websites, products, and more!
This program teaches traditional design, user experience design, user research, and user interface design, which can be applied to software development and website design.
Average salaries for UX/UI designers in New Mexico are $70K or more!
UX applies to anything that can be experienced, such as a website, a vehicle, a commercial, etc. It’s about the interaction between the user and the product or service, and the design elements that shape that experience. UI is the point of interaction between the user and a digital device or product that gives it a unique look and feel. Researching how individuals interact with products and services is a valuable skill, particularly when it comes to web and software development. As of January 2020, there were over 1.94 billion websites in existence. There are currently over 4 million mobile apps available for download on Android and iOS combined. Globally, more than 4 billion people are using the internet. Someone needs to design that experience, and that someone could be you!
What you will learn
Learn traditional design, user experience design, user research, and user interface design.
We’ll teach you the software used by modern designers, including:
Adobe Creative Suite (Acrobat, Illustrator, XD, etc.)
Melody Carlisle has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design from Cornish College of the Arts in downtown Seattle. As a recent graduate from a bustling tech environment, Melody has had the opportunity to work with and learn from companies like Amazon, Starbucks, and local radio giant KEXP. While at Cornish she focused on UX and UI design, game design, and emerging technology design with an AR and VR focus. Melody currently works with Sol Acting Studios as their Lead Designer and VR Developer. She also provides local business consultations on branding, marketing and social media strategy. As a person dedicated to constant self improvement and lifelong learning, Melody is excited to share her experience and knowledge as a teacher at CNM Ingenuity. She hopes to provide students with an ability to look at their world in systems, and see how creative problem solving is a valuable asset to any industry.
After you have completed this bootcamp, you will receive a certificate of completion, not a degree. You can receive Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) from Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) if you do decide to later pursue a degree, getting free credit for classes that are similar to what you learned in the bootcamp. Learn more about non-credit to credit CPL at CNM.
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