Next class starts 30 September, 2024

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UX/UI Design Bootcamp

Learn how to become a successful UX/UI Designer with our immersive, part-time bootcamp, curated and led by female experts. Be part of an all-women environment that prioritizes practical learning and personalized support for optimal results.

Next class starts 30 September, 2024


Learn how to design and craft user-centered products with our immersive, part-time 10-week bootcamp on User Experience Design. With a close-knit female community, get the support and training to become a UX/UI Designer.

Enrich your learning experience with our remote-learning environment, made up of live classes and sessions. Receive personalized support, development, and feedback from industry experts alongside a like-minded group of women. 

  • 100% remote live classes recorded for future viewing
  • Part-time learning over 10 weeks (100h total)
  • Group mentoring sessions
  • Hands-on learning through team projects
  • One end-to-end project for your portfolio
  • Professional development plan from industry experts

Receive the formal training and development of a UX/UI Designer, with a clear human-centered design mindset, and the skills to conceptualize, design, prototype, test and deliver creative digital products.

This bootcamp is a total game changer, designed for those looking to shift their career entirely or learn the new skills needed in the field of UX/UI Design. Our bootcamp students are usually:

  • Career shifters: If you’re hesitant about making a career change, this class is the perfect starting point for entering into the life of a professional UX/UI Designer.
  • Career boosters: Already established in your professional career? This class will help you acquire problem-solving tools from designers and apply them to your field.
  • Entrepreneurs: If you run your own venture or have an entrepreneurial mindset, you’ll learn how to understand your users’ necessities and minimize the risk of failure.
  • 100 hours of learning over 10 weeks
  • Live classes 3 times per week
  • 100% hands-on experience
  • Certification in 10 weeks

Course structure

The course starts with your first introduction to User Experience and the Design Thinking process. Learn what a Design Sprint is and the basics of Agile and Lean UX processes. Receive the first guidelines on your individual project.

During this module, you’ll further your understanding of Design Sprints through a project presentation, as well as on Agile and Lean UX. You will also participate in a brainstorming session for your individual project.

You’ll understand your users and market, and will learn hypothesis development, documentary research, and the different types of UX Research methods. You'll also get hands-on experience working on research, and developing project ideas.

Learn the difference between qualitative and quantitative research methods such as surveys and interviews. Through hands-on work, you will gain practical experience in conducting research to better understand your users and the market.

You’ll interpret data and analyze it through the use of an Affinity Diagram. You’ll also progress in the Research process by focusing on developing User Empathy Research, creating User Empathy Maps and User Journeys. You'll be able to craft a Problem Statement and develop User Stories.

We’ll explore the different Research Artifacts that will help you craft your digital products and explore the technique of heuristics to problem-solve efficiently. You’ll also begin the sketching process of your project and learn the basics of AI, Wireframes, and User Flows to help you in your next steps.

For this module, you’ll cover the different aspects of Visual Design, focusing on the composition and structure of your digital product. You’ll also begin prototyping your product inside Figma and learn the common User Testing process, A/B Testing, in preparation for the next week.

Master key Visual Design elements, including buttons, icons, and other styles inside Figma. You’ll continue working on your wireframes hands-on, perfecting Grid, Composition, and Prototyping in Figma.

In this module, you will learn about UI and Motion Design. You will work on the User Interface of your product, specifically focusing on color design and animation. You’ll begin to finalize your individual project, ready to present in the final week.

In the final module of the course, you’ll learn how you have to hand off UX/UI design projects to developers. You’ll have a final project presentation where you’ll showcase your skills, knowledge, and expertise acquired in UX/UI Design, and receive feedback and recognition from industry experts.
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The UX/UI Design bootcamp was the perfect choice; intense, engaging and all about learning by doing rather than focusing on theory.

Learning UX/UI design has given me a competitive advantage and a multi-skilled profile that companies appreciate. The online bootcamp gave us the chance to be even more collaborative, check on each other more often, and manage and prioritize our time.

