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Product Design Guru (PG UI/UX) with

Class starts January 22nd, 2024

Application Ends January 16th, 2024

Product Design Guru (PG UI/UX)

Level 1

6 Weeks

Level 2

6 Weeks

What you will be learning

You will be learning UI/UX design & its importance, Design process & principles, Wireframing and prototyping, Creating prototypes (pen and paper, design software), Interaction design, Designing interactive elements and user flows, Mobile design, Understanding mobile design principles and challenges, Designing for mobile devices, Web design, Case studies and projects, Group projects and presentations, Final thoughts and next steps, Resources for further learning and development

Class Schedule

Physical Class
Interaction with community and instructor
Physical Class
Interaction with community and instructor
Interaction with community and instructor
Weekends Online Session



Minimum 17”, 1920x1080 pixels (Full HD), high-intensity Intel Core i7 or Xeon, 16 GB RAM, Battery Life Of 12 Hours


Wireless Mouse

Hard Drive

500GB - 1TB Portable external HDD hard disk drive









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UI stands for user interface and UX stands for user experience.
UI design refers to the visual and interactive elements of a website or application, such as layout, color scheme, and buttons. It's all about how a product looks and how the user interacts with it.
On the other hand, UX design focuses on the overall feel of the product and how easy it is for the user to accomplish their goals. It takes into account usability, accessibility, and the overall pleasure a user derives from using the product.
Together, UI and UX work to create a product that is both visually appealing and easy to use.

There is a wide range in how much product designers can earn. Factors that can influence a product designer's salary include their level of experience, the company they work for, the location of the company, the industry in which the company operates, and the designer's education and skills.
According to data from Glassdoor, the median salary for a product designer in the United States is $80,928 per year. However, this number can vary widely, with some product designers earning significantly more or less than the median.
For example, a product designer at a small startup or design agency may earn a lower salary than a product designer at a large tech company. Similarly, a product designer with a lot of experience and a strong portfolio may command a higher salary than a less experienced designer.
In general, product designers who have a bachelor's degree in a relevant field and a strong portfolio of work will have the best job prospects and earning potential. It's also a good idea to stay up-to-date on the latest design tools and trends, as this can make you more competitive in the job market.

It can be a rewarding and creative career. As a product designer, you will have the opportunity to create new products that solve problems and improve people's lives.
It is a field with strong job prospects. There is a growing demand for product designers in a variety of industries, including technology, healthcare, and consumer goods.
It is a versatile skill. Product design skills are applicable to a wide range of jobs, including industrial design, user experience design, and engineering.
It can be a lucrative career. Product designers often earn high salaries, especially those who work in senior roles or in high-demand industries. It allows you to make a positive impact. By designing products that are sustainable, user-friendly, and meet the needs of diverse user groups, you can help create a better world.

Product Design Guru (PDG) Level 1 Course is the introduction stage for beginners which consists of the fundamentals and basics of Product Design.
Product Design Guru (PDG) Level 2 Course is the progressive phase of Product Design Guru Course after the Introduction part has been successfully taken. This is the phase where you master the skill with more practicals.

Yes, Certificates will be issued after successful completion of Level 1 & 2 of this course

Our courses fees are quitely friendly and flexible. Find course fees and payment plan here{tuition_page}

Yes, we currently have a partnership with Sterling Bank to help you fund your fee while you pay back in bits monthly during and after learning for a duration of 12 months.

First stage of the course which is Level 1 is for 6 weeks, while Level 2 is also 6 weeks, totaling 12 weeks + a free mentorship period of 3-6 months.

We’ve created a platform called “Budding Gurus Expo Day” for students to showcase personal class and project to highly experienced industry experts during the event as a means for students to connect, network, pitch their ideas, get professional advises, possible Internship and Job opportunities.
We create avenue for possible internship with our company and partners for exceptional students after successful completion of the course.

Yes, most of our classes are 2-3 times in a week as you don’t have to come to class everyday of the week. We also operate on hybrid learning system for your convenience and to fix in your schedule, this means that you join class Physically & Online, or stick to Online ( Live classes, full instructor and learning team support)