Teachers, you’ve got a lot on your plate. Between marking homework, meeting standards and continuously developing a curriculum, you must keep students and yourself engaged.




Here at Digital Influx, we believe teaching UX can be of great help.

UX can make a difference

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UX can meet goals

On our courses, students design with the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in mind, helping you strive for a sustainable classroom:

UX For Kids

Health & Wellbeing
(Goal 3)

Green Energy
(Goal 13)

Animal Welfare
(Goal 15)

UX For Teens

Zero Hunger
(Goal 2)

Reduced Inequalities
(Goal 10)

Sustainable Communities
(Goal 11)

When students are curious, teaching and learning are never a chore

Winnie Gomez - Course Designer

In the US, students who learn SEL skills are twice as likely to graduate from high school, earn a degree and have a full time job by 25

Research also shows that students who are socially & emotionally competent have more friends, which means they’re more likely to enjoy school and do their best

79% of employers say SEL skills are the most important qualities for job success

FAQ

What is UX?

What is UX?

UX is short for “user experience” which is the experience a person has when using a product or service. UX designers are concerned with how a user feels when interacting with the digital (or sometimes physical) design, like an app or website. Their aim is always the same: to make the user’s experience better.

Why is UX important?

Why is UX important?

UX is behind every human interaction with a digital product. The industry is growing incredibly fast.

Are UI and UX the same thing? If not, what’s the difference?

Are UI and UX the same thing? If not, what’s the difference?

The two are related, like brother and sister. But they are definitely not twins. User experience (UX) is the experience a person has when using a product or service, while user interface (UI) is the specific product an individual interacts with. Take for example, online shopping. UX is about how you find the products, what makes you decide to buy, how easy it is to check out, the online shopping experience. Whereas the UI is the site you are on, the buttons you press, how they look, the aesthetic.

Will I receive online support?

Will I receive online support?

We provide remote support within 24 hours.

Do I need experience in tech or UX to teach the course?

Do I need experience in tech or UX to teach the course?

No, we provide you with all the lesson plans & teacher notes you need.

How does the homework and grading system work?

How does the homework and grading system work?

A ruberiks is provided.

Will the students learn how to code?

Will the students learn how to code?

No, our courses are focused on designing a product instead of fabricating the product.

Do I need to install software?

Do I need to install software?

No, no special software is needed. You just need a computer or laptop.

Do students get a certificate when they finish?

Do students get a certificate when they finish?

Yes, and their very own digital portfolio to share in our Global Design Community.

How much do the courses cost?

How much do the courses cost?

We offer tailored packages for every school and your student number. Please head to our pricing calculator to get a personalised quote.

As a team of parents and educators ourselves, Digital Influx’s top priority is your child’s or student’s welfare. Always. By working closely with schools and teachers we have been able to take preventive action to create a safe and secure E-learning platform to protect them from harm, and to empower parents to understand the process behind what we do.