Complete Web & Mobile Designer in 2023: UI/UX, Figma, +more (2024)



Complete Web & Mobile Designer in 2023: UI/UX, Figma, +more

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  • Build beautifully designed web and mobile projects for your customers using modern tools used by top companies in 2023
  • Get hired as a Designer or become a freelancer that can work from anywhere and for anyone. Designers are in high demand!
  • Includes 100+ assets and premium design templates that you can keep and use to customize for all your future projects
  • Master Figma for your design needs then learn to convert your designs into a live HTML an CSS website
  • Have an amazing design portfolio customized and professionally completed by the end of the course (we provide it for you!)
  • Master both Web and Mobile design principles and how to go from sketching to fully fledged high fidelity designs that will wow customers
  • Learn to design for all types of devices using Figma and other tools used by some of the top designers in the world
  • Learn to use HTML5 and CSS3 to make your designs come to life and create fully working websites
  • Learn best practices that takes years to learn in the design industry
  • Learn to make professional logos and design choices for all branding needs
  • Learn UI/UX best practices using the latest trends in the industry
  • Learn to be a designer as well as a web developer at the same time (a rare combination of skills that is in high demand)Just updated with all modern Design tools and best practices for 2023! Join a live online community of over 900,000+ students and a course taught by industry experts that have actually worked both in Silicon Valley and Toronto for top companies. A great Designer is becoming harder and harder to find and it isn't rare to find designers make $160,000+ salaries now because it is such a valuable skill. We will teach you how to get there!

    Using the latest best practices in Web Design and Mobile Design as well as User Interface and User Experience Design (UI/UX), this course focuses on efficiently getting you from zero to a point where you can get hired or win freelance contracts.We will use in demand tools like Figma to show you a full workflow from start to finish. Graduates of Andrei’s courses are now working at Google, Tesla, Amazon, Apple, IBM, JP Morgan, Facebook, + other top tech companies.
    The course also includes 100+ assets and premium design templates that you can keep and use to customize for all your future projects. We guarantee you this is the most comprehensive online resource on Design skills!
    The curriculum is going to be very hands on as we walk you from start to finish of working as a Designer, all the way into learning how to create final professional designs and then converting them into actual websites or apps using HTML and CSS.

    The topics covered in the course are...

    • 00 Web &Mobile Design Principles + Design vs Web Development
    • 01 GETTING STARTED – Sketching, Inspiration + Structure
      • 1. Sketching
        • Introduction To Sketching
        • The Sketching Process
        • Sketching User Flows
        • Sketching Tips
      • 2. Inspiration
        • How to stay inspired
        • How to find inspiration online
      • 3. Figma Basics
        • Plans and Signup
        • Where to Use Figma
        • Figma UI — Structure
        • Figma UI — Files
        • Figma UI — Toolbar
        • Figma UI — Left Sidebar
        • Figma UI — Right Sidebar
        • Shapes and Tools — Frames
        • Shapes and Tools — Groups
        • Shapes and Tools — Basic Shapes and Boolean Operations
        • Designing in Figma — Images
        • Designing in Figma — Getting Started with Text
        • Designing in Figma — Constraints
        • Designing in Figma — Using Auto Layout
        • Designing in Figma — Auto Layout Properties
        • Resources and Collaboration — Community Files
        • Resources and Collaboration — Community Plugins
        • Resources and Collaboration — Sharing and Comments]
        • Project — Creating a Logo Using Basic Shapes
        • Project — Auto Layout Buttons
        • Project — Creating a Responsive Navigation
        • Project — Responsive Text
        • Project — Imagery and Gradients
        • Project — Strokes and Shapes
        • Project — Layout and Responsiveness
      • 3. User Flows
        • Getting Ready For This Section
        • The DOs and DON'Ts
        • User Flows in Figma — Onboarding
        • User Flows in Figma — Search
      • 4. Sitemaps
        • Introduction To Sitemaps
        • Creating A Basic Sitemap
        • Reusable Sitemap Assets
        • Figma Check In — Basic Components and Variants
        • Sitemaps in Figma — The Top Layer
        • Sitemaps in Figma — Digging Deeper
        • Tips for Creating Great Sitemaps

