Here are frequently asked questions from those who are purchasing Learn UI Design through their employers.
My name is Erik Kennedy, and I teach Learn UI Design. Here's a bit on my background:
Erik D. Kennedy is an independent UX/UI designer. His past clients include Amazon, Soylent, Pro.com, and others in social media, education, finance, marketing, healthcare, entertainment, and more. He's spoken in the US and abroad at conferences, businesses, and universities, and his design writing online has been read by over a million people.
Most typically, folks in other fields of tech – developers, UX designers, founders/entrepreneurs. Here's a breakdown of what people typically get out of the course:
The course is a video course. All lessons are pre-recorded and can be viewed at any time. All students have lifetime access, and will be able to use the course as a reference for years to come.
Occasionally, I hold webinars with students. These are non-essential to course completion, and typically take place in the early afternoon, Pacific time.
There are 20+ hours of video spread over 41 lessons. Most lessons also have homework assignments. In workload, this course is roughly comparable to a university-level class. Assume it will take 2-6 months to complete the course, depending on rate of work.
Yes, there's a 20% discount for groups of 5 or more from the same organization. This discount can also be applied retroactively – that is, even if the enrollment of 5+ students occurs over different enrollment periods, upon enrollment of the fifth student, a coupon will be applied discounting 20% from past purchases as well.
Unfortunately, there are no other discounts at this time.
Yes. I will send a completion certificate upon completion of all lessons.
Yes. A receipt is sent by email upon enrollment. If you need a separate invoice, please email me after enrolling, and I will generate one.
Enrollment is open for 14 days. If your expense approval process takes longer than that, I am able to make an exception. Please email me at the start of the process.