Agile User Experience Designer Course

Become an

Agile User Experience (UX) Designer

Dare to

Develop.

Your path to a career in

Designing Beautiful Tech Experiences

Are you interested in designing meaningful & relevant experiences to create a technology solution that is loved by humans? You’ll learn how to combine technology, design, market research, psychology & business; and be confident at designing tech products & solutions; and meet inspiring industry mentors and speakers. If you enjoy understanding what makes humans tick and have a high level of empathy for people and their technology journey, then a career in UX design is for you.

Are you ready to become a UX Designer?

Accelerator

Overview

14 weeks

Certificate in Digital Tech Product Solutions (NZQA approved)

As an UX Designer you will gain skills in the following:

  • Developing a user experience design strategy
  • Conducting user research & user centred design analysis
  • User experience design & process strategy
  • Usability testing

upcoming intakes

15 June  2020

1 September 2020

1 December 2020

TUITION & FINANCE

Tuition

19 weeks, 5 days a week

Where

On site at an Auckland based client’s premisesorVirtual Sprints via Zoom with our business partners

Fees

First 9 weeks training fees

$5,290.00 (Incl. GST) – International visa holders

$2,645.00 (Incl. GST) – NZ residents and citizens

If you are selected for the next 10 weeks industry based training and experience, the fees are as below

$5,290.00 (Incl. GST) – International visa holders

$2,645.00 (Incl. GST) – NZ residents and citizens

*Note: Full payment discount available

NZ residents will qualify for student loans and allowance through Studylink.

Fees free may also apply if you meet the criteria.

 

This could

BE you.

Ngapeita

Ngapeita Leilua-Gotz

Human Designer, Auckland Co-Design Lab, Auckland Council
My experience with Wellington-based business ‘Study Spy’ helped me to hone my UX proto-typing skills. Our team redesigned the Study Spy website to make it more functional for students. Working remotely with a team of developers taught us how to manage our workload, be self-sufficient and give the client what they needed.