Best Free User Interface Courses

Find the best online Free User Interface Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings.

Getting Started with Balsamiq Wireframes

Learn the basics of Balsamiq Wireframes, an invaluable tool for creating rapid user interface wireframes.

Created by Leon Barnard - Education Team Lead at Balsamiq

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Students: 43900, Price: Free

Are you a developer, product manager, designer or simply someone with an idea for a new website, mobile or desktop application?

Take your career to the next level and make sure your ideas are understood by learning Balsamiq Wireframes, the funnest, most loved wireframing tool on the market. In this course you will learn the basics of Balsamiq Wireframes, and create a sample application from idea to finished design. This is the only course created by the makers of Balsamiq.

Balsamiq Wireframes is the industry standard low-fidelity wireframing software that combines the comfort and simplicity of paper sketching with the power of a digital tool, so your work is easier to share, modify, and get honest feedback on. Wireframes look like sketches, so stakeholders won't get distracted by little details, and can focus on what's important instead.

If you work in the software industry you can benefit from this course by learning about creating wireframes for visual ideation, improved communication across disciples, and a better overall user experience. No prerequisites or expensive tools required.

After taking this step-by-step course you will be able to use Balsamiq Wireframes to explore different user interface ideas and convey them to other stakeholders quickly and effectively.

Happy Wireframing!

Learn to Use jQuery UI Widgets

A jQuery UI Tutorial that will show you how to use tabs, accordion, datepicker and more without having to learn jQuery!

Created by Marie Taylor - Web Developer & Educator

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Students: 43896, Price: Free

Are you a designer or "skinner" that wants to integrate things like tabs, accordion, or a datepicker into your UI but *don't* want to learn jQuery or javascript? Then this is the course for you!!

This course will guide you through:

  • How to install jQuery UI
  • Exactly what snippets you need to copy and paste for each widget to work
  • The pattern to follow in your HTML for each widget
  • How you can move existing HTML content into the format for the widget

Plus you will get:

  • An awesome static HTML & CSS website with a really cool look and feel that is for you to keep and use. This will give you a chance to try out each demonstration in the same website you are watching me work in.
  • Quizzes to test your knowledge on each widget
  • Additionally, the finished product that we create in this course is available to download.

Don’t know JavaScript? That’s okay. You can use jQuery UI Widgets with little or no experience with JavaScript. Don’t know jQuery? That’s okay too. As long as you know HTML and CSS, jQuery UI provides simple snippets that can be easily integrated into your code.

In this course you will learn everything you need to know to integrate the jQuery UI Widgets into your HTML to provide a rich user experience on your website. Join me, Marie Taylor, and learn how to use jQuery UI Widgets today!

InVision Studio for UI Designers

Interface Design and Prototyping all in one

Created by Greg Rog - learnux.io

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Students: 18539, Price: Free

InVision Studio isn't just another app for UI design. It's a complete solution for bringig your project from its early shape to a high fidelity prototype together with outstanding animations. Having it all under the hood of InVision platform lets you go even further. You can easily preview the prototypes on devices, share them with your clients and get their feedback as well as set up an easy handoff for your developer. Oh, and Studio is both for macOS and Windows. Plus, it's COMPLETELY FREE. And so is the course.

  • Studio tools and shortcuts

  • Practical app workflow

  • Working with Components

  • Animating your UI in Studio

  • Creating microinteractions

  • Export, preview and handoff

Basics in a breeze

Soon you'll find out that Studio is probably one of the easiest tools to master and most of the functions are simple and intuitive. Especially if you've previously used Sketch, transition to Studio is painless and all the tools and shortcuts works just as expected. This is why we won't spend much time explaining the interface, rather than jump right into creating a practical design in Studio. As you will find out this is the most effective and rewarding way of discovering Studio.

It just works

The overall user experience of Studio is great. There are dozens of little things that just works, without bothering you. You might even think - what is there to learn? Everythig is so simple. Thanks to this, the learning curve that you're about to take is focused on effective workflow, rather than the tool itself. My aim is to show you the tips and tricks to work even faster, better and more efficient.

One fits all

This is one of the rare examples where one solution gives you a spectrum of possibilities. For most of the time you won't have to leave InVision Studio. Even though you can create seamless transitions and advanced animations in you UI, the software itself feels light and responsive. We'll explore different parts of your workflow, from initial sketches, to a detailed design, to a prototype working on devices. All without leaving Studio.

