Youth UI/UX Design
Summer Camp 2024
UI/UX is the face of all web and mobile applications, and includes graphic design, user design, user experience, and so much more. Our UI/UX Program allows students to use and develop their creativity and critical thinking abilities to design their own projects.
Age 7-17 | 5 Days | No Prerequs | Grade 1-12 | Class Size 15 | Student-Teacher Ratio 7:1
Boston University On Campus
What Is UI/UX Design?
User interface design (UI) is the design of user interfaces for various machines and software. UI design includes graphic design, user design, user experience research and so on. User experience design (UX) is the process of enhancing user satisfaction with a product by improving usability and accessibility.
Throughout this program, students will-
1. Experience design sprint
2. Learn design thinking
3. Learn how to use Sketch
4. Understand user experience thinking
5. Design a UI/UX project to solve a social issue
What UI/UX design can do is far than your imagination. From visual art to App design, people can find UI/UX design anywhere. More importantly, the ability to understand design thinking and user experience helps people get in all industries easier.
Aims to shape and improve the user experience through considering the effects of illustrations, photography, typography and so on. It is important in this digital era in which every company needs a visual designer to present their products.
UI/UX design or engineering is the design of user interfaces for machines and software, from web design, home applications to App design. The quality of UI/UX design directly affects people's opinion about the products.
User research focuses on understanding user behaviors, needs, and motivations through observation techniques and task analysis. It is an important ability to understand the market and customers.
Meet Our Instructors
Our team of instructors come from the top universities in the nation and are passionate about sharing their knowledge with the next generation. They are experienced in teaching children and bring their industry knowledge to bear.
“Ivy Seed was more than just a camp – it was the beginning of a student’s career.”
A Typical Day Includes
5 Hrs 15 Mins
Students will learn programming skills from instructors, and then be able to explore and practice these new tech skills on their own and in collaboration with their peers.
Activities & Socializing
Students will participate in indoor and outdoor STEM activities. These activities enable students to make new friends and experience campus life at top universities.
Each student will have time to focus on his/her personal projects and work one-on-one with the instructor to gain the most out of the program.
Doing STEM activities is a fun and interactive way for students to get to know their peers and instructors while also learning important computer science concepts. They will play games which are based on the ideas of binary numbers, computer logic, and image representation, just to name a few.