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Both UI & UX are extremely crucial to any website or app.

UI UX professionals are responsible for the ‘look & feel’ as well as smooth functionalities of a site. As the companies have now realized its importance UI UX is one of the hottest careers.

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UI UX Design Course in Bangalore

UI UX is all about drawing inspiration from the moments we experience. User Interface (UI) design and User Experience (UX) design are high-demand fields in the media and entertainment industry. The skills and knowledge you will gain at Aplus Animation will be applicable to a wide variety of careers

Want to learn UI-UX Design from Scratch. Aplus Animation , Bangalore offers a comprehensive course that trains you on all aspects of user interface and user experience design to make you job ready. While UI design is about the look and feel of the website or app, UX design improves the overall experience of the users when they interact with the website or app. With Aplus Animation's UI-UX Design course, you will learn end-to-end aspects of user interface and user experience design.

User experience design is the complete process of enhancing customer satisfaction and loyalty by increasing the usability, ease of use, and preference provided in the interaction between the customer and the product. The various activities to be carried out by a UX designer would be - Competitor / Customer Analysis, Product Building, Content Development, Wire framing, Prototyping, Assessment/Iteration, Progress Planning, Coordination with Developers, Tracking Goals and Integration, Analysis etc.

User Interface Design is a process of visually directing the user through a product’s interface through interactive elements and across all sizes/platforms. Enhancing the Look & Feel as well as its Responsiveness & Interactivity can be the main role of an UI designer. The various activities to be carried out by a UX designer would be - Customer Analysis, Design planning, Branding and Graphic development, UI Prototyping, Interactivity and animation, Adaptation to all device screen size, Coordination with developers etc.

You will learn current best practices and conventions in UI and UX, and apply them to create effective, compelling and navigation-friendly based experiences for website users on computers and mobiles.

Course Highlights


  • Job-oriented, industry centric curriculum.
  • Hands-on practical training.
  • Certified faculty.
  • Exposure to industry interaction and workshops.
  • Placement assistance.
  • Access to 'Onlinevarsity', our exclusive e-learning platform.
  • Access to 'Creosouls', a platform to showcase your portfolio.
  • Instant student 'loan facility' and 'EMI' available.

What You'll Learn


  • UX Design Overview
  • Basics of Usability
  • UX Design Process and Workflow
  • UX Research Phase
  • Validation & Implementation Phase
  • Elements of UI Design
  • Pillars of UI Design
  • Dashboards & Data Visualisation
  • Usability & Testing for UI Design
  • Wireframing & Prototype for UI Design



  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe XD
  • Figma
  • Balsamiq


UI UX Design Course in Bangalore

    • Goals, Behaviours & Context
    • Montal Models
    • Organizing Information
    • Visualising the Interface
    • Deciding what Information you need?
    • Interviews & Observation
    • Online Surveys & Analytics
    • Introduction to User Experience
    • Research
    • Competitor Analysis
    • Design Strategy
    • Sketching, Wireframe & Prototype
    • Testing
    • Introduction to User Interface Design
    • Visual Design
    • Design Tools
    • Design Language
    • Visual Design Output & Documentation
    • Mockups

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Yes, we do provide paid intership, but only to those students, who have shows their prowess during the training program itself through their projects and portfolio. Conditions apply.

  • In a word, no. UX design is far more concerned with understanding the user journey, providing strategic insight and actionable improvements. While coding isn't a required skill to have, its certainly worth knowing at least the basics. You may be in charge of a design document in the future, and you will have to give the developers your detailed information on what you would like them to build. It also helps to know how much is too much: if you see your design may be consuming a lot of resources, be it the developer's time or the time it takes to load the page, you can see where you should ease back.

  • A resounding yes! Being a UX designer is about a willingness to learn, putting in the hard work, and understanding people. A diverse background and range of different experiences can only ever be a good thing.

  • For a lot of reasons like In-house production studio facility, paid internship, State-of-the-art infrastructure, Expert trainers, Excellent placement record etc. Kindly visit our institute once to know why we call ourselves the best.

  • In one word, 'NO'. Genuine institutes will not give placement assurance, only assistance. We shall offer excellent training, conduct personality Development classes & then arrange a lot of interviews with good companies. Its the students responsibility to perform well & secure the job.

  • We have a tie-up with few design studios, which outsource their works to us sometimes. We let our outstanding students to work on a small module of those projects under the guidance of our production team, although we cannot give assurances about live projects to all students. But we usually create some good projects by ourselves & offer them to our animation students to work on.

  • A career in user experience design is essentially a career in technology. It's a good start if you're interested in working in tech, for tech companies and building digital products on the web.

    Secondly, UX beginners should know that user experience is an interdisciplinary field spanning a variety of skillsets. Some UX professionals may be more concerned with developing and coding user interfaces, whereas other professionals want to focus on user research. To pursue a career in UX is to pursue a career that's ambiguous, ever-changing, and exciting.