Leverage the platform

InVision Platform is much more than Studio. Thanks to its capabilities you'll be able to easily export and share the prototypes and edit them after the rounds of feedback from your client or project owners. We'll explore those options together with the handoff capabilities and creating automated specs for developers.

Design elements

In the course I will explain the usage of colors, typography, grid and other basic UI design concepts combined with the tools and workflows available in Studio. We'll focus on the correct setup, creation of the Components and other good habits that will help you in professional UI design process.

Create beautiful UI

In the course I'd like to showcase Studio workflow based on a practical UI project of a Supercar Rental app. Thanks to this approach I'll be able to show you step-by-step design process in Studio that is closer to real life example.

Screens Essentials for UI Designers

Get to know formats, resolutions, DPI and more

Created by Greg Rog - learnux.io

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Students: 17010, Price: Free

Learn some of the most important terms and factors for successful UI design. We'll start from the tiniest element you design for - pixel. Then we move on to different screens, resolutions, we'll explore retina, DPI and so much more. You will get to know optimal formats for UI design as well as workflows that will let you create highest quality assets!

You will find plenty of tutorials and articles on how screen design essentials work with explanation of terms and key techniques. The thing is the more you read the more complicated this topic appears. Let's focus on theory and keep it short and to the point so it is most useful in your workflow.

We'll explain the difference, but also get deeper into the best ways for exporting design assets from software such as Sketch, Illustrator or Photoshop. You will see multiple benefits of working in vector-only environment but also there are some hints for Photoshop design flow.

You will also get to know some approaches to designing for hi-density screens such as Retina and therefore explore differences between Pixels, Points or Density Independent Pixels. It will all sum up to a modern way to start in 1x scale and then export the assets accordingly for different screens, if needed.

Apple Watch UX: Design Beautiful UI and User Experiences

Learn how to design and prototype smooth user experiences and beautiful interfaces for the Apple Watch in less than 2hrs

Created by Pablo Stanley - Product Designer

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Students: 14626, Price: Free

Hello, my name is Pablo Stanley and I want to teach you how to design beautiful and functional apps for the Apple Watch.

The Apple Watch is the most hyped product of the year and it's on track to be in the hands of more than 25 million people. Take this course to prepare yourself to design smooth experiences and beautiful interfaces in less than a couple of hours.

In this course, we'll go through the Apple Watch Human Interface Guidelines so we can understand the themes, anatomy, actionable notifications, glances, animations, and general interface principles.

I'll teach you how to think for the Apple Watch using simplicity and functionality. Stripping down an app to its core benefits and write user stories around it. After that, we'll design three different apps: a music player, a messaging platform, and a Udemy app for the apple watch.

And that's not all. Once our designs are ready, we'll create interactive prototypes to test our creations.

What makes me a good teacher?

  • Over 2,000 other students have already enjoyed two highly rated Udemy courses
  • Keeping the course engaging and relevant so you can have fun taking it is my main priority.
  • More than 15 years of experience in Design.
  • I just freaking love Design. It's my passion and I want to pass along my love for it.

Who is this class for?

  • Beginners welcome! No programming experience required. I want you to quickly understand the basics and get practicing.
  • Creators. Makers. People who want to design apps. I will be teaching you how to design and prototype apps that you can share and play with.
  • UX and Mobile Designers who are new to Apple Watch and want to design for the Apple Watch like a boss.
  • Freelancers and career development professionals who want to earn money via contract work, consulting or full-time employment.
  • Entrepreneurs who have the next big idea for an app but want to first see how it feels and show it to potential partners

Roadmap:

  • Music App Design section available in May 2015
  • Messaging App Design section available in May 2015

So, are you excited? Let's do this.

Fundamentals of User Interface Design

Learn to create slick UI's as you learn the fundamentals of design such as typography, color theory, design principles.

Created by Ahmet Efeoğlu - UI/UX Designer

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Students: 13856, Price: Free

Learn the fundamentals of user interface design as you master the following topics:

  1. Typography

  2. Color Theory

  3. Design Principles

  4. Basics Of AdobeXD

Once we get you to master each topic with assignments and some rules of thumb, we will build a  hands-on practice project where we will design a design agency website.   After this course, you will never be confused about which fonts work well together or what kind of color schema you should use. 

