The Visual Design Process

This workshop will introduce you to one approach to visual design. Join UI designer Jen Hubbard as she walks you through the steps she takes in completing visual design projects here at Duke.

Jen Hubbard | UI Designer, Creative & User Experience, OIT
Jen currently works as a User Interface Designer here at Duke. She's worked in design for the past 10 years, starting out as a print designer. Jen is passionate about creating designs that are both usable and delightful.

This class will be hosted via Zoom. You will receive an email with the Zoom link a day before the class. Attendance will be taken and the session will be recorded

About Course


  • Team Collaboration
  • Visual Discovery
  • File Setup
  • Designing the UI
  • Presentation & Feedback


  • Understand the basics of visual design


Figma (Please create an account before the class)


Complete one of these Figma tutorials to learn the basics of the application:

This class is part of our UX/UI Design Track

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