UI/UX Design

Training Days
  • Tuesday
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  • Thursday
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  • Saturday
Training Duration
30 lessons x 2 hours
Training Hours
17:30 - 19:30
Starting Date
Thursday, January 16
Training Cost
109,000 AMD
Information Session
Tuesday, January 14, 17:30
Recommended Background
Some knowledge of Photoshop

Why to learn UI/UX design? 

Designers are not born, they are learned. Stop worry about not being artistic enough, but enjoy the process of creating. Design is all about solving problems. It’s a process of constantly finding problems and creating solutions for them. There are many areas of design. The course will cover the most common type: a mix of interface and experience: UI/UX design.

The UI/UX design includes the following features:

1․ Logic and structure – It solves the problem of user-friendliness

2․ Appearance – it increases the visual attractiveness of the product.

Every company wants to have UI/UX designer to ensure the success of the product. 


About the course 

The course teaches you everything you need to know to start career in the field of UI/UX design, starting from discovering UI/UX designer’s role and responsibilities to building a portfolio, from wireframing to creating and prototyping your own project. 

The program of the course is presented here.


What will I be able to do after the course?

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Design web projects and understand user needs, behavior and psychology;
  • Think like a UX architect and manage complex data;
  • Understand UI design principles and techniques;
  • Craft cozy and stylish interface with a trendy and fresh color scheme;
  • Create a competitive portfolio and apply for UX/UI Designer’s position at IT companies.

After the course you can continue your learning route with the 'Advanced UI/UX Design' course.


About the trainer

Tigran Sargsyan has over 5 years of experience in design. He has been teaching at MIC for 3 years. Currently he is the UX Lead at BetConstruct.


How to apply?

Fill out the application form below by January 14 and you will get invited to the free information session. As the number of participants is limited, the selection will be made on the ‘first come – first served’ basis.

Registration Form