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Free UX Design Bootcamp. The typical LinkedIn User Experience … – Medium

October 1, 2023

Emeziem Joyce Chioma.

The typical LinkedIn User Experience Designer salary is $140,463 per year. User Experience Designer salaries at LinkedIn can range from $120,000 — $151,494 per year. This estimate is based upon 43 LinkedIn User Experience Designer salary report(s) provided by employees or estimated based upon statistical methods. When factoring in bonuses and additional compensation, a User Experience Designer at LinkedIn can expect to make an average total pay of $143,333 per year.
it is no news that UX design field is a catch in tech world now, especially for the no code techies. below is an article that educates you on ways to get into this UX field; .
The goal is to become an amazing UX designer, and whether you get there through a BA, a Top Industry Design school, or YouTube, the important course is to know your work and perform it well.
If you’re on a self-taught path to become a UX designer, you’ll surely need this small collection of resources, because if you’ve done any research on bootcamps, you’ll know that the rates are always in the thousands of dollars.
(P.S. I’m not against Bootcamp; some are totally worth your money, while others aren’t, so do your homework before plunging in.)
Most of the time, they give scholarships, but the tuition is still in the hundreds of dollars. Now, for most people, money isn’t an issue, but if you’re just starting out and want to see whether your foot will stick, I’m sure you don’t want to spend thousands of dollars only to find out you’re not cut out for it, so here’s a solution for you.
This essay will resonate with newcomers and testers. I recommend the Google UXcoursera course, which is a 7-step course that is designed to run for 6–7 months but may be completed in a month or two depending on your thirst for knowledge/curiosity.
The training costs $39 and includes a certificate, which is pretty impressive, right? If you still don’t have enough money to spend, the Google course includes a financial aid option.
Send me an email at with the subject “Google UX Coursera” and I’ll send you a spreadsheet with information that will allow you acquire direct access to the scholarship.
The fact that you are allowed to audit the course even before they give the scholarship is frosting on the cake.
With all of this free knowledge at our disposal, all that remains is self-discipline and commitment. The hardest way to follow in studying UX, in my opinion, is the self-taught path, where you are the captain of your ship. This Google course is completely free, and if you are diligent enough in cooperation with other free online resources, you will become a fantastic UX designer with a well-built portfolio in months; however, if you want the certificate, you must pay.
Apply what you’ve learned and solicit feedback from Design peers and ADPList mentors.
Drop your thoughts in the comments area below and clap a million times; this will help with visibility so that this post can help others.
My next article will be on this Google course series, so if you start the course, make sure to follow me for further information.
Don’t forget to Google anything you need to know, peace.

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Emeziem Joyce Chioma.

Emeziem Joyce Chioma.

Emeziem Joyce Chioma.

Emeziem Joyce Chioma.

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