Learn design skills for today's digital world and launch your technology career with CCV. The UX/UI Design Bootcamp is recognized by employers and educators as a career-ready program.
Our expert instructors guide your learning, providing you the opportunity to ask questions, collaborate with others and have a personalized learning experience.
You'll spend the bootcamp working alongside your peers to build real technology for a real client from a company or organization that has a design problem. We prefer to teach through projects and exercises rather than walking our students through textbooks.
The focus of our bootcamp is readying our students for the job market, so you'll finish the course able to apply what you've learned in a professional setting.
A wide range of resources will help you launch your next career, including unlimited 1-on-1 career coaching, live workshops, and detailed online resources!
UX Design is the process of understanding how people interact with a website or application, what people feel, and how people perceive the usability and efficiency of a product.
UI Design is concerned with making the product more visually appealing and easier to use through stylistic choices, such as colors and fonts, as well as interactive elements, such as buttons and icons.
Learn the skills you need to launch your career without quitting your job. You will meet regularly with your cohort instructor through 1:1 sessions, group projects, and design reviews. This part-time bootcamp is roughly 24 weeks long. Students should expect to work anywhere between 15-20 hours/week.
Pre-Course Work: Prior to the start of your training, you are expected to work through the materials provided by the instructor. This includes assigned videos, readings, lectures, as well as a pre-course assessment.
Estimated Time to Completion: 120 Hours
In this unit, you will learn how to execute everything from rudimentary sketches to high-fidelity wireframes, and take into consideration the basics of visual design throughout the many stages involved in bringing a product to life.
Estimated Time to Completion: 80 Hours
What does a User Experience Designer actually do? What is Design Thinking? In this unit, you will explore answers to these questions while acquiring a foundational understanding of this field of practice.
Estimated Time to Completion: 40 Hours
Before putting pen to paper or pixel to prototype, a designer must demonstrate a thorough understanding of the problem they are solving and the intended beneficiary of that product. Learn strategies for determining stakeholders and identifying existing pain points.
Estimated Time to Completion: 56 Hours
Collect qualitative and quantitative data using research methods to inform design decisions. Determine which methods are most effective in a variety of different scenarios.
Estimated Time to Completion: 64 Hours
Use research to draw conclusions and prepare to present your data to stakeholders. Decide how to best translate insights into action by constructing user personas, journey maps, and other industry deliverables that will add depth and meaningful narrative to your portfolio.
Estimated Time to Completion: 32 Hours
Testing is a crucial step in designing a product. It provides the designer the opportunity to discover ways to improve the design and learn more about the users. In this unit, you will learn how to facilitate usability tests and how to apply the results of testing to improve your designs.
Estimated Time to Completion: 48 Hours
Discover techniques to professionally display and deliver your work to employers. You will finish building your portfolio and stacking your online profiles with the projects that you have created throughout the course.
Estimated Time to Completion: 40 Hours
Throughout the course, you'll work with your peers to build and design applications with real clients in an iterative, agile process. In the final days of your training, you'll put the finishing touches on your capstone product, which you'll then present to friends, family, and potential employers.
We know that the ultimate goal for Bootcamp graduates is a new career that is more fulfilling and higher paying! That is why we’ve designed a practical career strategy that is designed specifically for technology roles.
Getting an interview is the first step to getting hired. Learn how to navigate these tricky conversations and prepare for technical interviews.
Discover techniques to professionally display your work to employers. Start by building your portfolio and stacking your online profiles with the projects that you create throughout the course.
Your professional image matters. How you represent yourself on your resume, through a cover letter, and online is crucial to giving potential employers an accurate and enticing first impression of your skills and capabilities.
Negotiating your salary can be an uncomfortable situation. Professional coaching helps you learn the best strategies to negotiate fair compensation when discussing an offer.
Want to checkout our course in further detail? Checkout the course syllabus PDF
We don't want financing to get in the way of your new career. Let us know if you need tuition assistance and we will find a solution that works for you!
Available for qualifying participants. You can apply for a loan through our partner, Ascent. Use the Budgeting Calculator to design a plan that works best for you.
Available for qualifying applicants in full-time Career Bootcamps. With the ISA program offered through Stride, you pay back your tuition in manageable monthly installments only once you’ve landed a job making $35,000 per year or more. See how you can access the Income Share Agreement program.
12-month, zero-interest payment plan through EdAid.
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