Semantic UI – A Complete Beginners Guide

Learn to create simple website with basics

Created by Aditya Giri - Freelace Programmer

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Students: 13334, Price: Free

This course will take you from knowing nothing about semantic UI to a point where you are cleared with basics and would be able to create a web application with some of the stuff that requires a lot of lines of code.

Semantic UI is a modular framework, and hence most of the stuff is ones where you have to experiment with. Semantic UI is given to you in a way lego pieces are given to you and you have to build what you can imagine with it. And basics are required in order to do that.

You will able to create a complete webpage with some of most basic functionalities implemented into it.

Learn Adobe XD From Scratch

Design your First Website and Prototype in Adobe XD Today. Free UX UI Tutorial for Beginners with Award-winning designer

Created by Antony Conboy - Award-wining UX designer

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Students: 9424, Price: Free

Why join this course?

Are you looking to become a UX UI Designer? Where do you start as a beginner?

This free course is the perfect place to begin.

In this free course, you’ll:

  • Design and Prototype your first Website and App

  • Learn how to use Adobe XD (Professional UX Tool)

  • Follow along with a detailed tutorial from an award-winning designer

Updated for 2020

Get Started in UI/UX Design

Learn the Essentials of UI UX Design from a Sr. Designer with 8+ Years of Experience

Created by Pierluigi Giglio - Senior UI/UX Designer

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Students: 8049, Price: Free

In this getting started in UI UX for beginners course you will learn essential UI and UX design concepts from the ground up, together with Sketch App, which is one of the top design softwares out there.

You don’t need to have any prior experience with UI/UX design as this course will cover all the basics during the first section of the course.

This course is divided into two sections: in the first one you will learn the basic theory of UI and UX Design (and no prior experience is required) and in the second part you will learn the basics of Sketch App so that you can consolidate what you learned about UI/UX in the first part and see efficient workflows that will help you tackle design projects.

You will learn everything you need to know in order to get started to become familiar with the world of UI/UX design and the tools you’ll need to become a UI/UX Designer.

In just a bit more than 1 hour you will be able to understand basic UI/UX design workflow, key user experience design principles and interface design essentials using Sketch App as a primary design tool.

Most of these advanced techniques are the same used in large companies and will give you an edge as a designer so that you can work smart and not hard.

The best part about this is that these UI/UX principles don’t take a long time to learn, and it’s quite the opposite actually!

But why should you learn UI UX Design from me?

I’ll briefly introduce myself: my name is Pierluigi and I’m a full-time designer with over 8 years of experience.

After graduating with a BA Graphic Design from one of the top Design Universities in London I worked and managed hundreds of design projects for companies of all sizes and tech backgrounds, from Fortune 500 companies to Million-Dollar Companies that needed to raise their next round of funding.

On the side, I have also designed over 20 design products and my designs have been downloaded over 50000+ times

I also have a design channel on Youtube with over 300 videos and I’m active on Dribbble and Instagram with over 30000 followers.

I had a deep passion for design ever since I was in high school and since this industry gave me so much I want to give back by sharing the knowledge I gathered as a designer over all these years.

So join me today in this course and we’ll learn more about the exciting field of UI/UX design, so that you can bring your design career to the next level.

Kendo UI Scheduler

Learn how the Kendo UI Web Scheduler widget helps you create and manage tasks and appointments very easily.

Created by Ayad Boudiab - Senior Application Developer / Technical Trainer

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Students: 7445, Price: Free

This course introduces developers to one of the latest Kendo UI Web widgets: the scheduler. Now, developers can build better web sites powered by the ability to create events (tasks/appointments) through a simple web widget. The ability to preview tasks in day, week, month, and calendar view is supported.

The author will follow a hands-on approach where all the features and options are shown through examples. The only tools needed are Notepad++ and a web browser (such as Google Chrome).

The course will start by introducing the scheduler and comparing the functionality to a similar scheduler (like Office Outlook). Then the scheduler features and options are discussed step-by-step using carefully selected examples.

By the time the user is done with this course, he/she will be well equipped to power his/her site with the new scheduler functionality.

Please note that since the scheduler is currently in beta release, some of the functionality might change, but the core concepts will remain the same.

Python Tkinter for making Graphical User Interface

BEST COURSE FOR LEARNING TKINTER

Created by Aryan Dawer - Aspiring Machine Learning Engineer and Pythonista

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Students: 7113, Price: Free

This course is for beginners who have just learnt python language as well as those with a keen sense of programming and design. Making GUIs is the basic step of design and this course gives you all the skills you need to make GUIs. It also inspires you to learn more and more features and make you own GUIs with creative color schemes and animations.

