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UI/UX Design Bootcamp

Become a UI/UX designer. Land a job or your money back.

  • 100% online, beginner-friendly, project-based curriculum

  • 1:1 mentorship + career coaching + four-week externship

  • Graduate in 9 months, part-time

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Reyna Martinez

UI/UX Design Graduate

From Student Advisor

To Associate UX Designer @ ServiceMax

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Get paid to follow your creative passion


Average starting UI designer salary

Glassdoor, LinkedIn, Indeed, Payscale, Salary.com, BuiltIn, Comparably (2022)

In this UI/UX bootcamp you will:

  • Conduct user research and identify design problems

  • Sketch solutions, wireframe, build high-fidelity mockups, and create prototypes

  • Use UI elements to create designs that delight users and increase usability

Plus, you’ll learn the tools designers use, like:

Learn how to build a better world for users, while building a better future for yourself in just 9 months.

Learn with a hands-on curriculum

Speak the language of design, build skills and test them with a curriculum designed by UI/UX experts.

Get an edge with human support

Work with a mentor, career coach, and more. They have your back and will hold you accountable.

Land a job or your money back

We back our program with a job guarantee. Get a job within 6 months of graduation or get a full refund. See terms.

What you'll learn in this UI/UX design bootcamp

In this UI/UX bootcamp, you'll adopt a design-thinking mindset and influence how users engage with a company and its products and services.

1: Introduction to UX and UI Design

2: Intro to Design Tools

3: Design Thinking

4: Intro to UX Research

5: Conducting Research

6: Synthesizing Your Research

7: Product Types: Typical Problems and Solutions

8: Design and Ideate

9: Information Architecture

10: UI, Interaction, and Mobile Design Principles

11: Sketching and Guerilla Usability Testing

12: Wireframing

13: Designing Systems and Brand Platforms

14: Building a Style Guide

15: High Fidelity Mockups

16: Prototyping and Animations

17: Testing

18: Collaborating with Developers

19: Presenting Your Work

20: Psychology Principles and Special Topics

21: The Business of UX

22: Collaboration and Professionalism

23: Projects

24: Career Support

Topic 1: Introduction to UX and UI Design

In this introductory unit, you’ll learn design fundamentals and gain a foundation for UI/UX best practices while exploring the various roles within the industry.

  • Learn the differences between UI and UX

  • Learn the skills needed to be successful as a UI/UX designer

  • Discover the range of UI/UX design roles and their responsibilities

Build a portfolio that proves your skills to hiring managers

The best way to learn UI and UX design is to get hands-on experience. Complete two capstone projects and a design sprint. Build an interview-ready portfolio you can show to future employers.

While working on projects, you will:

  • Identify a user problem to solve

  • Conduct competitive research

  • Sketch, design, and build a prototype

  • Perform usability testing and identify improvements

Past projects from Springboard students
Lynette May

Capstone project: An app that enhances the relationship between therapist and patient

Annie Nguyen

Capstone project: An efficient and engaging process to find furniture

Get real-world experience with an external client project

Complete a four-week remote externship with a startup. It’s an exclusive experience that will set you apart from others. During this Industry Design Project you’ll get:

  • Exposure to the industry by working with a company

  • An opportunity to dive deeper into an aspect of the UI/UX design process

  • Experience working in collaboration with design teams and directly with clients

  • Mastery from your mentor

    Build skills faster with an expert in your corner. Your mentor will keep you accountable and give you an insider's view.

  • Counsel from your career coach

    Get prepared for the job search. Your career coach will help you gain confidence and know-how to land the role.

  • Support from your student advisor

    Stay on track and achieve your goals. Your student advisor has your back and will keep you on track to graduation.

  • Collaboration from your community

    You’ve got a built-in community — students who, just like you, are betting big on themselves.

Mentor: Karen Ko

UX Designer

Mentor: Earl Friedberg

UX Manager

Mentor: Ali Rushdan Tariq

Principal and Associate Director

Learn why Sharon enrolled in Springboard while still in design school

Sharon Kim landed a prestigious scholarship to the Parsons School of Design in NYC. While completing the program, she found she lacked the opportunity to work on hands-on projects. Since enrolling in Springboard, Sharon has landed internships at Colgate-Palmolive and Amazon.

Springboard UI/UX design grads have achieved life-changing growth. You can too.


Average salary increase of UI/UX Design students who provided pre- and post-course salaries.

August 2021


Of job-qualified individuals who reported an offer, received it within 12 months of graduation.

August 2021


Enrolled students in the UI/UX Design Career Track since November 2019.

August 2021

Land a job or your money back

Invest in yourself with confidence with the Springboard Job Guarantee.

If you don’t land a job within six months of graduating, we’ll give you a full refund. Terms apply.


  • All backgrounds are welcome as long as you can demonstrate strong visual, creative, and communication skills

  • Pass an evaluation of baseline visual skills, analytical thinking and the ability to empathize with users

Apply to the next UI/UX design bootcamp

The UI/UX design bootcamp is a nine-month program. Most students devote 15-20 hours a week to complete the course.

4 ways to fund your future

Everyone should have the opportunity for growth. That’s why we offer a range of payment options..

What are UI designers earning?

Data as of November 2022; cross-referenced with Glassdoor, LinkedIn, Indeed, Payscale, Salary.com, BuiltIn, and Comparably.

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