Interface Design

This self-paced course follows a comprehensive series of exercises that exposes designers to a wide variety of methods used in Interface Design. This curriculum is a continuation of Intro to Product Design and User Experience Design.

Why UI

Research should drive innovation, but execution will ultimately determine whether you gain or lose users along the way.


Modern tools can elevate ideas to greatness, but simple tools are still the fastest way to liberate concepts from the mind.

Visual Basics

Both simple and complex designs are driven by the mastery of basic organization fundamentals.


Excellent design is minimally intrusive. Few better examples of this principle exist than the unseen grid.

Type 101

Before attempting to unlock the power of type in a project, start by understanding how the characters function.

Type 201

Great typefaces add clarity to information, but all typefaces have value if you know when and where to use them.

Information Design

Greater information transparency should always be the goal anytime we embark on designing content that will be used by others.

Color for Accessibility

Designing with color requires a desire to see the world through challenged eyes.

Color at Work

Design successfully leverages color when color has a purpose.

Form Design

We all participate daily in the greatest collection of data the world has ever known — and it all started with the simple form.


The possible ways to respond to your users are nearly endless, but when and how you respond will directly shape a user’s experience with your product or service.

Designing Components

Sophisticated modern design sprouts from a bed of the simplest, smallest parts

Existing Components

Creating solutions with existing parts reflects reality for most design professionals.