Gwalior, India

Advance Diploma in UI & UX Design

About UI & UX Designing: In the rat race of success one needs to be presentable not only in the physical world but in the virtual world too. A Web designer is someone who creates a responsive website and the process of creating a responsive website design is web designing. A web designer’s role is mainly related to the collection of ideas, and aesthetically arranging and implementation of ideas, guided by certain principles for styling and layout of pages.

Web designing is a process of conceptualizing, planning, and building a collection of electronic files that determine the layout, colors, text styles, structure, graphics & images of the website. Even if you are living in India you have the scope to collect web-designing jobs from the local or international market.

Our UI UX Course popular topics

1. Graphic Design


Course Objectives

Goals for Graphic Design

Introduction to Design

Basic Design

Role of Design in Society

responsibility of Designers

Sketching and Drawing

Project Work and Portfolio

Construction Drawing

Representational Drawing

Simplification Drawing

Elements of Design


What are graphic attributes?

What are page layouts?

How to create page layouts

Determining the document type

Identify recurring page layouts

Develop grid structure


Text procedures

Icons and visual symbols

Screen captures

Graphics in online documents



2. User Interface (UI) Design

Introduction to UI/UX design

Conducting User Research

Architecting Information


Visual Design & Function

Graphic Designing

skills for Graphic & UI Design




3. User Experience (UX) Design

Design Psychology

Research Methods

Information Architecture

Wireframing / Prototyping

Interaction Design

Inclusive Design

Basic UI Development

UX design for upcoming technologies

UI & UX Design Job Profile

After completing a UI/ UX design course, an aspirant can either undergo higher studies in the same course or they can even opt to pursue a job. The most popular job profile that candidates can pursue after completing a UI/ UX course is to become a UI designer or a UX designer.

A UI designer is concerned with how a product is laid out. In such a job profile one is responsible for designing each screen/ page that a user interacts with. Thus, a UI designer is tasked with the responsibility of creating a style guide and thereafter ensuring that a consistent design language is applied across the entire product. A UI designer needs to ensure that there is consistency in visual elements of the product being used by end users.

As a UX designer one explores and incorporates different approaches so as to solve a specific user problem. As a UX designer the primary responsibility that one needs to shoulder is to ensure that while using a product the user can easily move from one step to the next.

Web Designing Certification Course - Overview

  • First Step in Developing a Web Based Project
  • A Step By Step Instuctor Led Training will help you design a Responsive Website meaning one design for all devices like desktop, tablets, phablets, mobile etc
  • Hence, to Learn Responsive Website Development our experts have prepared best curriculum that suffice most industry requirements.
  • Curriculum Covers
    • Short term course-HTML, CSS, javascript
    • Proffesional course-JQuery, Bootstrap, Media query and Angular JS
    • Advance course-JQuery, Bootstrap, Media query and React JS
  • Training Methodology - 25% Theory & 75% Hands On
  • Who Can Learn - Both IT & Non IT People

  • What is the Interface design (UI)
  • The Relation between UI & UX
  • Roles in UI UX
  • A brief historical overview of interface design
  • Interface conventions
  • Approaches to screen based UI
  • Template vs Content
  • Formal elements of interface design
  • Active elements of interface design
  • Composing the elements of interface design
  • UI design process
  • Visual communication design component in interface design

  • UX basics
  • Foundation of UX design
  • Good & Poor design
  • Understanding your users
  • Designing the experience- elements of user experience
  • Visual design principles
  • Functional layout
  • Interaction design
  • Introduction to the interface
  • Navigation design
  • User tasting
  • Developing & Releasing your design

  • User study -
  • Interviews
  • Writing persons: user & device persons
  • User context
  • Building low fidelity wireframes & high fidelity polished wireframes using wireframing tools
  • Creating the working prototype using prototyping tools
  • Sharing & Exporting design


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