    • 02 EXPLORE AND ITERATE – Wireframes, Prototyping and Feedback
      • 1. Wireframes
        • What Is A Wireframe?
        • How To Create A Wireframe
        • Figma Check In — Basic Button Component]
        • Figma Check In — Variants
        • How to Use Our Wireframe Components
        • Wireframes — Home
        • Wireframes — Cart
        • Wireframes — Profile
      • 2. Prototyping
        • Figma Check In — Prototyping in Figma
        • Prototyping in Figma — Flows and Starting Points
        • Prototyping in Figma — Connections
        • Prototyping in Figma — Interactions
        • Prototyping in Figma — Animations
        • Prototyping in Figma — Prototype Settings
        • Prototyping in Figma — Prototype Presentation
        • Project — Navigation
        • Project — Removing an Item from Your Wishlist
        • Project — Finding a Product
      • 3. Getting feedback
        • Why Is Feedback Important?
        • Constructive Feedback

    • 03 VISUAL DESIGN – Design Theory + Accessibility
      • 1. Spacing and Grids
        • What Is A Grid?
        • Grid Basics
        • Figma Check In — Fixed and Fluid Grids
        • Figma Check In — Breakpoints
        • Figma Check In — Grid Style
        • Project — Mobile Layout Grid
        • Project — Desktop Layout Grids
        • Simple Rules to Follow
      • 2. Typography
        • Serifs
        • Sans Serifs
        • Display & Mono
        • Picking Typefaces
        • Figma Check In — Text Properties
        • Exercise — Elevating a Brand
        • Exercise —Typeface Scenarios
        • Exercise — Google Fonts
        • Project — Typeface Exploration
        • Project — Pairing Font Families
        • Project — Headings, Body and Labels
        • Project — Typeface System
        • Figma Check In — Text Styles
      • 3. Color
        • Color Schemes
        • Important Questions To Ask
        • Creating Color Palettes
        • Figma Check In —Paints
        • Exercise — Expanding Upon a Strict Color Palette
        • Exercise —Creating a Color Palette
        • Figma Check In — Color Styles
        • Exercise — Using Color Styles
        • Project — Primary and Neutrals
        • Project — Accents
      • 4. Imagery and Iconography
        • Visual Assets Introduction
        • Figma Check In — Image Plugins
        • Figma Check In — Image Styles
        • Figma Check In — Masks
        • Exercise — Image Exploration
        • Exercise —Text and Imagery Working Together
        • Figma Check In — Illustration Plugins
        • Exercise — Adding illustrations to your designs
        • Figma Check In — Icon Plugins
        • Figma Check In — Pen Tool
        • Exercise — Custom Icons with the Pen Tool
      • 5. Forms + UI Elements
        • What Are Forms + UI Elements?
        • Best Practices — Forms
        • Best Practices — Basic and Advanced Inputs
        • Best Practices —Inputs
        • Best Practices — Buttons
        • Figma Check In — Component Properties
        • Properties vs. Variants
        • Figma Check In — Button Component Properties
        • Figma Check In — Button Variants
        • Figma Check In — Combining Components
        • Figma Check In — Form Component Possibilities
        • Project —Registration Flow
      • 6. Accessibility
        • What Is Accessibility?
        • Assistive Technologies
        • Visual Patterns For Accessibility
        • Tools To Make Your Design Accessible

    • 04 DESIGN EXPLORATION – Application Design + Design Systems
      • 1. Design Patterns
        • What Are Design Patterns?
        • Why Are Design Patterns Valuable?
        • How To Apply Design Patterns
        • Analyzing Design Patterns
        • Dissecting And Choosing Design Patterns
      • 2. Mobile Design
        • Mobile Design Best Practices
      • 3. Visual Style and Exploration
        • Design Fidelity
        • Visual Exploration — Navigation
        • Visual Exploration — Buttons
        • Figma Check In — Effect Styles
        • Visual Exploration — Product Cards
        • Visual Exploration — Text Cards
        • Screen Design — Home
        • Screen Design — Product Page
      • 4. Motion and Microinteractions
        • The Importance Of Motion
        • Why Microinteractions Are Important?
        • What Is A Microinteraction?
        • Figma Check In — Intro to Smart Animate
        • Figma Check In — Smart Animate Properties
        • Exercise — Parallax
        • Exercise — New Message
        • Exercise — Overlays
        • Figma Check In — Interactive Components
        • Exercise — Interactive Buttons
        • Project — Parallax Welcome Screen
        • Project — Drag Onboarding
        • Project — Cart Overlay
        • Project — Button Microinteraction

