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Google UX Design Professional Certificate

This is your path to a career in UX design. In this program, you’ll learn in-demand skills that will have you job-ready in less than 6 months. No degree or experience required.

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6 Months

Under 10 hours of study a week

English

Beginner Level

No prior experience required.

100% Self-Paced

Learn on your own time

Build job-ready skills by learning from the best

Get started in the in-demand field of user experience (UX) design with a Professional Certificate from Google. Learn UX foundations and gain experience with the design process, including how to build wireframes and prototypes and conduct user research to test your designs.

Common job titles: User Experience (UX) designer, UI Designer, Interaction Designer, Visual Designer, Product Designer

¹Burning Glass Labor Insight Report data (median with 0-5 years experience), United States, 4/1/21-3/31/22.
²Career improvement (e.g. new job/career, promotion, raise) within 6 mos. of completion based on cert. grad survey responses, U.S. 2021.

$92,000
median entry-level salary¹

75%
of Google certificate grads report career improvement²

99,000
in-demand job openings in UX design¹

150+
Connect with over 150 U.S. employers post-completion

¹Burning Glass Labor Insight Report data (median with 0-5 years experience), United States, 4/1/21-3/31/22.
²Career improvement (e.g. new job/career, promotion, raise) within 6 mos. of completion based on cert. grad survey responses, U.S. 2021.

Skills you will gain

  • User Experience (UX)

  • UX Research

  • Wireframe

  • Prototype

  • User Experience Design (UXD)

  • Usability Testing

  • mockup

  • Figma

  • Adobe XD

  • UX design jobs

About this Professional Certificate

What you will learn

  • Follow the design process: empathize with users, define pain points, ideate solutions, create wireframes and prototypes, test and iterate on designs

  • Understand the basics of UX research, like planning research studies, conducting interviews and usability studies, and synthesizing research results

  • Apply foundational UX concepts, like user-centered design, accessibility, and equity-focused design

  • Create a professional UX portfolio that includes 3 end-to-end projects: a mobile app, a responsive website, and a cross-platform experience

What is a Professional Certificate?

Build the Skills to Get Job Ready

Whether you’re looking to start a new career, or change your current one, Professional Certificates on Coursera help you become job ready. Learn at your own pace, whenever and wherever it’s most convenient for you. Enroll today and explore a new career path with a 7 day free trial. You can pause your learning or end your subscription at any time.

Hands-On Projects

Apply your skills with hands-on projects and build a portfolio that showcases your job readiness to potential employers. You'll need to successfully finish the project(s) to earn your Certificate.

Earn a Career Credential

When you complete all of the courses in the program, you'll earn a Certificate to share with your professional network as well as unlock access to career support resources to help you kickstart your new career. Many Professional Certificates have hiring partners that recognize the Professional Certificate credential and others can help prepare you for a certification exam. You can find more information on individual Professional Certificate pages where it applies.

There are 7 Courses in this Professional Certificate

Course1

Course 1

Foundations of User Experience (UX) Design

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Course2

Course 2

Start the UX Design Process: Empathize, Define, and Ideate

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9,674 ratings
Course3

Course 3

Build Wireframes and Low-Fidelity Prototypes

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5,300 ratings
Course4

Course 4

Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts

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