Announcing UX Bootcamp: Prototyping in Code
The ability to prototype in code is becoming an increasingly valuable skill for UXers. Want to learn how?
Welcome to UX Bootcamp.
UX Bootcamp is an extremely hands on, intensive program designed to help you break the back of the learning curve so that you can apply your new skills immediately and have an ongoing program to improve ability even further – which is all the more fun once you’ve mastered the basics.
Develop the skills to start making the stuff you design.
The inaugural Prototyping in Code Bootcamp will be held in London, UK over two days on 22 & 23 July 2011 (that’s a Friday and a Saturday). The course will assume a basic knowledge of HTML and CSS.
For those who are starting from scratch there will also be an optional first day of ‘code fitness’ to get you up to speed for the bootcamp proper.
You should attend the introductory day if:
- You’re quite new or have never written HTML or CSS before
- You’ve got a bit of basic knowledge, but want some good grounding
- You want to find out a bit more about the new HTML5 elements
You shouldn’t need to attend if:
- You’ve already got a bit of a grounding in HTML and CSS, and it doesn’t put the fear in you.
- You know how to create a document with images, headings, links, and how to add basic styles them.
The program has been designed to ensure less yammering, more hammering – meaning that you learn by doing – actually coding real projects and working with mentors who are brilliant at the code stuff, excellent at teaching what they know and passionate about helping us make better prototypes to improve the user experience of the web and beyond.
Our goal for this bootcamp is let you stop using Visio & Omnigraffle for wireframes and to wireframe in code instead.
In order to retain a good trainer/trainee ratio places are VERY limited, so you’d better register your place now!
Read more about the Prototyping in Code UX Bootcamp or get in touch with questions, feedback or idea.