UZT Funding

Web Design UX/UI (unemployed) (223002606)

Web design (UX / UI) is a prerequisite for page life. It is the presentation of information in a visual way in order to achieve the best user experience and to maximize its convenience and benefits. The web designer must ensure not only an attractive image of the website, informativeness, but also convenience – to combine the provided information, images and navigation: in other words, feel the user needs. Eye-pleasing and user-friendly website web design is definitely part of a successful image.

  • 1360€
    Average salary of a UX / UI designer in Lithuania
  • 83%
    UX / UI designers in Lithuania are satisfied with their job
  • 95%
    Students successfully complete a UX / UI course

Employment opportunities


2 months
  • 1 Topics
  • 2 Topics
  • 3 Topics
  • 4 Topics

User Interface Design (UI)

Overview of Types of Websites: Analysis, Differences, Key Tasks, and Components.

Review and analysis of the most commonly used elements, UX challenges, and solutions. Modal windows, buttons, sliders, pagination, form elements, notifications, progress indicators, slideshows, sidebars, tables, cards, promotional cards, newsletter registration forms, media, etc.

Theory of adaptive design for smaller screens: how content layout changes, what are the UX challenges and solutions. Preference for smart phone screen sizes.

Theory and practice of creating animation prototypes. Timing, easing, acceleration, pauses, sequencing. Learning to work with animation software.

Graphic Design

Further exploration of artistic techniques, their impact on user emotions, and possibilities for their application: composition, contrast and nuance, rhythm, direction, texture and tactile quality, color, perspective, grid, spatiality, negative space, statics and dynamics, symmetry and asymmetry. Composition centers and axes (“golden ratio,” rule of thirds, and others).

Analysis of design styles, the interface and purposeful use of website themes and created emotions. From minimalism to realism.

Overview and creation of illustration, collage, and icon styles. Special effects. Composition, color scheme, and technical requirements. Use of animation. Creating icon libraries, maintaining scale using grids, advantages and disadvantages of converting to icon fonts.

Photo retouching, editing colors and contrast, adding and removing elements from a photo, portrait retouching.


User Experience (UX) of Websites

Key aspects of user research, possible questions, and insights. Overview of success stories from other websites. Pre-project research and user research for an existing project to improve it. A/B testing. Live user interviews. Website visitor behavior tracking tools, heatmaps.

Creation of a preliminary interactive prototype, testing with real users, collecting feedback, iteration, and finalizing a high-fidelity prototype.

Website development technologies

Overview of HTML, CSS, and other languages, their purpose, and syntax. Usage of Developer Tools for analyzing websites.

Design Business Management

Creation of each student’s portfolio, exploration of expressing personal qualities through graphic means, presentation of completed works.

Theory, practice, and psychology of preparing commercial proposals. Sample contracts. Copyright agreements and intellectual property rights. Work acceptance-delivery report and other legal knowledge.

Standard project development process, time planning, teamwork, and communication with clients. LEAN, AGILE, SCRUM, and other project management methods.

Methods for finding new clients, sources, and personal marketing.

Course calendar


11 December - 7 February


8 per day


320 hours


3200€. UZT financed.


Payment options

We offer so many different payout options and benefits that we have created a fee calculator for you to calculate your abilities yourself - just like in a bank. 💸

CodeAcademy Financing

  • Pay by installments – 50 €/month

100% UZT funding

  • Funding from the Employment Service allows retraining for those working and acquiring new competencies for those not working! 🚀
  • Extracurricular scholarships can be awarded to studying students.

Pay when you get employed!

  • Monthly fee – 10% of Net income, with the possibility of a payment holiday of up to 5 months.

Frequently asked questions

We recommend using your personal computer, as some tasks have to be done at home and it is easier to work with equipment you are already used to. For those who do not have this opportunity, CodeAcademy provides a desktop computer for the training period. The most common practice is that students use their personal computers in lectures and additionally connect a monitor in the classroom.  

All software and licenses required for training are provided to the students of the Academy FREE OF CHARGE. 

Contact us!

    Download programme