UZT Funding

WEB design (UX&UI) using Artificial Intelligence (AI) (223003064)

376 hours

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
  • 5 Topics
  • 6 Topics
  • 7 Topics

WEB design basics for beginners 80

  • Introduction to Web Design
  • Figma / Figma Plugins
  • Typography
  • Adaptability of colors and color schemes
  • Mood board
  • Layout / Grid
  • Principles of composition
  • The 4 pixel rule
  • Soft Grid vs. Hard Grid
  • Depth, shadow and photos
  • Auto-layout
  • Components and their variants
  • Properties of components
  • Icons
  • Dark / Light mode UI
  • Prototyping
  • Adapting the design to mobile screens
  • 1 level knowledge test

Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Web Design 40

  • E-shop UI development using AI tools
  • AI tools in Photoshop and Illustrator
  • Adobe Firefly (AI generated photos)
  • ChatGPT
  • Midjourney
  • Stable Diffusion (AI text-to-image model)
  • Wireframes with Balsamique and Uizard
  • SEO optimization with AI tools (Jasper, Clickup, MarketMuse)
  • Practice using AI tools via WIX or Zyro
  • Presentation of work

Design Sprint 20

  • Design Sprint Steps
  • Design Sprint – Map & Target
  • Design Sprint – Sketch & Decide
  • Design Sprint – Prototype
  • Design Sprint – Test
  • Presentation of teamwork

Phase I of the project UX Design (UX) 88

  • Introduction to UX
  • Discover phase – 01
  • Research methods
  • Competitor analysis
  • Heuristic assessment
  • Compilation of the questionnaire
  • Interviews and Usability Testing
  • Design KPI’s
  • Define phase – 02
  • Personas, Empathy and the User
  • Journey
  • IA (Information Architecture)
  • User flows
  • Ideation phase – 03
  • Sketch and crazy 8
  • Development phase – 04
  • Wireframes
  • Microcopies
  • Prototyping
  • Usability Test Wireframe prototype
  • UX part presentation

Phase II of the project. UI design 60

  • UI Forms
  • UI card components and dropdown menu features
  • Design system
  • Microinteractions
  • Parallax Scrolling effect
  • Mobile Design UX/UI
  • Mobile design patterns
  • Design accessibility for users
  • Tooltip UI
  • Breadcrumbs and accordions UI/UX
  • Prototyping
  • UI part prototype usability test
  • UI part presentation

Phase III of the project. Programming Basics 60

  • Introduction to HTML and CSS
  • Bootstrap library
  • Repeting and class assignments
  • Cropping the design of the selected theme
  • Knowledge test

Phase IV of the project. Final project presentation 12

  • UI part corrections after usability testing
  • Preparation of the presentation
  • Final project presentation

Soft skills 16

CV, LinkedIn, job interview workshops,
individual activities and fees, IT specialist

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Course calendar


18 March - 14 May


8 per day


376 hours


4240,36€. UZT financed.


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