Boring UI Course
When thinking about UI Design, we often imagine beautiful detail pages or visually stunning dashboards.
Things like this:
🔥 Here's a reality check!
What really matters for companies hiring UI designers?
In reality the most common things UI designers do are pretty "boring". It's a set of components like inputs, buttons, cards and list views arranged and re-arranged into many different configurations.
☝️ THIS is what matters to a business hiring a designer! Not their flashy dribbble skills.
I've noticed many juniors lack these fundamentals and when time comes to design something real they're lost and confused.
They may know how to design a button or a dropdown, but their components like consistency and proper hierarchy.
With this course you'll learn the fundamentals of creating a beautiful, consistent and thought-out component set - a skill that companies REALLY want from UI designers.
Just making a set of buttons is easy. This course takes you much, much further!
You will learn:
✅ How to plan your fonts, colors and sizes
✅ How to set up a soft-grid for your components
✅ Creating beautiful buttons, inputs, checkboxes and more
✅ Crafting lists, cards and other often used components
✅ Mastering hierarchy through spacing and typography (🚨 the most important part!)
✅ Combining the components into full interfaces
Understand the WHY!
It's not about recreating some UI elements, but rather UNDERSTANDING the WHY - why they have these sizes, proportions, how they work together and a lot more!
Here's an example of some the components:
And it's only a small group - the full course covers a lot more and how to use them together for the best User Experience.
❤️ What people say?
🚨 How to access?
Use the email address you used for gumroad purchase to request a magic link at https://hype4.academy - then simply go to video courses, pick the course and start watching!
🎬 The course
The course is 5 and a half hours of video materials and covers all the components used in typical UI designs - that is a MASSIVE set! On top of that you'll learn how to use hierarchy for optimal grouping and placing the components into interface elements. This is the most important skill for a designer to have!
We will be designing in Figma, but you can also use Sketch or Adobe XD as the knowledge in the course is not Figma specific - it's universal practices of great UI design mixed with our years of professional experience in the field with projects for multiple banks and large corporations.
Who made this?
💬 What people say about our courses
Our way of teaching truly works - motivated, disciplined designers who take the courses usually end up getting responses from jobs after months of radio silence or rejections.
People get hired after our courses. Right now it's in the HUNDREDS! 🔥
Book your slot now and learn how to design beautiful UI components that you can then modify and re-use in ALL your projects.
Learn what really matters in day-to-day UI design!
Access to the full video course when it launches on December 19th and access to our Figma file with the component set for reference (from January)