Interaction Design (UI/UX)

There is a certain stack of knowledge that is required to work as a designer in large companies in Azerbaijan and the world. Our program provides it in full. In our UI / UX design course, you will master all the relevant and effective tools by working on real projects.

It doesn’t matter what kind of experience you have, because we provide training from scratch and our program provides complete training. You will go through all the stages of building a high-quality design layout for a website or application.

The UI / UX design course curriculum is different from the regular web design course. The task of UI / UX is to create the most simple and comfortable user interface at all stages of interaction with the resource. Today it is the most demanded profession in the field of design. It’s the usability and intuitive understanding of user interfaces that converts visitors into buyers.

A minimum of dry theory, maximum emphasis on the practical solution of real problems. We will share tips on how to understand the customer and the needs of his business. To do this, you need to analyze the niche in detail in order to find the perfect balance between trends and customer needs.

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Start date



5.5 months/300 hours

Group size

25-30 nəfər


I, III 18:30-21:30, VII 10:00- 14:30

Admission requirements

Willingness to intensive training

Language skills

Level of English: Intermediate+


To have a personal computer or a laptop


18 years and older

Upon the course completion you will::

Understand the tasks for business, master the basics of business analysis and be on the same wavelength with the client.

Find ideas and translate them into design prototypes.

Work on the platforms Figma, Sketch App, InVision Studio.

Know the principles of design in the psychological aspect (gestalt principles, psychology of human perception of the site) and in the technical aspect (composition, theory of color and fonts).

Distinguish between competent and bad designs, be able to argue their decisions.

Create a unique design for landing pages of sites, mobile applications, admin panels.


Interaction Design (UI/UX)

Number of modules

The student begins preparing for studies immediately after passing the pre-educational interview and enrollment. He gets his first homework assignment – read the literature and links to video tutorials.

The preparation consists of the following topics:

  • Introduction. Design processes.
  • Scrum: flexible workflow.
  • Figma: interface, basic elements, limitations.
  • Figma: Components, auto-layout.
  • How to interview a client.
  • Start: 1st business interview for the project.

We master the psychological aspects of the future design project. We focus on the ability to understand the audience of the project, to hear the customer. In the end, we will learn how to find the right solution by designing first on paper and then in a graphics editor.

This module covers the fundamental design topics: composition, grid, color, typography, navigation. Students will master the gestalt principles of visual design, Nielsen’s heuristics for interfaces, fundamental approaches to building navigation.

At the end of the module, each student will design a unique solution for site design, behind which is a real customer. The student will test the project and defend their results based on informed decisions.

The module consists of the following topics:

  • Whimsical: ideas and brainstorming
  • Design: user-centric or data-centric
  • User interview and script
  • Sitemap, user flow.
  • Navigation
  • Models, paper prototyping.
  • Validation phase. Interface testing
  • Visual design. User interface components. UI Kit
  • Moodboard. Template library
  • Atomic design approach
  • Typography and grid.
  • Color and composition
  • Nielsen Heuristic Benchmark Analysis
  • Figma: prototyping
  • Tilda
  • Preparation for project demonstration
  • I demonstration of the project
  • Retrospective of the I project / Preparation for the II project

In this module, the tasks become more complex. We will start building a real admin panel with tons of pages and functionality. The module starts with the study of professional UX techniques, after which we will analyze the psychology of human perception, vision and memory. Together with mentors, we will deal with objects, hierarchies, properties; we will understand how a person searches and finds the necessary information, and how it filters by discarding inappropriate information. These skills will allow you to better understand the structure of the design product.


Upon completion of this module, all students design and create in practice the design of the admin panel, be sure to protect it in front of the customer. This project will be the first in the portfolio.


The module consists of the following topics:

  • Beginning: business interview on the II project. Scrum: sprint planning
  • CRM, ERP, LMS, Adminpanel.
  • Information architecture
  • ERD, CRUD, user types
  • Design systems, frameworks
  • Tables and cards
  • Sort, filter, search
  • Form and design of the input column
  • Calendar Design
  • Creating a dashboard
  • Charts, data visualization
  • Animation basics
  • User perception
  • Business analysis. The basics
  • UX Writing
  • Product Analytics, SDLC
  • Icon design. Context in design
  • Visual trends
  • Demo Pitch & Project for client
  • Review and demonstration of the II project
  • Retrospective of the II project. Preparation for the III project

The third module is one of the hardest in the course. It is built around mobile app design and even AR / VR design. We will master the basics of HTML / CSS, we will learn how to communicate with developers, competently setting tasks for them. The main focus is on the development of mobile application design.


The final part of the module is preparing your portfolio. You will master effective techniques for self-presentation and defense of your own projects, and you will be ready to conduct interviews with potential employers.


Upon completion, we organize the presentation of design projects to the customer, complete the preparation of the portfolio.


The module consists of the following topics:

  • Beginning: III business interview on the project. Scrum: sprint planning
  • Overview of the mobile application interface
  • iOS vs Android
  • User interface guides
  • Material design guidelines
  • MVP, rapid prototyping
  • Responsive design
  • Gamification
  • Interaction animation
  • Design of brainstorming sessions
  • Design for unusual platforms (AR, TV, Automotive)
  • Metrics in the mobile application
  • Review, demonstration and retrospective of the III project

The course program is structured in such a way that the student can combine basic training with master classes and workshops. The speakers of such events are often foreign experts from large companies.

  • Review of the diploma project. Resume creation. Job overview
  • UX research: quantitative versus qualitative.
  • UX research: customer development
  • UX strategy
  • UX audit. Visual audit. Visual design tests
  • Portfolio: Behance and Dribbble
  • Portfolio: Tilda & Readymag
  • Designer and developer. Project transfer
  • SEO Basic for UX Designer
  • Branding. Logos. CX Design
  • Cover letter and written message
  • Advertisement. Licenses. Legal basis
  • Visual storytelling
  • Rapid prototyping. Design Hackaton Part 1
  • Rapid prototyping. Design Hackaton Part 2