Course Start Dates
|January 9, 2023||Part-Time||Online||Open|
|January 9, 2023||Full-Time||Online||Open|
|February 20, 2023||Part-Time||Online||Open|
|February 20, 2023||Full-Time||Online||Open|
|April 3, 2023||Full-Time||Online||Open|
|April 3, 2023||Part-Time||Online||Open|
|May 15, 2023||Full-Time||Online||Open|
|May 15, 2023||Part-Time||Online||Open|
|June 26, 2023||Full-Time||Online||Open|
|June 26, 2023||Part-Time||Online||Open|
Our curriculum is ahead of the curve and prepares students for a career in UX / UI or digital Product Design.
What is Product Design?
Average Salaries in 2022: $94,802 *
Product Designers are a jack of all trades with a deep understanding of UI, UX, as well as business goals and competition.
Average Salaries in 2022: $98,816 *
UX Designers focus on the total experience of a digital product. They leverage customer research to understand any roadblocks customers may experience.
Average Salaries in 2022: $87,780 *
UI Designers focus on the visual experience of a digital product. This may include fonts, colors, style guides, animations, and responsive design.
Average Salaries in 2022: $97,904 *
Website Designers typically focus on designing in a way that encourages specific actions or conversions.
Meet Our Curriculum Experts
Our curriculum was created by actual UX/UI Product Designers with hands-on real-world work experience.
Former Product Designer for Dell Labs. Has designed learning experiences for Meta and ELM Learning. Performs as a sensory artist and is a certified Rescue Diver.
15 years of experience in the arts, 3D design, animation, and UX / UI design. Former professor at Art Institute of Atlanta before taking over its media course in 2013.
20 years of experience as a designer, developer, educator, and curriculum writer. Anwar has taught a wide variety of courses in colleges and bootcamps.
You’ll learn on a fixed full-time schedule: roughly eight hours a day, Monday to Friday, for 15 weeks.
- 15 weeks long.
- Daily touchpoints with your cohort, group work with instructor help, paired with design sessions, lab time with instructional staff, and community support.
- Available in-person and online.
- Also known as our Live program.
You’ll learn on your own schedule. You will have access to study groups and one-on-one instructor sessions.
- Paced to complete at 40 weeks. Set your own hours.
- Mostly recorded lectures, with optional live weekly lectures and office hours, and chat with classmates and instructors via Slack.
- Available online only.
- Also known as our Flex program.
No matter what discipline or pacing option you choose, all of our programs are available at one price, with 3 ways you can pay.
- $99 deposit
We have 3 easy ways you can pay for tuition.
- Pay upfront
- Pay with a loan
- Pay in 12 monthly installments
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Corporate vs. Freelance vs. Start-Up Product Design Career Paths
Traditionally, when thinking of a Product Design career that spans decades, the “career ladder” comes to mind. This refers to picking an entry-level job at a company and staying there for the majority of your working years, with the goal of progressing into a high-ranking position. This rag-to-riches narrative however does not reflect the current market.
On-campus programs are held full-time and you are expected to be on campus for each day of class. The Flex and Live program uses the same curriculum, but gives you the added flexibility of studying from home.
Product Design is a holistic concept that has ownership over both UX (user experience) and UI (user interface) design. UX design focuses on the total user experience with a digital product. UI design focuses on the visual experience of a digital product, such as fonts, colors, and animations.
Yes! Product Design is a career with many opportunities and that is relatively future-proof given how many different disciplines it covers – research, analysis, design, experimentation, and more. Flatiron School’s Product Design course prepares students for a variety of career paths, including UX Designer, UX Researcher, UX Writer, Interaction Designer, UI Designer, UI Engineer, Visual Designer, Communication Designer, Information Architect, or Full Stack Designer, just to name a few.
Good UX / UI helps companies achieve their goals. It can help effectively communicate a company’s value, win customer confidence, or even close a sale.
No! While there is a decent amount of drawing involved in UX / UI Product Design, the purpose is to develop or communicate ideas. That can be done very simply – meaning, it doesn’t take a great deal of artistic talent. See this explained firsthand in a Sketching for Design instructional session.
Before beginning day one at Flatiron School, students will gain access to a pre-work curriculum that covers the course structure, an overview of design tools such as Figma, Invision, and Webflow, and the basics of UX and UI design.
Throughout the course, students will receive hands-on guidance from experienced instructors. We will teach ethical and inclusive design, HTML and CSS, and more. We often bring in guest speakers – past guests have included designers from Oracle, Finstra, and Dataquest (just to name a few). Students will have ample opportunity to participate within Flatiron School’s community events and meet people from other cohorts.
Upon graduation you’ll receive up to 180 days of one-on-one career coaching, dedicated to helping you find a job in the digital design industry. This includes resume reviews, job search advice and support from experienced coaches , and mock interviews.
Graduates receive up to 180 days of career services, which includes one-on-one career coaching sessions.
Our career services include resume reviews, job search advice and support from experienced coaches, and mock interviews to ensure that our students feel supported along the way.
On-campus programs are held full-time and you are expected to be on campus for each day of class. The online program uses the same curriculum, but gives you the added flexibility of studying from home.
No matter which program you sign up for, you can still visit campus to connect with fellow students and alumni, find quiet places to study and work, and attend networking and workshop events.
The first step is to fill out a written application. Once submitted, you should hear back from our Admissions team within 2 business days regarding the next step. If your application is chosen to move forward, you will be invited to schedule a video call with a member of the admissions team to better understand your learning needs, career goals, and whether the program is the right fit for you. After this point, students receive an admissions decision within a few business days. For some programs, students must complete a technical interview when applying.
The Flatiron School Career Services team exists to help get you hired. We do this in two ways:
- Empowering stand-out job-seekers to learn to be no-brainer hires → this is what your Career Coach does!
- Building a nationwide network of hiring partners → this is what the Employer Partnerships team does!
You will have an initial meeting with your career coach during the program to get acquainted with the process. Once you’ve graduated from the program you’ll work with your Career Coach on how to maximize your opportunities and efforts for landing a job. It is important to note that, like with our course, you must come prepared and committed. Your Coaches will help you to get organized and prepare you for interviews, but it is up to you to do the heavy lifting as well.
Feel free to schedule a chat with one of our admissions reps. They are here to answer your questions and help you decide the best next steps. Recent students have described their Admissions reps as “easy, supportive, friendly, transparent, and personal.”
You can view our latest job placement rates in our Jobs Report.
Our commitment to honesty and transparency is stronger than ever. That’s why we continue to release third-party examined Jobs Report each year.