    • 05 PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER – Using our Design System and Hi-Fi prototyping with Figma
      • 1. Design Systems
        • Foundational Styles and Components vs. Product Specific Components
        • Building Fidelity and Organizing Potential Components and Styles
        • Foundational Styles and Components
        • Components — Buttons
        • Components — Cards
        • Components — Headers
        • Components — Inputs
        • Components — List Items
        • Components — Navigation
        • Components — Misc. Elements
      • 2. Execution
        • Working Towards Our Final Designs
        • Execution — Introduction Screen
        • Execution — Onboarding Screens
        • Execution — Registration Screens
        • Execution — Home Screen
        • Execution — Wishlist Screens
        • Execution — Profile Screen
        • Execution —Cart and Checkout
        • Prototypes —Registration
        • Prototypes —Adding to Cart
        • Prototypes — Checkout
        • Prototypes — Lottie Files Plugin
        • Prototypes —Search and Filters

    • 06 FROMFIGMATOWEBSITE (take a Figma design and convert it to a live website using HTMLand CSS)

    • 07 HTML + HTML5

    • 08 CSS+ CSS3 - CSS Basics, CSS Grid, Flexbox, CSS Animations
    This brand new course will take you from the very basics where we talk about principles and fundamentals of graphic design, all the way to creating beautiful products, learning about UX/UI and interactions, and creating a full design process for you to use with all of your future projects and clients. We pretty much cover it all so that the next time you are in charge of designing a product you have the step by step outline and guide to work as a professional designer.
    We are going to teach you the skills that will allow you to charge a lot of money for your time. Not to compete for a few dollars an hour on some random freelancing websites. The goal is to give you the skills of a top designer, and along the way, we are going to design an actual product for a company that you will be able to add to your portfolio.
    This course is not about making you just watch along without understanding the principles so that when you are done with the course you don’t know what to do other than watch another tutorial. No! This course will push you and challenge you to go from an absolute beginner to someone that is a top Designer that can get hired! Design is a valuable skill that doesn’t get outdated easily like most technical skills. Trends change, but the skills and fundamentals you learn in this course will take you many years into the future.

    This course is for you if:
    - You are a complete beginner looking to become a designer and freelance- You are a designer who is looking to charge more for your work- You are a developer who is looking to improve their design skills
    Taught By:
    Andrei is the instructor of the highest rated Development courses on Udemy as well as one of the fastest growing. His graduates have moved on to work for some of the biggest tech companies around the world like Apple, Google, Tesla, Amazon, JP Morgan, IBM, UNIQLO etc... He has been working as a senior software developer in Silicon Valley and Toronto for many years, and is now taking all that he has learned, to teach programming skills and to help you discover the amazing career opportunities that being a developer allows in life.Having been a self taught programmer, he understands that there is an overwhelming number of online courses, tutorials and books that are overly verbose and inadequate at teaching proper skills. Most people feel paralyzed and don't know where to start when learning a complex subject matter, or even worse, most people don't have $20,000 to spend on a coding bootcamp. Programming skills should be affordable and open to all. An education material should teach real life skills that are current and they should not waste a student's valuable time. Having learned important lessons from working for Fortune 500 companies, tech startups, to even founding his own business, he is now dedicating 100% of his time to teaching others valuable software development skills in order to take control of their life and work in an exciting industry with infinite possibilities.Andrei promises you that there are no other courses out there as comprehensive and as well explained. He believes that in order to learn anything of value, you need to start with the foundation and develop the roots of the tree. Only from there will you be able to learn concepts and specific skills(leaves) that connect to the foundation. Learning becomes exponential when structured in this way.Taking his experience in educational psychology and coding, Andrei's courses will take you on an understanding of complex subjects that you never thought would be possible.


    Daniel is a design leader in tech with extensive experience in helping startups build and iterate on their products. Daniel is passionate about teaching and empowering designers and working with other disciplines to build purposeful products that meet both user and business goals.His approach to design is always thoughtful and iterative. Daniel often finds himself working collaboratively with his team whether that is sketching concepts and flows or leading design strategy with team leads and external stakeholders.Daniel is a multi faceted designer who’s expertise expands across multiple design disciplines. This includes User Experience and Visual Design, User Research, Product Strategy, Lean and Agile Design Methodologies and much more. HIs work has helped to shape different solutions for a variety of industries such as housing, blockchain and health.When he is not building products, Daniel has spoke and mentored at different meetups and events. He aims to give back to the design community that he has learnt and continues to learn so much from. Daniel aims to always help, teach and support other designers in their careers.
    See you inside the courses!

