Designing Courses(13 courses)
This 10-week, part-time User Experience Design course equips students with the skills needed to create meaningful digital experiences for consumers and customers.View course information
The User Experience Design: Accelerated course is an intensive one-week course that prepares students to break into the ever-growing field of user experience design.View course information
The User Experience Design Transform course, delivered full-time over 10 weeks, provides students with a thorough understanding of UX fundamentals, from design research and analysis to concept development and communication.View course information
From this Designing and Developing VR and AR Applications course you’ll master the fundamentals of VR and AR development, learn from expert industry mentors, and get hands-on experience in cutting-edge development technology.View course information
Learn how to design websites and apps that work for people in this online, self-paced User Experience Design Online Course (Foundations) from Academy Xi.View course information
Create digital technology that truly works for people and gain sought-after skills with this UX UI Design Online Course (Intermediate) from Academy Xi.View course information
Help businesses work effectively, save money and improve digital processes with the sought-after skills built in this Service Design Course from Academy Xi.View course information
Build sought-after digital skills that help businesses work better from the comfort of your own home with this Service Design Foundations Course from Academy Xi.View course information
Build standout skills in service design from the comfort of your own home with this Service Design Online Course (Intermediate) from Academy Xi.View course information
Build foundation UI skills from the comfort of your own home in this online, self-paced UI Design Online Course (Foundations) from Academy Xi.View course information
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You can start small by honing your skills in illustration, cartooning and drawing with a short course. If this increases your interest, then consider continuing by studying a more comprehensive course such as fine arts. Fine arts covers a range of topics including art and creativity, art history, sculptures, paintings and visual arts.
For those interested in using technology in design, a course in graphic design is a great way to get a range of skills and knowledge. The super-technical can even specialise in specific areas like 3D animation or games design.
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