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Taught by experienced industry professionals, learn UX and UI Design working on real client projects while building a real world portfolio.

Our design programs will prepare you for an exciting career as a User Interface (UI) or User Experience (UX) Designer. Take a human-centric approach in designing delightful and beautiful experiences that meet business goals while balancing seamless interactivity and navigation for apps, websites and more. You will learn the software used in industry today, and practice Design Thinking methodologies to address and solve problems.

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Program Details

What is UX, and why is it important?

UX is all about design thinking, which has never been more relevant, and is becoming a new gold standard for companies to adopt as a part of their core practices. There is also an enormous growth in demand for User Experience and User Interface Designers with over 150,000 jobs available with a projected 15% growth by 2020.

Novice UX and UI Designers want to be focusing on technical skills like rapid prototyping, testing, wireframing, visual communication and presentation skills, as well as soft skills like communication, collaboration, empathy and humility. We’ve seen first hand that technical skills are what get our graduates to an interview, but it’s their soft skills that gets them the job.

$58,674

Average UX Designer Salary in Canada

Payscale Human Capital Salary Survey Report

7.1%

of Canada's GDP comes from the Tech Industry

2017 Salary Guide, Radstad Technologies

When I started the UX Professional Program I appreciated that it wasn’t all lecture-style teaching, and involved a lot of interactive learning. Also, the projects were with real businesses.

McKenzie Eggers, UX Designer at Amazon

Learning Environment

Agency Model Education

At RED, we have designed our learning environments around a real-world “agency model”. That means our students learn in a comfortable, relaxed and professional setting, to closely emulate the environment in which you will be working once you graduate.

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UI & Communication Design Student Spotlight: Janis, Jenifer, And Bo

Get to know more about our UI & Communication Design students: Janis, Jenifer, and Bo. We’re nearing the end of the program and final projects are coming to a close. Janis, Jennifer and Bo share their experiences leading up to this last sprint to the finish line.

Where our grads work

Career Support

One of our commitments is to help you find employment. We are dedicated to ensuring that as a RED graduate, you’ll move into a role where you can utilize your new skillset and make an impact.

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