Design isn't just what apps and websites look like, it's how they work. Through paper sketches and interactive prototypes, we're able to craft designs that solve problems and communicate effectively. In this class, you'll learn design processes used to create world class apps and websites.
You'll be designing screens for Mobile Apps, Web Apps, and Marketing Sites. You'll use professional techniques to take these designs from paper sketches to interactive prototypes to final design.
Good design happens when your app is intuitive, usable and solves a problem. After 11 weeks, you will be able to articulate why something is well designed and use these same principles in your own work.
Jamie designs Android apps at Basecamp. Before that he's designed everything from book covers, marketing websites, newsletters, and logos for 37signals. He's been designing for print and screen for over 15 years. Prior to Basecamp, he was an Art Director at Crate and Barrel and a Senior Designer at Organic where he worked on commerce websites for Target and FTD.
Visual Design is a part-time, 11-week evening program. Class meets once a week, and students are expected to dedicate 5-7 hours of work weekly.
Visual Design is held at our West Loop office at 30 N Racine Avenue, Suite 210 in Chicago, Illinois.
There's room for 16 students. Acceptances are done on a rolling basis. So the sooner you apply, the better your chances of securing a seat.
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