Frequently Asked Questions & Answers
This section covers most of the general questions about our courses, course topics, teaching methods, career opportunities, and enrollment process.
UX, UI and Human-centered Design
User Experience Design or UX Design is the process of designing a product, service, process, or system in a way so that it creates a positive perception of the users’ minds. The purpose of UX Design is to create data-driven solutions to problems of the community.
User Experience Design is a multidisciplinary specialization where knowledge of social science, technology, and humanities come to work. A UX Designer needs the skill of Human-centered design, User Interface Design, communication strategy, research and analysis, prototype development, and testing. User Experience designers need to have analytical skills to solve problems of the people in the society. A UX designer has to spend a considerable amount of time on data collection, analysis, and report writing; so, good writing skill is also important.
User Interface Design or UI Design is a process of planning and designing user interfaces of interactive products and services. User Interfaces let us communicate with technology with the help of hardware (devices) and software. The purpose of UI Design is to make interactive systems to be useful, usable, and aesthetically pleasing to its users.
There are two main components of User Interface – an interactive system, and a human who uses it. For designing interactive systems, you need to have a good understanding of technology. In order to make the system usable, a designer needs to know about user goals and behaviors. UI Designers know how computers work, and how we perceive it.
In order to present an aesthetic experience to its users, a UI designer must have knowledge of art, communication, technology (e.g how computers work, software development lifecycle) and psychology at the same time.
Human-centered Design, also known as User-centered Design is a method of creating solutions based on the users’ needs, emotions, environments, abilities, and obstacles. Human-centered design is done in a 4-step iterative process of planning, analysis, design, and testing. The data-driven design process is widely used by governments, technology companies, creative agencies, development organizations and NGO’s.
User research is a process of gaining an in-depth understanding of the behavior, need obstacles, environment, and motivation of the target people/audience/users. Interviews, group discussions, observations, and social experiments are good examples of user research.
Classes and Projects
We conduct our online live classes using video conferencing platforms, such as Zoom, Google Meet and Skype. You will receive the joining instruction in your email after you register for a course.
You will need a desktop computer or a laptop, an internet connection, a headset with a microphone and a webcam. For effective communication, face-to-face interaction between you, your teacher, and your classmates is important. Therefore, we encourage you to keep your webcam on during the class. If you don’t have a webcam, you can carry on your classes without it.
Yes, all of our courses come with real-world projects. In your course time, you will have the opportunity to put your learnings into practice in your projects.
Yes, our experienced mentors will assist you in planning your projects and will help with any topic that you may need clarifications.
It depends on your course. Beginner level courses have multiple short assignments. Generally, you will want to solve complex problems in your Intermediate and advanced level courses. These projects tend to be longer than the prior ones.
Yes, we provide a certificate of completion to all of our students who have successfully completed their projects. We will also include your short profile on the alumni section of our website. View the alumni section.
In order to protect the privacy of the students, and our intellectual property rights, any kind of recording or screen capture is prohibited in the class. Your teacher will provide you with the necessary notes and course materials as required. You can also communicate with your teacher after class via email, messengers, phone calls for any course-related help.
Career and Employment
There are many career possibilities for you after completing your course. Have a look at the “Career Options” section on the course’s page on our website.
Yes. Students are offered Internship opportunities at Userhub based on their performance during the course.
Enrollment and Fees
Yes, we offer installment plans for students who need it. Contact us to learn more about our installment policies
Browse the course detail pages of our website, and request information for the your desired course. You can use the “Live Chat” feature to connect directly with one of our Career Advisors, call us on 01677-353-993, or use Facebook Messenger to connect with us. We will guide you through the admission process.