Learn Adobe XD essentials for UI/UX Design (2020)

Learn the Essentials of Adobe XD from a Sr. UI UX Designer with 8+ Years of Experience

Created by Pierluigi Giglio - Senior UI/UX Designer

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Students: 6275, Price: Free

In this Adobe XD UI UX essentials course for beginners you will learn how to use Adobe XD from the ground up.

You don’t need any prior experience with Adobe XD as this course will cover all the basics during the first section of the course.

You will learn everything you need to know to create any design project in Adobe XD, as well as ways to collaborate with team members and clients through Adobe XD using a clean and efficient workflow (suitable for both remote and local designers).

In just around 1 hour and a half you will be able to learn everything you need to start creating beautiful designs in Adobe XD, turning your ideas into reality and being able to perform efficiently at your job or in your freelance practice.

Most of these advanced techniques are the same used in large companies and will give you an edge as a designer so that you can work smart and not hard.

The best part about this is that Adobe XD’s essentials don’t take a long time to learn, and it’s quite the opposite!

But why should you learn Adobe XD UI UX from me?

I’ll briefly introduce myself: my name is Pierluigi and I’m a full-time designer with over 8 years of experience.

After graduating with a BA Graphic Design from one of the top Design Universities in London I worked and managed hundreds of design projects for companies of all sizes and tech backgrounds, from Fortune 500 companies to Million-Dollar Companies that needed to raise their next round of funding.

On the side, I have also designed over 20 design products and my designs have been downloaded over 50000+ times.

I also have a design channel on Youtube with over 300 videos and I’m active on Dribbble and Instagram with over 30000 followers.

I had a deep passion for design ever since I was in high school and since this industry gave me so much, I want to give back by sharing the knowledge I gathered as a designer over all these years.

So join me today in this course and let's learn Adobe XD, so that you can bring your designs to the next level.

Adobe Xd 2021 Basics – UI / UX Design Course

Learn all the basics of Adobe Xd 2021

Created by Aleksandar Cucukovic - UI / UX Designer

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Students: 5074, Price: Free

Adobe Xd 2021 is a UI / UX design tool created by Adobe and awesome thing about it is that it works on both Mac and Pc, it gets regular updates, you can design, prototype and share, all with one app, for free.

Go from wireframes to high fidelity prototypes, all in one app, and share your files with clients and developers with a single click.

In this free Adobe Xd 2021 Basics - UI / UX Design Course we are going to cover not just the basics, but also my design process, communication with clients and developers, best practices for case studies and so much more.

We are going to cover:

  • Basics Of Adobe Xd

  • Design Features

  • Prototyping Features

  • Communication With Clients

  • Sharing

  • Plugins

  • Repeat Grid

  • Masking Features

  • Adobe Xd Shortcuts

  • My Design Process

  • Great Case Studies

  • Awesome Design Systems

  • Best Exporting Practices

If you are just getting into the UI/UX field, this is the best time ever to do it, because tools and resources which are available now are better then ever, and the list of available resources keeps expanding. That's why Adobe Xd is one of the best tools out there because it gets regular updates, it's free to get started and it's so versatile if you combine it with other Adobe products.

I look forward to seeing you in course!

Have a creative day.

Alex

Richard Stibbard’s “jQuery UI Interfaces” – A mini course

A series of mini-projects showing how to build various styles of AJAX-driven jQuery user interfaces.

Created by Richard Stibbard - Web Developer and Online Educator

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Students: 4797, Price: Free

First launched in 2014, this series of mini-project tutorials has proven popular ever since and shows how to build various styles of jQuery user interfaces, each of which updates a database in the background using an AJAX call.

In the first, we drag items from one list to another – we have a list of available fruits on the left and out-of-stock fruits on the right, and we can drag an item from one list to the other to change its availability. Refresh the page and the items remain in their new position because we’ve updated their details in the database in the background. This is done using “sortable” and “connect with” in jQuery to connect the two lists.

The second project is the same but with more than two lists – we can drag items from any list to any of the others and their new positions are saved. The code for this is is very similar to the first one, and again uses “sortable” and “connect with”.

Third is a ‘click’ interface where the user just clicks on an item and it is immediately added to the opposite list. Because it’s not so obvious to the user how this works, we’ll have instructions appear as the mouse moves over each of the lists.

