Study options

All our courses offer:

  • bitesize modules, with clear explanations and examples
  • flexibility to set your own pace, saving your progress as you go
  • comprehension tests and completion certificate
  • brilliant value for money, with automatic access to updates

Study the content design pathway

Learn online with our affordable content design pathway course for £55.

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Try the introduction to content accessibility module for free.

The modular pathway also covers:

  • user needs
  • clear language
  • writing for web
  • content ‘findability’ and SEO
  • inclusivity through content
  • usability through content
  • readability
  • task-based content
  • pair-writing

Study the user-centred design pathway

Take our affordable online user-centred design pathway course for £40.

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The modular pathway covers:

  • digital transformation
  • multi-disciplinary teams
  • shared project vocabulary
  • UCD and UX glossary
  • user needs
  • iterative design
  • designing out bias
  • 20+ user research methods

Bulk buy at a discount

You can buy our pathway courses in bulk for team training at a reduced rate.

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The content design course is £400 for up to 10 learners. Our user-centred design course is £300 for up to 10 learners.

We’re also happy to discuss a licensing agreement. Read feedback for the courses.

Background to our affordable e-learning

The modular courses are for beginners and upwards: to learn, refresh knowledge or fill gaps. They’re all created by our lead consultant Lizzie Bruce, who has 20 years of digital content experience. All our options are purposefully low cost. This is to help make the digital design sector more equitable and inclusive. Read about our low cost e-learning.

Any other topics?

Is anything missing for you? Let us know any more user-centred design topics you’d like to learn about.