Prepare Yourself for a Career in UX/UI Design
Without technology, thousands of tasks would not be possible. Many of them are now made much more straightforward. The time it takes a user to begin using an app effectively after downloading it closely correlates with how well the user experience has been designed. The UX/UI has succeeded if users can start using an app immediately, without much assistance or the needing to read manuals. How effortlessly an app enables a user to perform what they want to do and enjoy it is all about user experience (UX). If you want to create products that provide meaningful, relevant and flexible user experiences, you might want to become a UX/UI Designer. Make sure you are in a position to get noticed by recruiters and employers to have a better chance of realising your dream of joining the UX/UI design industry. Recruitmently is here to help you land your desired career as a UX/UI Designer!
We offer training programs for beginners. With a UX/UI Design background or not, we welcome you here! We are designed to provide in-demand skills and practical work experience, essential qualifications today's employers are looking for. Focus on professional development and enhance your prospects of securing a UX/UI design job. Enrol today!
UX Design Career Outlook
The need for UX/UI designers is rising steadily. Even as of 2020, UX/UI design was one of the top 5 most in-demand skills according to LinkedIn, and Glassdoor included it in their list of the top 50 positions to have in 2022.
This is mainly because businesses are starting to recognise the value of investing in UX design teams and how it can significantly impact their bottom line and long-term objectives. Additionally, CNN Money forecasts a 13% increase in demand for UX/UI designers by 2027.
Graduate junior UX/UI designers often earn starting wages between £37,000 to £47,000, depending on location and experience. UX/UI designers with experience can make between £50,000 to £64,000 annually. Salary ranges for senior UX/UI designers and consultants range from £65,000 to £90,000. The industry you work in, the type of employer (public or private sector, for example), your qualifications and experience, and your location all affect your salary.
Depending on your experience level, the industry you're working in, your location, and the project’s complexity, the daily prices for independent UX designers and consultants can differ dramatically. It is possible to pay between £200 and £600 every day.
Recruitmently UX Design Employment Program
The Recruitmently UX/UI Design Program’s primary goal is to prepare you for a UX/UI Design career by giving you the knowledge, skills, and experience to develop ethical UX/UI Design strategies and successfully execute various applications and websites. It will quickly get you up to speed on the fundamentals of the discipline, helping you better understand its concepts and key areas and how they work together.
On program completion, you will be able to develop UX/UI Design techniques based on users’ needs. In addition, the program will let you apply foundational UX/UI concepts, like user-centered design, accessibility, and equity-focused design. This course will guide you in understanding the basics of UX/UI research, like planning research studies, conducting interviews and usability studies, and synthesising research results.
Part of the recruitmently program is you complete a three months internship placement. This allows you to build relevant experience and show employers your work. The highly interactive internship was created by Recruitmently Team with decades of UX design expertise.
The whole design process will be covered, including how to: empathise with users; identify user pain points; generate ideas for design solutions; produce wireframes, mockups, and prototypes; test designs using usability studies, and iterate on designs in response to feedback.
You'll study and get hands-on with the in-demand design tools, Figma and Adobe XD, through a combination of videos, readings, exams, and hands-on exercises. You'll develop a portfolio with three projects to share with potential employers to highlight the skills you learned in this program.
Acquire practical skills that top employers are currently looking for.
Employment & Recruitment Support
In your quest for employment, you are not alone. We are all involved. As previously stated, as soon as you complete any of our programs, you will have access to our recruitment coaches and recruiters. They will work with you to find jobs that will help you get work experience to boost your credentials. Additionally, they will offer world-class career services and employment support to aid your job search.
In addition to their knowledge and experience, our recruitment staff frequently contacts national and international businesses to alert them to job possibilities. Additionally, they receive feedback from applications and interviews we helped generate for applicants and current information about the market.
Thanks to their guidance and support, we have already assisted hundreds of individuals in finding placements and full-time positions with good pay and benefits. With their help, you may accomplish the same thing.
Who is the Training Program for?
The UX/UI Design Training Program is ideal for anyone who is interested in UX/UI Design industry. New UX/UI Designers can also benefit from the program by expanding their design process and digital knowledge.
Many who have completed the UX/UI Design Training Program improved their career prospects. You may become an information architect, interaction designer (UI), usability tester, UX/UI researcher or analyst and visual designer after five to ten years in various UX Design jobs. When you complete the program, you can have better chances of landing a role in the UX/UI Design industry.
Potential Jobs in UX DESIGN After Completion:
Upon completing the training program offered by Recruitmently, you can gain access to a broad range of UX Design jobs, including:
- User Experience (UX) Designer
- UI Designer
- Interaction Designer
- Visual Designer
- Product designer
- Information Architect
- UX Researcher
- UX Writer
- UX Manager
- Product Designer
- Product Manager
- UX Strategist
- Visual Designer
What the Training Program Covers
The UX DESIGN Training Program will build or expand your knowledge in the following topics:
- User Experience (UX)
- UX Research
- Google UX Design
- Usability Testing
- Adobe XD
- Introduction to Web Accessibility
- Integrated Digital Media
- Design Thinking
- Human-Computer Interactions: The Foundation of UX Design
- Quantitative Research for UX
- UX Design Patterns for Successful Software
What's Next After Program Completion?
- Once you complete the UX/UI Design Training Program, you will:
- Have an in-depth understanding of the UX Design sector and practice.
- Have the skills and experience needed to apply for entry-level UX Design positions in different companies across industries.
- Receive a digital certificate of completion that verifies your participation in the training program. You can use this as a supporting document when applying for UX Design jobs.
- Be able to boost your resume or professional profile by putting the skills and experience you have acquired from the program, which should help it stand out.
- Receive assistance from our team in securing a few months of work placement followed by employment support.
- Three month internships part of the program.
- Be ready to work as an entry-level UX Designer and effectively perform the role's responsibilities.
- For the work placement assistance and employment support, our team will:
- Work with you in finding a suitable placement within your target industry. The post’s primary purpose is to help you build relevant work experience.
- help you improve your resume or LinkedIn profile so it highlights your new skills and accomplishments effectively and will also pass the applicant tracking system that recruiters and employers use.
- Assist in distributing your resume to hiring companies, increasing the chances of your applications getting noticed.
- Support you in preparing for interviews, so you can answer questions and articulate your skills more effectively and confidently.