The fourth mini-project reorders list items using a drag-and-drop interface – again, this is done with jquery sortable, this time using the serialize function to send the data to the AJAX file.

In an add-on lesson to the original course, I combine lesson 2, in whch items are dragged between multiple lists, and lesson 4, in which items are reordered in a list. In this lesson, you can drag between lists and the position of the items in the lists is also stored in the database.

The last of the mini-projects is another drag and drop interface – this time with multiple boxes as containers – using jquery draggable and droppable interactions.

As with all my tutorials, these provide everything you need to get your project working – including the database connection and AJAX files – and all the code is available as a zip file to download.

So if you’ve been searching around here and there and only found bits of code which are hard to put together, this series of tutorials may be just what you’ve been looking for – let’s get going!

Galen UI LAYOUT automation testing with Cucumber & Java

Learn how to create UI layout automation tests using Galen within Java Selenium Cucumber framework - Jasecu

Created by Maroš Kutschy - Automation Tests Developer

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Students: 3679, Price: Free

In this course, you will learn how to create UI layout automation tests using Galen within Java Selenium Cucumber framework - Jasecu.

The prerequisite of this course is finishing free Udemy course:

Cucumber & Java & Selenium automation framework - JASECU

link on Udemy webpage + then:

course/jasecu-ui-api-automation-framewok

!!! exact link link on this course can be find in the Description, Note and in the attached text file of Lecture no. 1 Section no. 1 of 'Galen - UI LAYOUT automation testing' course !!!,

this free course will help you setup your local and CI environment to use Galen within Jasecu Framework and will learn you the basics of Jasecu Framework

In Galen - layout automation testing you will get familiar with basics of layout testing, you will understand Galen implementation in Jasecu framework and how to run scenarios which include Galen steps from IDEA IntelliJ and from Jenkins.

Primarily, you will learn how to create Galen 'gspec' files and create layout verification in them.

After finishing this course, you will realize how easy it is create UI layout tests using Galen with Jasecu framework.

UI UX Design Essentials: Create a Design System in Sketch

UI/UX course where we'll be designing a Design System in Sketch App from scratch

Created by Pierluigi Giglio - Senior UI/UX Designer

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Students: 3178, Price: Free

In this Sketch UI/UX course we will create a Design System in Sketch App starting from scratch.

We will open up Sketch and using a blank canvas we will set up a document using color styles, text styles, icons and briefly touch on symbols and nested symbols. We will also discuss why and when to use a design system, as well as talking through when it’s not a good idea to set up a design system.

We will end the course with mentioning some important resources (such as blog posts and famous brand’s design systems) related to design systems and discuss best practices and thing to avoid.

We will doing this while working for the most part on Sketch App for Mac.

To follow along this design system tutorial you should ideally have a basic understanding of Sketch App and have some basic design knowledge (optional).

This course is aimed at people interested in UI/UX Design and if you already have some UI UX Design experience and want to get up to speed using design systems in Sketch App then this course is perfect for you too!

Here’s some testimonials from some of my previous students:

Pierluigi gave me lots of useful advice that had a positive impact on my freelance design business. He carefully listened to my needs and leveraged his many years of experience to point me in the right direction with a very clear and professional approach. I highly recommend him.

- Shahin

Pierluigi is an amazing detailed designer and that's not all, he is also a great design coach that has a lot of useful advice to give from his many years of experience.

- Leotrim

Pierluigi’s UI/UX advice and consultation was very useful for improving and organising my design workflow and he demonstrated great knowledge on both UI/UX Design as well as Personal Branding and Marketing. I highly recommend him!

-Andrea

Don’t wait, if you’re serous about learning about design systems in Sketch get started now!

Android Application UI Creation in Adobe XD for Beginners

Android Application UI Creation in Adobe XD for Beginners | Learn Step-By-Step about the tools of Adobe XD

Created by Vijay Kumar - Founder of Dino Code Academy YouTube Channel

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Students: 2731, Price: Free

Create Your First Project in Adobe XD!

Ever wanted to make designs in Adobe XD but thought they were hard?

Good news, they're not! I will show you just how easy it can be!

No designing experience needed whatsoever!

Well, that's why I created this Adobe XD UI Creation for Android Application Course No other course takes you from beginner (with no experience) to a full UI development. I will show you how to:

⦁ Create Different Screens of the Application.