The fact that the course was exclusive to women provided me with a welcoming and inclusive environment, which helped me feel more comfortable asking questions and interacting with other female students. The teachers were very helpful and always provided constructive feedback, which allowed me to constantly improve.

The bootcamp was an empowering and rewarding experience where I felt very inspired by both the instructors and my bootcamp mates. With personalized attention from instructors and mentors and a supportive community, I gained invaluable knowledge about the UX/UI process and design-thinking methods. Not only did it equip me for a career in this field, but it also provided me with a refreshed mindset to tackle any future challenge with confidence.

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Your path towards a rewarding career in tech

Our bootcamp curriculum is designed to provide a proactive, hands-on learning experience that reflects the end-to-end processes of a UX/UI Designer. You'll also work on a real-world project that you’ll present on a Demo Day to industry experts at the end of the bootcamp.

Our goal is to get you prepared and confident for your tech future. That’s why we offer opportunities like our 1:1 mentoring sessions with staff to set your expectations and give you LinkedIn tips, as well as a career development session during the course. You’ll also have the opportunity to participate in our Hiring Fair, where you can connect with international companies and explore related positions with them.

You’ll become a part of our 30k+ community of passionate women in tech, where you will have the opportunity to network, collaborate, and learn from each other for life! You’ll also be invited to join free masterclasses and events to gain more experience and strengthen new connections with peers.

Get a certificate to showcase your UX/UI Design skills!

Receive your official certification in our UX/UI Design program when you complete your learning and final project at the end of the 10 weeks! We’re a globally recognized tech academy, so you can add this certification to your resume and add your final project to your portfolio to wow your future employers.

A complete, custom learning experience

Our 10-week custom program balances intensive learning with professional development. We prioritize practical learning (70% of the experience) so you can showcase and put into practice your new skills, while receiving personalized support through frequent feedback and mentoring sessions to make the most of your time with us. 

Each week covers a different aspect of UX/UI Design, ending with a retrospective session to maximize your learning. Here’s an example of what a typical week looks like:

Mon & Wed from 6:30pm to 9:30pm

6:30pm - 6:45pm
Review previous class concepts

6:45pm - 7:45pm

7:45pm - 8pm

8pm - 9:30pm
Hands-on practice! Now, it’s your turn!​

Saturdays from 10am to 2pm

10am – 10:30am
Review previous class concepts

10:30am – 11am
Stand-up meeting

11am - 1.30pm
Project Work + Individual Mentoring

1.30pm - 2pm
Weekly Retrospective​

Build a portfolio-worthy project

The final project is your chance to showcase everything you’ve picked up in the UX/UI Design bootcamp by building your first real-world product case. At the end of the bootcamp, you’ll have an impressive end-to-end project to add to your portfolio as evidence that you can practically apply all the skills, techniques, and processes you’ve learned and refined over the last 10 weeks.

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Get to know your industry-leading instructors!

​​Learn from our female experts who have a proven track record of success in Product Management and are committed to empowering other women in the field.

Karina has 20+ years of experience helping clients innovate their businesses and transform their users’ experience. Her work spans continents and industries, from redefining mobility and transforming world-class experiences around the auto industry to designing the first on-demand insurance solution in Spain.

Diana is a Product Design Manager and allWomen Instructor with 10+ years of experience in UX and UI. She specializes in designing b2b products and has mentored students and career changers across various product design schools.

Visual, Product, and UX/UI Designer, Susana has over 15 years of experience in UX/UI Design. Working with small startups to huge teams, Susana does it all, imparting her wisdom through mentoring students across the globe. As your lead instructor for this course, you’ll meet Susana to talk about career insights in a live session.

Uliana Musikhina is a Senior Product Designer at Capdesk from Carta, an art director and a music lover. She works on user-centered concepts and has been designing excellent digital products in cross-functional teams since 2014.

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Financing options available - Pay in 4 installments!

Next class starts 30 September, 2024

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Questions we get asked a lot

The amount of study time needed outside of class depends on two factors. First, how much work you can complete during class hours (there is usually enough time to finish exercises or work on your individual project throughout the course). Second, the last few weeks of the bootcamp may require an additional 2-3 hours per week, as you’ll be finalizing your project. 

