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User Interface & User Experience

Course - M. Design 

Duration – 2 years (4 Semester)

Eligibility – Graduate / Any Stream / From Recognized University

Admission – Through entrance Exam / Interview 

What is UI & UX Design

The “UI” in UI & UX design stands for “User Interface.” The user interface is the graphical layout of an application. This includes screen layout, transitions, interface animations and every single micro-interaction. Any sort of visual element, interaction, or animation must all be designed.

“UX” in UI & UX stands for “User Experience.” A user’s experience of the app is determined by how they interact with it. There’s also a certain amount of iterative analysis involved in UX design. UX designers will create wireframe rendering of their interface interactions and get user feedback.

So a UI Designer decides how to user Interface looks while the UX Designer decides how the user Interface works.

What you Must Learn to Become a

UI & UX Designer

This is a very collaborative process, and the two design teams tend to work closely together. As the UX team is working out the flow of the app, how all of the buttons navigate you through your tasks, and how the interface efficiently serves up the information user’s need, the UI team is working on how all of these interface elements will appear on screen.

Here You Learn the fundamental UX/UI industry frameworks: design thinking, agile methodologies and lean structuring, Then improve your UX research methods, interaction design principles and information architecture.

You will uncover the fundamentals of branding and design for UI close-loop design. Then implement this knowledge to generate engaging, elegant and scalable user interfaces.

To become a successful UI & UX designer you need to Understand all the design directions like if you like working on the visual part of design? — If the answer is yes, then you should become a visual designer (UI). 


Do you like thinking through the concept of how the product works with the user, make the interface convenient, analyze, test? — then you should become a user experience designer (UX). UX designers should have the ability to gather qualitative and quantitative data about users through research and analysis.


Do you like both the first one and the second, plus you like to deeply understand the product, be in charge of the product, know and improve it? — then you should become a product designer. Like magazines, posters, flyers and other POS-materials, like working with company’s identity — then you should be a graphic designer.

A wireframe is a layout of a webpage that shows what interface elements will exist on key pages. UI/UX designers are expected to have the ability to produce wireframes and prototypes quickly and effectively.

An effective visual communication skillset is about minimizing the need for written instructions and using visual cues to guide the user and help them understand where to go next, how to find the information they need, and what other actions they can take.

Interaction design consists of elements such as aesthetics, motion, sound, and physical space (where and how the product is used) that affect a user’s interaction with a product. 

UI/UX designers don’t need to be coding experts, but they should have basic HTML and CSS skills and be capable of making minor website changes. Content must be structured, labeled, and organized properly for users to find it. So the designer must be skillful in Information architecture.

There is no shortcut to become an UI & UX Designer, You must posses a master degree to become master in this field. 


Domain Knowledge

In integrated labs, learn all of the concepts, skills, tools, and methods needed to construct all of the UI/UX concepts from the ground up. Create digital experiences that result in customer happiness, product success, and brand loyalty.

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Problem Analysis

By the end of this course, student will have a basic understanding of design thinking processes and how to use an iterative approach to issue solving in order to develop effective user experiences.


Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems

Students will learn research methadologies and athenography to find facts about real time interaction problems of digital platforms. It will help them to get solutions of complex problems.

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Modern Tool Usage

Students will learn all the necessary softwares to design User Interface, User Experience, Information Design and Prototyping.


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 Project Management & Finance

Students will be able to create strategists who can concentrate on the correct challenge at the right moment while keeping the overall picture in mind.

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Life-long learning

Students will learn to solve simple and complex problems through UI & UX Design process which keep them engage in research and developing sense of responsibility for society.

Career & Job Roles

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