UX stands for User Experience Design and UI stands for User Interface Design. UX Design is responsible for making the product easy and fun to use. UI Design is responsible to make the product look good and interactive. Both UI and UX Design are equally important to create a meaningful and easy-to-use product.
As a UX UI designer you don’t need to code. If you have coding background already it might help you a bit in terms of working with developers and getting things done faster, but that is something which you can learn on the job as well. You don’t need to learn coding to be a designer.
Sure, as UX design is a combination of design, technology & business so it covers all three domains (Arts, Science & Commerce) so it will definitely help you to secure a good career ahead. Most people who join the course are from Zero design background.
The reason for going with Designerrs is that you will get the privilege to study from Industry experts who are graduates from IIT & NID and have a work experience of 5 to 8 years into the industry, currently working in companies like Samsung, Dell, IBM, etc. We are a design-oriented organization since our founders are also alumni from IIT & NID. Our curriculum is from scratch, made as per the industry standard, and is updated regularly. We have a strong community of 1500+ UX Designers worldwide where you will be added so that you can create good links, get updated with the latest trends & technologies in the UX industry & also get Jobs & internship offers easily.
There is no basic qualification required for the course. But for placements, you should be 12th pass or must have a relevant graduate degree. For folks who are still doing their graduation, they can easily get freelance and internships.