UX Workshop £295.00

The UX workshop combines the theory of UX and a practical task for you to get to grips with the process.

By the end of the 3 hour course, you should have a solid framework for assessing usability and a methodology for applying UX principles.


UX Strategy

UX strategy theory will teach you the key concepts which are the main contributors to the implementing a solid user experience.


UX Process

Our task based learning will teach you the UX process from start to finishing which should give you a solid framework for applying UX principles.


UX Practical

You'll take part in a task based practical exercise, teaching you the end to end UX design process.



Our courses are geared toward beginners and no prior knowledge of a subject is required.  Inevitably, our courses attract students with a wide variety of backgrounds and expertise.

Our courses are designed to impart the knowledge and the know how of each subject.  It’s up to you to put in the work after the course to become a successful designer.

We offer refunds for cancellations made up to 2 days of the selected course date.


The free workshop tends to have between 25-35 people attending so it moves a little bit quicker as there’s plenty to cover. With the paid workshop, its generally one on one so the tutor can address areas in more detail plus you get his full attention.

You would certainly have a head start into digital design as you have awareness of relevant programmes and all that entails. UX however also plays an important role in UI design, so its always best to have that UX knowledge as it directly impacts what you create.

You go home and practice .. practice .. practice and you stay in touch with us. We will review and critique your work as many times as you want until you’re ready to interview for employment. The cost of this after workshop service is nothing. Our goal is the same as yours; your employment as a digital designer and we think it just shouldn’t cost you an absolute fortune to achieve that …

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Shaun Stilwell - Head of UX

"The best way to build and maintain a positive user experience is to bring your users into the conversation. Let them tell you what’s working and more importantly, what’s isn't working to deliver the best possible user experience."