In-House Training

Advance your team's skills to the next level

What is In-House Training?

We provide in-house training to get your entire department on the same wavelength.

Get the necessary teaching needed to take your product or service to the next level. Contact us today to arrange a training workshop.

Benefits

  • Develop an understanding of the key UX design principles
  • Learn to communicate ideas and concepts across multiple departments more effectively
  • Gain a perspective on how your end users see your products and services
Nurture your User Experience Knowledge

Types of Training

User Experience (UX) Design

Offering training in User Experience we will give you an understanding of the principles and practical techniques and activities of User-Centred Design (UCD). You will gain an understanding of real user storytelling & visualisation. Learning to identify pain-points with the best practices for them.

User Interface (UI) Design

We offer training in User Interface Design that will provide you with the help to communicate ideas in a visual manner is an invaluable tool that can help solve everyday usability issues. Giving helpful resources throughout the training. No previous experience in sketching is required as we will provide you with the knowledge to create easily modifiable and digestible sketching techniques and guide you towards higher fidelity mockups.

Usability Testing

Training in Usability Testing will allow you to understand the common practice involved in a moderated usability testing project. There are practical exercises explored for outlining the goals, type and number of participants with documentation materials and the evaluation method involved. This practical workshop will go a long way in maintaining communications between all parties.

Service Design

We offer training in Service Design that will allow you to explore customer experiences and gain an understanding of real user storytelling & visualisation. You will learn how to identify pain-points with the best practices for them. We will show real world examples of good and bad scenarios through design.