Become a Job-Ready UX Designer

Cohort-based Course

Overcome common UX design hurdles and emerge job-ready with my hands-on course

Previously at

Ford Motor Company
Neiman Marcus
Corpay One

Course overview

Decode employer expectations and UX design skills to be interview and job-ready!

One of the biggest challenges a lot of aspiring UX designers face is knowing how to apply the knowledge they've learned. Knowledge is ineffective until you've learned to apply it. I've curated a course to help you learn the fundamentals of UX design, but most importantly, apply that knowledge and conquer common UX challenges in interviews, crafting and presenting stellar portfolios, and fostering a problem-solving mindset for the long run. By the end, you won't just be a student; you'll be UX Design interview and job-ready!"

You are...


Looking to land a UX Designer role with no previous knowledge.


Trying to patch up those basic knowledge gaps that are keeping you from moving up to the intermediate designer level!


Exploring a career shift from graphic, visual, or UI design to UX design.

What you'll get out of this course

Learn UX Fundamentals

• Crash course on UX and some UI fundamentals

• Understand UX and UI in way allowing you to apply in real work

Design UX Portfolio without work experience

• Understand the structure and main elements of a portfolio

• Identify employer expectations

• Be ready to create your own portfolio

Presenting your knowledge

• Structure UX presentations

• Learn effective presentation skills

Develop design problem solving skills

• Break down design problems

• Understand the process to solving design problems

• Create a replicable framework for approaching design problems

• Learn to apply problem-solving framework to different scenarios

Course syllabus

7 live sessions • 5 modules • 20 lessons
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    • UX/UI Foundation

      This module introduces the essentials of UX design, exploring key principles and concepts with a focus on analyzing and improving existing products or websites. It combines theoretical learning with practical projects, such as creating user personas based on research findings.

    • Design Process in Action

      This module delves into the practical aspects of UX design, from transforming assumptions into hypotheses to learning wireframing techniques. Students will engage in hands-on projects like designing wireframes and conducting usability tests to validate design decisions.

    • UX Portfolio

      Focusing on the professional presentation of UX skills, this module guides students in creating compelling case studies and effective presentations of their UX projects. It emphasizes the importance of showcasing the design process and decision-making in a portfolio setting.

    • Applied Knowledge

      This module emphasizes the importance of communication in UX design, teaching verbal and nonverbal skills, along with storytelling techniques. Students learn to approach UX interviews with confidence, simulating real interview scenarios to practice common questions and challenges.

    • Problem-Solving

      In this module, students learn to identify and dissect design problems, developing a personalized design thinking framework. The module encourages applying these skills to real-world scenarios, where students propose solutions to common design issues in existing apps or websites.

Meet your instructor

Roy Chan

Roy Chan

Hey, I'm Roy Chan, your guide in the UX/CX universe! With over a decade navigating fintech, ecommerce, loyalty, and legal mazes, I've danced with giants like Ford, CIBC, Neiman Marcus, and TJMaxx.

Beyond the professional hustle, I'm on a mission – mentoring students to shine in interviews and conquer design challenges. Join me for an adventure in the world of UX/CX where we'll turn obstacles into stepping stones!

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Course schedule

10 hours
  • Course Early Access

    January 22

    Get access to the course material, including videos and projects early so that our live sessions together mean so much more.

  • 1 Week of Classes

    February 12-16, 2024 - 1:00pm to 2:15pm

  • 2 Sessions of Office Hours

    Tuesday & Thursday

    Discuss any problems you may have with projects or course material.

Learning is better with cohorts

Learning is better with cohorts

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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