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Build your UX Portfolio as you go with a real project – and feel good knowing you’re helping a not-for-profit organisation to improve the world through human centred design.

Surf Life Saving Foundation

Course intake: 3 September

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We have teamed up with Surf Life Saving Foundation to offer you real world experience during the 12 week program. They will be your client, and brief you with the project goals and give you feedback throughout.

By the end of the 12 week program you'll have an impressive project portfolio demonstrating end-to-end UX design capability and the process you went through.

UX portfolio artefacts you will produce

Complete the program with a unique portfolio demonstrating not only your artefacts but also demonstrating the process you went through including:

  • A high level current state evaluation of a site or system with suspected problems and hypothesis
  • A customer research plan, a persona & user stories
  • Paper prototype
  • Design and run a remote card sort activity in Optimal Workshop
  • A primary navigation menu (first level information architecture) for the project site
  • An expert review, and a redesigned sketch or wireframe of a form
  • An expert UX review of the site or app against usability heuristics and design guidelines
  • Usability testing, including a plan, key test findings and recommendations
  • Client presentation of findings

Are you ready?

Reserve your place and don't miss your chance to work with Surf Life Saving Foundation

  • Cost: $3,497 AUD (approx. $2,400 USD)
  • Delivery: Mixed mode learning, 12 weeks
  • Study load: 5-12 hours per week (flexible)
  • Limited spots: 20 max
  • Next intake: 3rd September 2019

Or register and apply for finance.

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Success Stories

See what our students say

"As someone new to the concepts I found the course right on target and very informative. The activities were well spaced, of appropriate length and meaningful."

Alison Namer

Department of Human Services

"The course was helpful in affirming some techniques I have heard of, but I feel better equipped to use them in the right way."

Kate Hogden

Australian Crime Commission

"This was fantastic and I think the principles of this course could be very valuable to many people in my organisation, even those not directly involved in digital projects."

Mindy Davies

QLD State Archives