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UI/UX Learning Path

December 21, 2022 - 7 min. read

If you’re wondering where to learn UX/UI design, look no further. This learning path includes our team’s favorite articles, e-books, and courses. Completing it will help you learn the key concepts and processes of UX/UI design.

Let’s dive in!

Table of Content

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UX Design

As Steve Jobs once said, “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” UX or User Experience is how users experience and interact with your product. Below are some beneficial resources for learning the fundamentals of UX design.

For further reading, we recommend the following sources:

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UX Design

As Steve Jobs once said, “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” UX or User Experience is how users experience and interact with your product. Below are some beneficial resources for learning the fundamentals of UX design.

For further reading, we recommend the following sources:

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Design Strategy

In this section, you will learn about multiple key concepts: user-centered design, mobile-first design, responsive design, and typography.

  • User-Centered Design

User-centered design is an evolving approach that helps you meet your users’ needs and expectations. It puts users at the heart of the design process. The following articles will introduce you to user-centered design principles.

  • Mobile-First Design & Responsive Design

In an era when smartphones are evolving every day & the internet is accessible 24/7 in the palm of your hand, mobile-first design & responsive design are essential. Use the resources below to learn more about these principles and how to apply them.

  • Typography Standards

If users can’t easily read your content, they will simply abandon your product. That’s why typography is an integral part of UX/UI design. Check out the resources below to learn the key principles of typography.

P.S. We highly recommend the master class; it’s a game-changer.

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Design Strategy

In this section, you will learn about multiple key concepts: user-centered design, mobile-first design, responsive design, and typography.

  • User-Centered Design

User-centered design is an evolving approach that helps you meet your users’ needs and expectations. It puts users at the heart of the design process. The following articles will introduce you to user-centered design principles.

  • Mobile-First Design & Responsive Design

In an era when smartphones are evolving every day & the internet is accessible 24/7 in the palm of your hand, mobile-first design & responsive design are essential. Use the resources below to learn more about these principles and how to apply them.

  • Typography Standards

If users can’t easily read your content, they will simply abandon your product. That’s why typography is an integral part of UX/UI design. Check out the resources below to learn the key principles of typography.

P.S. We highly recommend the master class; it’s a game-changer.

3

UI Design

The UI or User Interface is what the user sees and interacts with. It holds the visual hierarchy, colors, fonts, icons, images, buttons, and more. Although UX design comes first, UI and UX design are interrelated; they work together and impact one another. So now that we’ve covered the basics of UX design, let’s learn about UI design.

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UI Design

The UI or User Interface is what the user sees and interacts with. It holds the visual hierarchy, colors, fonts, icons, images, buttons, and more. Although UX design comes first, UI and UX design are interrelated; they work together and impact one another. So now that we’ve covered the basics of UX design, let’s learn about UI design.

4

Android vs. iOS Design

When it comes to mobile app design, we follow different rules for iOS than for Android. The design rules for iOS were established by Apple and are called the “human interface guidelines.” Meanwhile, Android’s design rules were created by Google and are referred to as the “material design guidelines.” Following these rules allows us to design more intuitive experiences for the users of each operating system.

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Microinteractions

Do you know the confirmation sound your phone makes when you lock your screen? That’s an example of a micro-interaction. These are small actions that have a huge impact on the user experience! Check the links below to learn about designing micro-interactions.

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Design Tools

Below are some resources to help you master Figma – one of the best UI design tools available.

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Design Tools

Below are some resources to help you master Figma – one of the best UI design tools available.

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Conclusion

We hope you enjoy your UX/UI design journey. This learning path covers the basics, but the tech industry is always evolving, and there is always room for improvement, so get ready for an endless, enjoyable learning process.

Have any questions?

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