    Who this course is for:

    • Anyone who wants to start a Web or Mobile Design business on the side as a freelancer, or work as a designer at a company
    • Web Developers and Mobile Developers wanting to add another valuable skill to their tool belt
    • Anyone who wants to get hired as a Web Designer, Mobile Designer, UI/UX Designer
    • Anyone who wants to learn about the latest CSS3 features like Flexbox, CSS Grid and CSS Variables as well as HTML5
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Complete Web & Mobile Designer in 2023: UI/UX, Figma, +more (2024)


Can I learn UI UX in 3 months? ›

A quick google search of “UX design bootcamps” will yield dozens of options—no two bootcamps are exactly alike. UX Bootcamps can take anywhere between 2 to 10 months to complete. In general, UX bootcamps introduce students to basic UX concepts and guide them through projects so they can begin building a portfolio.

Is Figma enough for UX designer? ›

Figma is one of the most used design tools in the app development world. It can significantly improve the app design process and can even outperform other popular design tools in UX/UI design.

Is UI UX design a good career 2022? ›

UX design was ranked by both Glassdoor and LinkedIn as one of the top 50 jobs to have in 2022 and as one of the top five most in-demand skills for 2020. Investing in UX design teams may have a big impact on revenue and overall business goals, and organizations are beginning to see the value of doing so.

Is learning Figma worth it? ›

Figma is a powerful and versatile tool that can help designers and developers create user interfaces and front-end designs faster and more efficiently. Overall, learning Figma is worth it, because it can make your design process more efficient and help you create high-quality designs.

Is UI UX a stressful job? ›

However, like any career, UX/UI is not perfect. Unfortunately, some UX professionals experience significant work-related stress. Tight deadlines, confusing expectations, and miscommunication can turn a dream job into a nightmare.

Is UI UX a high paying career? ›

According to Ambitionbox, UX Designer's salary in India ranges from ₹ 2.1 Lakhs to ₹ 15.0 Lakhs, with an average annual salary of ₹ 5.5 Lakhs. For freshers with 0-1 year of experience, the salary can range to ₹3 Lakhs per year.

How much a Figma designer earn? ›

Employees who knows Figma earn an average of ₹19lakhs, mostly ranging from ₹15lakhs per year to ₹44lakhs per year based on 37 profiles. The top 10% of employees earn more than ₹26lakhs per year.

Is there a lot of math in UX design? ›

But all designers, not just UX ones, employ cornerstone principles of math every time they use a paintbrush, a pencil, or a touch-pad. In fact, some of the most fundamental techniques of design are rooted in mathematical concepts.

How many hours does it take to learn Figma? ›

10 Best Figma Courses to Take in 2023
1. Figma Course – Web Design Tutorial for Beginners (freeCodeCamp)3-4 hours
2. Figma Tutorials: The Ultimate Crash Course (Mizko)3-4 hours
3. Figma UI UX Design Essentials (Skillshare)12 hours
4. Explore design features in Figma (Figma)1-2 hours
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Do UX designers make 100k? ›

In the United States, UX base salaries range between $75,000 and $100,000 annually.

Is UX design in demand 2023? ›

First and foremost, the demand for UX designers shows no signs of slowing down. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of user experience designers is projected to grow 22% from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations.

Is UX design harder than coding? ›

Many people are considering the career change because UX design seems much easier than coding and still pays pretty well and you're working in tech.

How many days it will take to learn Figma? ›

Learn Figma in 14 Days - Master UI Design and Prototyping.

Does Figma has coding? ›

Currently, Figma supports CSS, Swift, and XML, but notice that most of the code available involves only visual properties and spacing.

Is learning Figma difficult? ›

Figma is simple to start using, but there's a lot to learn to use it to its full potential. With the basics of shapes, images, and text, you can easily get started prototyping a website, designing a mobile application, and much more.

Who gets paid more UX or UI? ›

The average salary of a UX Designer in the US is $115,743 per year. This can increase to over $134,395 for more experienced designers. Entry-level UI Designers make an average of approximately $73,040 a year and $100,559 at mid-level. When you gain more experience, you can earn as much as $103,026 a year.

How many hours a week do UI UX designers work? ›

UX designers are in high demand due to the increasing popularity of digital products. While there is no set number of hours a week UX designers should be working, it is typically suggested that they put in around 40 -45 hours a week. This leaves plenty of time for design research, user testing, and other related tasks.

How many hours does a UX UI designer work? ›

You'll typically work 37 to 39 hours a week, Monday to Friday. You may need to work some evenings and occasional weekends to attend events, or when working on a special project with short deadlines. Part-time work is possible, especially for self-employed contractors. Flexible working hours may also be available.

What is UI UX Developer salary? ›

UI UX Developer salary in India ranges between ₹ 1.8 Lakhs to ₹ 10.0 Lakhs with an average annual salary of ₹ 4.1 Lakhs. Salary estimates are based on 1.3k latest salaries received from UI UX Developers.

