Course Structure

User eXperience (UX) is the art of making complex products easy and fun to use. UX drives almost all the products that you use from aeroplanes to mobile apps. Companies such as Apple, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, eBay, Audi, and LinkedIn attract and engage billions of customers because they invest in user experience. More simply put, a UX professional is like the architect that designs houses, where as a software engineer is like the civil engineer who uses the designs to construct the house.

Program Logistics

Program Information

Design Thinking
Visual Thinking
User Research
Interaction Design
Visual Design
Information Architecture
Design Commuinication and Documentation
Design process and Software Lifecycles
Working with Remote Teams and Communication Skills

Program Logistics

Full Time , 6 months.
On any average day, students will have two sessions (Morning and Afternoon). Each session will consist of 1 hour of theory, and 3 hours of practical work. During the course , students will be expected to complete 10+ projects — including 1 live project

Exam Information

Syllabus

Question Types: Objective type, short answer type, problem solving type and design based questions.

Test Procedure

Students will be admitted on the basis of their overall performance in the following:VEDA Entrance Test ( Morning session-1 hour, Afternoon session – 2 hours),
VEDA Interview
NRI candidates would be admitted into the program based on their scores in the qualifying degrees.

Key Concepts

The written exam will typically consist of two parts:
Part A: Verbal skills, Logical skills, visual skills, and basic mathematical and statistical skills.
Time: 1 hour.
Marks: 50 marks.
Calculator’s not allowed.
Part B: Visualization aptitude, Analytical skills, and visual communication skills.
Time: 2 hours.
Marks: 150 Marks.
Calculators Allowed for Part B