Since 99% of our students have full-time jobs, it’s important that the course does not become too taxing on your busy lives, so we always try to prioritize a flexible learning load.

Since we have students spread all over Europe, we aim to find remote companies for our Hiring Fairs. In this case, we can guarantee that network and career opportunities will be available for every graduate. As a student and, later on, alumna, you will also be part of our extensive international network of women working in tech, which will provide numerous opportunities for networking and collaboration within the community.

The UX/UI bootcamp offers 100 hours of remote, live classes, while the UX online course has 30 hours of learning through pre-recorded videos, lectures, exercises and podcasts. . The bootcamp comes with a Hiring Fair and multiple professional development sessions, which aren’t included in the online courses. In short, the bootcamp is great for women wanting to change careers or looking for a big deep dive, while not having any relevant previous experience. On the other hand, the online course is perfect for those looking to learn more or explore the field without necessarily making a career switch.

Knowledge of English is necessary, but full proficiency isn’t crucial – as long as you can understand and communicate with your peers and instructors, you’ll be fine! Regardless, our team are dedicated to offering you as much support as they can, and will give you additional help when needed.

We’d love to guarantee a job after the course, but it’s ultimately up to you to apply for various positions. We can help with application reviews and portfolio building, and we can provide ongoing support. We continuously post job offers in our community and on our Job Board, and the Hiring Fair connects you with companies seeking female tech talent. It’s crucial to keep adding projects to your portfolio after the bootcamp to be well-prepared for your job search.

We’ve considered this before, but unfortunately, it’s not feasible. Attending classes is crucial for community building and learning support. In the past, missing even a few sessions made it challenging for students when they needed help or had to work on final projects, as teacher assistants weren’t available outside class hours. We’re happy to accommodate missing 2-3 classes, but catching up on all of them isn’t possible.

Unfortunately, you’re not exempt from the VAT payment. VAT is a consumption tax applied to goods and services, and it’s an indirect tax collected by businesses on behalf of the government. Only certain individuals, like freelancers with a tax identification number, may be exempt.

We completely understand that finances can sometimes be an obstacle. We do offer the option to pay in monthly installments with allWomen, starting now or whenever you decide to begin, until the course ends in June or July, depending on the edition you choose.

The course is fully online and remote to accommodate students from all over Europe. However, if you’re in Barcelona, you’re welcome to drop by our campus in Poblenou to meet the allWomen team!

Absolutely! At allWomen, we offer a holistic approach to supporting our students in their job search. During the bootcamp, you will have access to 1:1 mentorship with Daniela, a colleague who will guide you through the process of perfecting your LinkedIn profile, resume, and more. Following the bootcamp, you will participate in two workshops focused on job strategy, featuring a data industry expert.

Additionally, we host a Hiring Fair, where we invite remote Spanish and international companies that are looking for female tech talent to meet our students. We share your portfolio and CV with these companies before the event, so you can make a strong first impression. This fair is a crucial opportunity to connect with potential employers and pave the way for future job opportunities.

To finance your studies with FUNDAE, you will need to inform us whether you will be applying through a company or individually. After you inform us, we will send you the necessary documents to submit to FUNDAE. Once you receive the contract and invoice from us, you can apply for financing through FUNDAE using the invoice and the other documents we provide, which include information about the course and teachers. We have helped other students with this process before, so we can assist you along the way.

While we don’t have direct support for the legal process of obtaining a student visa, we are more than happy to answer any questions you may have based on our previous experiences with students who have successfully obtained a student visa. So feel free to ask us anything!

It all depends on which area of tech you would like to go into! Like Data Analytics, the UX/UI bootcamp and Product Management bootcamp offer the same learning and development features, just focused on a different tech role. 

We recommend having a call with our admissions team to talk about your goals and the skills and knowledge you want to learn, and our team can help you decide which bootcamp is right for you. We have a thorough admissions process for all our bootcamp students precisely for this reason, and to ensure that you take the course which is the perfect fit for you.

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