In today’s world, learning a new skill has become more accessible than ever before. However, with so many resources available, it can be challenging to find the right guidance and support to help you succeed. As a UX/UI designer, staying up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices is crucial for creating innovative and user-friendly designs.

If you’re looking to start a new career in UI/UX design or elevate your design skills, you’re in the right place. In this article, I’ll share with you 11 platforms that offer a wide range of UI/UX design courses, tutorials, and videos to help you learn and grow.

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced designer, these resources can provide valuable insights and knowledge to help you succeed in your career.

I’ve also shared 20+ secrets that will make you a pro in the UX/UI design world, so make sure you checked them.

From foundational concepts to advanced techniques, there’s something for everyone on these platforms. So let’s dive in and explore these resources to help you become a better UI/UX designer.


These are the top 11 platforms you can learn from and elevate your design skills from home:

These are the top 11 platforms you can learn from and elevate your design skills

1. Youtube

I must mention Youtube because there are lots of useful courses, videos, and channels about UI/UX design. You can learn the basics and more advanced stuff, also design tools like Figma, Illustrator, Photoshop, etc.

Youtube is always great, even for getting inspiration by watching how other designers are doing their job. In another article, I will share some of the most popular and best channels to learn UI/UX design.

Additionally, it’s recommended to supplement YouTube tutorials with other resources, such as books, courses, or articles, to get a more well-rounded understanding of the field.

2. Skillshare

This is an online learning platform where people can learn various skills from several courses available on the website. A Skillshare membership will give you full access to over 20,000 classes in their Premium catalog and other features like offline viewing. Skillshare offers free sign-up and access on the web and mobile.

You can choose there from a multitude of UI/UX design lessons available for free on the platform. There are lots of courses for every tool like Figma, Adobe XD, Illustrator, Photoshop, and more.

3. Coursera

Coursera was founded in 2012 by two professors at Stanford and there are lots of great courses on Coursera made up of lecture videos, readings, and quizzes, the course covers all the essentials of UI and UX design (this is the difference between UI and UX). The courses are created by top instructors and cover various aspects of UI/UX design, from design thinking to user testing.

After finishing the course you have chosen and finishing all the quizzes, you will gain a certificate that you can share on Linkedin or any other platform as proof that you participate in that course and you finished. There are lots of free courses and much more on subscription.

4. Linkedin

Linkedin Learning is a site that offers over 15,000 video courses, so naturally, there are a lot of great courses for UI/UX design. You can find courses in more than seven languages and both for free and with a subscription.

These courses on Linkedin are perfect for anyone, from beginners to experts, and give you a chance to learn from industry experts. There are also lots of courses there with certificates available, so you can take your UI/UX design course and get a certificate search for a job directly on Linkedin with that.



5. Udemy

Udemy is another popular platform where you can find lots of different courses to learn UI/UX design. It is one of the top online learning platforms to learn almost all the possible skills in the field of design, development, photography, marketing, IT, and more.

You can choose the level while searching for the best course, price, features, topics, and more and choose the best one exactly as you need it.

There are people that have Youtube channels about design and they provide full courses for a great price on Udemy. This platform is trusted by some of the big brands like Mercedes-Benz, Adidas, Volkswagen, Pinterest, etc.

6. LearnUX

LearnUX has a large library that will teach you everything like the designing process, usability principles, creating portfolios, learning the most used software like Figma, Webflow, InVision Studio, applying for a job, and much more. Just visit the website, choose what you want to learn, and start watching the videos. It’s that easy and definitely worth it, especially for beginners.

7. BrainStation

BrainStation offers a range of courses and programs in UI/UX design. Their course offerings include both online and in-person options, as well as full-time and part-time programs. The company’s UI/UX design courses are designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to design effective and intuitive user experiences for websites, apps, and other digital products.

Course topics may include user research, prototyping, wireframing, user testing, and more. BrainStation’s UI/UX design courses are taught by industry experts and professionals, and students will have the opportunity to work on real-world projects as part of their coursework.

8. Pluralsight

This is another great platform to upskill yourself in the field of software and UI/UX design with the help of IT and design experts. Lots of people are using Pluralsight to upgrade their knowledge in the field they are working like programming, designing, etc. The courses here are very consistent and high quality with very good authors.

While watching the video courses, you can pause them and return to them later. The quality of the content is always well-organized and comprehensive enough to explore new technologies and libraries or to refresh one’s memory on seldom-used subjects.

9. Dribbble

Dribbble has its own certified 16-Week Product Design Course is an excellent choice for anyone looking to build a UI/UX design career. This is a very collaborative and career-focused course where students get matched with an expert design mentor who they’ll meet weekly alongside an intimate group of design students for support and feedback on course projects.

There are also other courses on the platform like a 4-week beginner-friendly design course, but to access any course you need to be signed in for the Dribbble Pro version.

10. Grow with Google

Well, Google courses are technically on the Coursera platform. But because they have a comprehensive course developed by Google to introduce beginners to everything UX, it’s worth mentioning on its own. After finishing the course you choose, you will gain a certificate which is always good to have.

11. Awwwards

Awwwards is a website that showcases the best web designs and offers resources for UI/UX designers. The website features a gallery of award-winning websites, which are chosen by a panel of judges based on criteria such as creativity, usability, and innovation.

The award-winning websites are grouped into categories such as Best Agency, Best E-commerce, and Best Portfolio. In addition to the gallery, Awwwards offers a range of resources for UI/UX designers.

The website features a blog that covers various design topics, from web design trends to user experience principles. The website also offers a range of free and paid courses and ebooks, which cover topics such as responsive design, user testing, and accessibility.



The interesting thing is that on these platforms you can find lots of other courses, not just UI/UX design. Feel free to share this stuff with your friends that are trying to learn a new skill like design, marketing, programming, and a lot more.

Stay tuned because next, I will share with you the best courses that I recommend to you getting to learn everything you need in the field of UI/UX design.

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