⦁ Setup Art Board quickly

⦁ Use Custom Assets, by using the tools provided by Adobe XD

This course is for you if you:

⦁ Are a beginner or novice to Android App development or UI Designing

⦁ Want to understand Adobe XD to build custom UI for Android Application

⦁ Love to do new things

This course is not for you if:

     You are an expert or intermediate developer

What software do you need?

Adobe XD (free) which runs on PC / Mac

Do you need experience?

      No. I assume you are a complete beginner to designing  and development in general

Project Description:

I would like you to create a similar project to what is shown in the course. Please put your own imagination on it.

As a reminder you will make:

⦁ A multi screen UI for the Quiz Application.

⦁ Custom Logo to make it look good

⦁ Custom assets

Learn Figma for UI UX Design (with a Design Project)

Learn the Figma's Essentials for UI/UX Design from a Sr. Designer with 8+ Years of Experience

Created by Pierluigi Giglio - Senior UI/UX Designer

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Students: 2386, Price: Free

In this course you’re going to learn how to design two iOS screens using Figma.

This course is perfect it if you’re a beginner with Figma and you’re looking to learn the basic principles and workflows by actually creating a design project at the same time.

But why should you learn Figma UI UX from me?

I’ll briefly introduce myself: my name is Pierluigi and I’m a full-time designer with over 8 years of experience.

After graduating with a BA Graphic Design from one of the top Design Universities in London I worked and managed hundreds of design projects for companies of all sizes and tech backgrounds, from Fortune 500 companies to Million-Dollar Companies that needed to raise their next round of funding.

On the side, I have also designed over 20 design products and my designs have been downloaded over 50000+ times.

I also have a design channel on Youtube with over 300 videos and I’m active on Dribbble and Instagram with over 30000 followers.

I had a deep passion for design ever since I was in high school and since this industry gave me so much, I want to give back by sharing the knowledge I gathered as a designer over all these years.

So join me today in this course and let's learn Figma, so that you can bring your designs to the next level.

UX/UI Design For Beginners

Learn the skills of a UX/UI Designer by re-creating an Apple website

Created by Antony Conboy - Award-wining UX designer

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Students: 1605, Price: Free

In this Free Course, we are going to learn the skills of a UX/UI Designer by re-creating an apple website.

What: In today's user-centric world, it's never been more important to make sure that you understand how websites are constructed. This 60-minute class gives you the understanding, techniques, and tactics to create a stand-out user experience, with key lessons in:

  • understand how a website is constructed

  • learn how to design in Adobe XD (with hands-on demonstration)

  • learn the basic elements on which websites are designed

  • best practices for designing an amazing website

Who: This class is ideal for designers, students, marketers, product managers, developers, and everyone who is interested in designing websites.

Why: You'll gain insight from an award-winning designer on how to think about websites and how to create them with a beginner's project.

Just as a really quick introduction before we get started I’m Antony Conboy and I’ve been a UX Designer for over a decade. I’ve been lucky to work for some of the world's biggest companies including Barclays, the BBC, Vogue Magazine, Wired Magazine, and Cisco. I’ve personally been on both sides of the interview table many times and looked through thousands of portfolios.

But first, let’s start with a good understanding of the basics.

DevOps : Docker UI With DockStation, Portainer, Lazy Docker

DevOps, Docker UI For Obsolete beginners with Portainer, LazyDocker, DockStation, & How to run Dockerfile without Docker

Created by Tinku R - DevOps Lead

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Students: 447, Price: Free

  • This course is only for Beginners which gives JUST an introduction to 3 Docker UI tools.

  • If you've any idea on any of these tools, then I wont think this course will hepls for you, as we're covering only basic concepts like (Introduction to the tool, Installation for the tool, Basic commands like how to Run Docker Image, how to see the Images, How to delete the containers, Create Containers, aso will see different UI options that are in each and every tool).

  • I wont say that you will become an expert in these tools, but I'm sure that this course will helps you to to get an basic idea on using of these UI tools.

  • We'll also see how we can run/test/compile Dockerfile without Docker software.

  • Following are the 3 Best UI tools which we're trending in Market and we'll also see these in Three UI tools in Three different Environments, so that we can practice in our convenient tool.

  1. DockStation on Windows

  2. Portainer on Play-With-Docker

  3. LazyDocker on Centos.

  4. How to run a Docker File or How to compile or How to create an Image without Docker software.

Based on Suggestion, if any one needs any Tool, then Defnately I'll try to add those tools as  well in up comming days.

All the best.