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User Experience Design

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The online capstone certificate in User Experience Design from the University of Wisconsin–Madison provides you with UX training to improve interactions between users and information technologies in any industry sector.

Join a community of learners.

Both those new to the tech workforce and current computing professionals are encouraged to apply. Whether you’re seeking introductory skills or a deeper understanding of user experience design, you’ll benefit from joining a new network of like-minded learners and expert faculty.

Collaborate and work from home.

All graduate-level courses are online, allowing you to balance your education, work, and life while learning to work effectively as part of a virtual UX team. The program can be completed within one calendar year (fall, spring, and summer). Each course is designed to build on one another, so you have plenty of opportunity to put what you’ve learned into practice.

Build skills in UX.

Our project-based approach helps you grow throughout the program. In addition to theory, you’ll learn to apply real-world techniques and tools that improve the usability, accessibility, and pleasure with which people interact with digital spaces. Upon completion, you will be skilled at service design, interaction design, user experience, information architecture, prototyping, interface design, and usability testing and evaluation.

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Ready to be part of the UX revolution?

The online graduate-level capstone certificate in User Experience Design at the University of Wisconsin-Madison can be completed part-time in just one year (fall, spring, and summer). Get elite preparation that’s high-tech but built on a strong sense of community.

Apply by August 15 for fall and complete entirely online in one calendar year.