This course consists of about 20 short, crisp tutorials on UI Design — once done, you should have a good understanding of what the field of UI looks like, have a good understanding of principles of visual design, as well as know a bit about the tools you can use to create your first mockups.
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This section will give you a brief introduction to UI Design, get into a little bit into how it's different from UX Design, and also has an article with Dieter Rams' 10 principles of good design.
This 35-part course consists of tutorials on UX Design, including topics like User Research, Visual Design, the Sprint Process, etc.
Once done, you will have an excellent conceptual and practical understanding of what the field of UX looks like, how users interact with your products, how to go about improving your users' experience, as well as have a toolbox of a few processes to get you started right away.
Steve Krug's book "Don't Make Me Think" is considered a classic amongst UX Designers. In the following four tutorials, we'll go through the least you can do today to make your website a lot more usable. It's a good way to jump into the field, and once done, you'll already feel like you can start making contributions to improve your site's UX.
Gabdhaha, an update to your question. We do issue certificates once you have completed the course if you are subscribed to Commonlounge Pro. You can learn more about the Pro offering here: Commonlounge Pro.
The Sprint Process is a UX Design process first introduced by Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky. It's a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers.
The following short list will introduce you to the Sprint Process. If you want to learn more about UX Design, check out our UX Design List.