Web apps aren’t exciting—what users do with them is. Empower your users and get out of their way.
Mobile can be great fun to design for, but the bread and butter of our work still comes down to desktop-class web app experiences. The larger canvas invites significantly more information at a glance for our users, and we can offer complex functionality at the click of a mouse. In this class we’ll explore best practices for laying out information, navigation, and actions in desktop-focused web apps.
You. You aren’t in design for personal glory. You want to see your users be proud of their work, not yours.
Designers who care about information architecture, business goals, and user needs.
Designers who enjoy meeting other designers from around the world and nerding out together.
Create intuitive, visually appealing user interfaces for web apps, ensuring users have a seamless and engaging experience, from layout and navigation to interactive elements.
Design web app interfaces that captivate users, boost user satisfaction, and enhance overall usability.
Craft web app interfaces that adapt flawlessly to various screen sizes and devices, making your designs accessible and engaging for all users.
Create web app interfaces that look and perform beautifully on smartphones, tablets, and desktops.
Craft efficient user flows that guide users seamlessly through web apps, enhancing engagement and conversion rates.
Design user journeys that lead to desired actions, ensuring users easily find what they need and accomplish their goals within your web apps.
Keep a design system in mind to maintain consistency and brand identity throughout web app interfaces, streamlining the design and development process.
UI Design for Web Apps
Feb 19—Feb 22
Mon, Feb 19, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM UTC
Tue, Feb 20, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM UTC
Thu, Feb 22, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM UTC
Head of Education at Button School
Nevan has been teaching designers and developers for over a decade, and still loves every minute of it! He’s led programs at General Assembly and Ironhack, and coached designers and developers at every stage of their careers. He’s built design systems for the Swiss Red Cross, Northeastern University, Rustic Pathways, and Buzzfeed.
Active hands-on learning
This course builds on live workshops and hands-on projects
Interactive and project-based
You’ll be interacting with other learners through breakout rooms and project teams
Learn with a cohort of peers
Join a community of like-minded people who want to learn and grow alongside you
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