With mobile device ownership surpassing 83% of people worldwide, designers can't ignore this massive market segment. Uxcel's newest course, Mobile Design, teaches UX designers to create mobile-friendly websites and apps.

Mobile devices aren't just smartphones and tablets. Mobile design principles also apply to things like wearables and even car interfaces. It's not as straightforward as it may seem. And when you add in things like accessibility concerns, designing for mobile requires a specialized skill set that every designer should at least familiarize themselves with.

Our team has spent the past couple of months creating a course that will teach you all the basics you need to know about mobile design, whether you're just trying to make more mobile-friendly websites or want to design your first native mobile app. You'll even learn what it takes to get your app into Apple's App Store or Google Play.

In this course you’ll learn:

  • The basics of mobile design, including the context of mobile usage and the differences between responsive, adaptive, and native mobile designs.
  • Mobile UI and UX principles, including navigation, informational components, selection controls, layout, and mobile-specific functions and interactions.
  • Mobile accessibility principles.
  • Patterns for common mobile features, including forms, onboarding, and notifications.
  • Common steps in the mobile design workflow, including wireframing, testing, and getting your app ready for the App Store or Google Play.

Roll up the sleeves and learn the ins and outs of designing for mobile!