Is UI UX an easy job? ›

But even with the high demand in the industry, getting your first job in UX design can be difficult, especially when you don't have a ton of experience. However, with a little extra effort, strategic networking, and careful attention to your portfolio, you'll be able to land your first junior UX position.

How much do UI UX freelancers earn? ›

The typical Freelancer Ui\Ux Designer salary is ₹4,17,072 per year. Ui\Ux Designer salaries at Freelancer can range from ₹1,80,000 - ₹8,71,425 per year.

Can I sell my Figma designs? ›

You can buy & sell Figma templates, UI kits, components & plugins, or any other digital products on Gumroad for FREE — no monthly fees, seriously.

Can UX designers make a lot of money? ›

The average base salary for UX designers in the US is $95,577 as of December 2022, according to job listing site Glassdoor [1]. The role was also included in Glassdoor's list of 25 Highest Paying Entry Level Jobs, coming in at number six [2].

Do UI designers make a lot of money? ›

As you gain more experience within the industry, you might decide to move into such hybrid roles—and can naturally expect to be paid more. According to job sites Glassdoor and PayScale, the average salary for a UI developer is $98,546.

Is UX too late to learn? ›

If you're thinking about becoming a UX designer later in your career, you're in luck. The UX/UI industry welcomes individuals of all ages, and there are no official educational or experiential prerequisites to get started.

Can I be a UX designer if I can't draw? ›

For one, it certainly helps to be creative. However, a common question is whether a prospective UX designer needs to know how to draw. The answer, succinctly put, is no.

Why are UX jobs so hard to get? ›

It is hard to get a job in UX because of several reasons. First of all, many designers are looking for a job. Because of that, competition is fierce, and companies know it. They can go for someone with a lot of experience, even if the job doesn't require it.

Can I learn Figma in one day? ›

Figma is a relatively user-accessible platform for web design, and users can learn to use the program's basic features in a few days of study.

How many months does it take to learn Figma? ›

In general, it takes about two weeks to get comfortable with Figma if you are already familiar with other vector-based design tools. However, if you are new to vector-based design tools, then it will take about a month to get comfortable with Figma.

Should I learn Figma as a front end developer? ›

It is not a must, but most UI/UX designers are adopting Figma for design handoff. Considering this trend, in near future, front-end developers might need to get familiar with Figma. Learning new tools may seem to be very troublesome and time-wasting stuff sometimes.

How long does UI UX course take? ›

UI/UX Design Course Highlights
Branch NameUI/UX
DegreeBSc, BCA, B.E/B.Tech, B.Des, MSc, MCA, M.E/M.Tech, M.Des
DurationBSc (3 Years) BCA (3 Years) B.E/B.Tech (4 Years) B.Des (4 Years) MSc (2 Years) MCA (3 Years) M.E /M.Tech (2 Years) M.Des (2 Years)
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How long does it take to study UX UI design? ›

Bootcamps include around 30 hours of instruction, while certificate courses are longer. You should be able to complete the courses and be looking for your first job in UX/UI Design in a few months to a year.

How many months will it take to become a UI UX designer? ›

You can learn the skills needed to become a UI Designer in as little as 10 weeks, which is why it has become increasingly common for aspiring Designers to attend UI design courses and bootcamps.

How long is UI UX course? ›

Course: UI-UX Design. Duration: 11 months. Eligibility: You should clear your Class XII board exams or you can be a graduate in any discipline.

Can I become a UX designer without a degree? ›

No, you do not need a specific degree to be a UX Designer, but you do need the right hard and soft skills to be considered for a role in UX design.

Is UI UX certificate worth? ›

Together with your portfolio, it verifies that you've not only learned about such skills, but that you've also put them into practice with real tasks and projects. A UX design certification is an excellent entry point for new designers—but it can be extremely valuable for experienced designers, too.

How much does a UI UX designer earn? ›

The middle 57% of UI/UX Designers makes between $90,000 and $232,500, with the top 86% making $520,000.

Is coding required for UX design? ›

No, most UX Designers are not required to code (at least, not at an advanced level). However, it's still to their advantage to develop an understanding and appreciation for what Developers do.

How do I become a UX designer with no experience? ›

How To Become a UX Designer With No Experience
  1. Determine Your Ideal Career Path.
  2. Take a Free Course.
  3. Utilize Free Resources.
  4. Work on Projects.
  5. Complete a Bootcamp.
  6. Get a Certification.
  7. Gain UX Experience.
  8. Promote Your Skills.
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