Product Design is focused on the development and ongoing maintenance of products to be sold to customers. The program at Flatiron School is focused on digital product design which takes the product design discipline and applies it to the creation of products that exist in digital spaces, such as websites, mobile applications, and computer programs.
If you’re interested in this exciting and creative career field of product design, try one of our free lessons.
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Our free lessons are an efficient way to learn about this creative and rewarding field of product design. Try a free lesson to see if you want to apply to our product design bootcamp.
Think like a designer
Learn about the fundamentals of design thinking by exploring real-world scenarios and a common product design process used by UX/UI designers.
Perfect for: Beginners with no tech experience
Topics covered: Fundamentals of product design, product design research, empathy for user experience, how to create solutions that solve for user needs, purpose of prototyping, how to find and test user feedback
Learn HTML & CSS for free.
Product Designers aren’t required to know how to code. But learning HTML & CSS can help you better communicate with developers. It may even streamline your workflow process if you can markup your own revision requests.
Perfect for: Beginners with little tech experience
Topics covered: HTML Syntax, Boilerplate HTML, Common HTML Elements, Styling HTML Using CSS Selectors, Creating and Linking Stylesheets, Styling Text with CSS, CSS Box Models, Block, Inline, and Inline-Block Elements
Career Prep Lite
Thinking about a career in tech, but not sure how to get there? No matter your background, Flatiron School career coaches can help craft your personal brand and get you interview ready.
This lesson is a sneak peak into the career coaching you could receive as a student at Flatiron School.
Is Product Design a Good Career?
A product designer’s role is to analyze product goals from the conceptual phase and translate them into a functional design that appeals to customers.
What Does A Product Designer Do?
A product designer is responsible for the design and development of a product. Learn more about this exciting line of work here.
Product Design is the process of integrating form, function and usability to digital products. From apps to websites and software programs, product designers combine user experience research with intuitive design fundamentals to create digital products that are easy and fun to use.
Product designers combined user experience research with intuitive design fundamentals to design digital products that are fun and easy to use. Product Designers will follow a design thinking process that includes user research, customer journeys, user flows, wireframing and prototyping, and testing to ensure a quality product. This free course will teach you UX/UI fundamentals, including how to think like a designer.
Flatiron School has a free intro to product design course that you can take in order to learn how to think like a designer. In this free course you will learn research and empathy, problem solving and ideation, prototyping, and testing.
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