- January 17, 2022
- Posted by: Adeshola Gbadebo
- Category: Human Capital Development, UI
UI/UX is the superior skill to learn in 2022. UX (user experience) and UI (user interface) are two interdependent terms. UI generally deals with the interaction between users and computer systems, software and applications, while UX deals more generally with a user’s overall experience with a brand, product or service. On the 4th December 2022, we completed the training of 46 UI/UX Designers who are now exploring the tech space.
On 12th February 2022, we will be starting our Second Series of UI/UX Training, and registration is currently on.
To enrol for this training, please send us a message on 08162726997. Registration cost NGN100,000 for the first 20 intending designers and N120,000 for subsequent designers. Personal Laptops would be given to the first ten people who register.
Furthermore, here are five reasons you should enrol in our UI/UX Training:
5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ENROLL IN OUR UI/UX TRAINING
1. High Demand in The Job Market: UX design is among the top five most in-demand employment skills for 2020. A survey conducted by Adobe found that software engineers are in demand as UI/UX designers. Eighty-seven per cent of HRs prioritize recruiting UX designers, according to a poll by the software company.
2. Minimal Coding Knowledge: UX specialists focus on design tools, design thinking and user behaviour analysis and less on coding.
3. High Employability Growth: UI/UX experts can work in various industries, and start-ups seek them. According to current job advertising, UI/UX can be found in healthcare, financial services, retail, energy and many other areas of the economy
4. Opportunity to work with various professionals: Digital design is not something you can accomplish independently. So why not learn how to work with others to do it? Being a UI/UX designer is a lot of fun because you get to interact with skilled professionals all the time.
5. Impact Oriented Profession: Being a UI/UX designer necessitates talking to people and understanding their surroundings. You’ll look into a problem by talking to real people about how it affects them, how they feel, and what they need.