CuriousCore’s UX Design Course (2-day Intensive) aims to help individuals and businesses learn the fundamentals of UX research and design.
During the course, you will develop strong foundational skills in user experience research and user interface design. You will also be exposed to the tools and frameworks necessary to adopt a more user-centric approach when designing your own solutions.
Conducted online over 2 full days, this immersive course provides you with an introduction to the field of UX design, with practical skills and design-thinking frameworks that can be immediately applied to your daily work.
NTUC members can enjoy 50% unfunded* course fee support for up to $250 each year (or $500 a year for NTUC members aged 40 and above).
(*i.e., fees after government subsidies).
This course is designed to introduce individuals to the fundamentals of design thinking and UX knowledge widely used in the tech industry.
It is ideal for:
Participants should be prepared to dedicate two days, spread across two weekends, to complete the course curriculum. No prerequisite knowledge of UI/UX design is required.
In this course, you will develop foundational knowledge in UX design and research, learning technical skills such as conducting user research, prototyping, and user testing.
The breakdown of key learnings is as follows:
For in-depth curriculum modules and information about our instructors, please refer to our course brochure.
For this course, you will primarily communicate with course instructors and group members through online meetings. You are also expected to download specific online software necessary for your coursework. You will need:
A fundamental introduction to the UX research process, covering key areas such as user research, user interviews, and research synthesis.
Immerse yourself in essential research techniques through hands-on user interviews and practice translating insights into product ideas.
Building on the foundation of research fundamentals, this module introduces essential UX design skills, including wire-framing, prototyping, and user testing.
Learn to think like an experienced UX designer and gain hands-on experience with industry-standard software such as Miro and Figma. Bring your ideas to life by developing interactive design prototypes to user test.
Any other questions? Feel free to reach out to our team.
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Daylon currently consults and trains enterprises as well as mentors startups via WeWork Labs on UX Design and Product Management. These enterprises include Prudential and Hewlett Packard (HP).
He also teaches at renowned education institutes as an adjunct faculty member in Singapore and Malaysia, such as Republic Polytechnic (RP), Singapore Management University (SMU), and Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). Daylon has also taught part-time at General Assembly since 2015 (Average Student Net Promoter Score: >80) on UX Design and Digital Marketing.
Daylon is an Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® & PRINCE2® Certified Practitioner in Project Management.
You may read more about his views on design education on LinkedIn.
Daylon previously served as Razer’s Global eCommerce Architect for the online shopping experience. As part of a dedicated team, he focused on driving global direct eCommerce sales by leading design initiatives that optimised Average Order Value (AOV) and Lifetime Value (LTV), successfully increasing site visits to sales conversions and reduced churn for millions of monthly site visitors and shoppers on Razer.com. In addition, he led a team of Marketing & Merchandising Specialists and a UX Designer.
Daylon was also part of the Digital Product Design team of Aviva Digital Garage working as a SCRUM Product Owner. The team develops and test new insurance ideas and services which make financial services more tailored and accessible for customers globally. Daylon doubled up as the team’s design sprint facilitator and user research lead, effectively synthesising data into actionable insights for product designers.
As this is an advanced UX design course aimed at facilitating participants’ successful transition into the UX industry, it incorporates real client projects to apply their technical skills.
Those interested in enrolling in the User Experience (UX) Career Accelerator should:
At CuriousCore, we believe that financial constraints should not deter you from achieving your career and education goals.
We offer flexible payment options for our courses. Please register with your details on the course page to schedule a call and discuss your options with us.
Each of our course types varies based on the participants’ objectives.
Our part-time courses emphasise a practice-based curriculum, aimed at reskilling participants and facilitating career conversion into a relevant field. These courses typically require a longer commitment over an extended period of time. Due to the practical nature of the course, subsidies are limited, but post-course support is extensive.
Our short intensive courses focus on exposing participants to the key fundamentals of the subject, helping them upskill in a specific area. These courses typically span 1-2 days only, making them suitable for busy professionals looking to advance their skills.
Lastly, our WSQ courses cover the theoretical aspects of the subject and are accredited under the Workforce Skills Qualification. These courses are made affordable with government subsidies and are suitable for organisations seeking to upskill their teams.
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Course refunds and cancellations are disbursed and processed on a case-by-case basis.
You can expect comprehensive career support and guidance during the course. We place a strong emphasis on assisting our graduates in successfully transitioning into the UX design field upon graduation. Our support includes:
We continue to provide career support for up to 3 months after graduation to ensure your smooth transition into the industry.
For all courses, every participant will receive a digital certificate of completion. If you prefer, you can also request a printed certificate to be delivered to your address.
“The hands-on activities and interacting with other students was my favourite part of the course.”
“I am pleased with how the course taught me wireframing and allowed for interaction with the other students.”
“It has been really useful throughout. I’ve learnt so much!”