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Designing for Tech!


The Future Entrepreneur Challenge Program UX Design course is designed for middle and high school students to learn the UX design skills they will need for entrepreneurship. Throughout this course, students will learn and work through the entirety of the User-Centered Design process, which includes discovery, design and validation, and make presentation videos.


By the end of the course, students will have:

  • Learned UX theories, design tools, and skills
  • Learned video presentation techniques
  • Demonstrated the knowledge through a project
  • Received a UX design course certificate


 ModuleLearning outcomes
1UX design & presentation video fundamentals
  • Understand the importance of UX design
  • Brainstorm and identify needs
  • Learn how to do research
  • Know how to sketch a wireframe
  • Learn tools to record interviews
2Low-fidelity prototype & interview
  • Plan and prioritize product features and create a user flow
  • Use Balsamiq and Marvel to create a product mockup and low-fidelity prototype
  • Learn how to interview potential users and synthesize the information from interviews
3High-fidelity product prototype & user testing
  • Use Figma to create a high-fidelity product prototype
  • Learn how to use Figma Templates
  • Test the prototype
4Polished product prototype & final presentation video
  • Graphic Design Basics
  • Polish the prototype


 The 5th session will be the final presentation.


* Please note that the curriculum plan may be adjusted to match students’ needs and skills.


Instructor: Donji Yamada


  • Head of design at Metabob, the AI-powered visualization, and coding tool
  • Chief designer of Clyste, a community-owned and AI-driven social media
  • UX designer of Facebook projects
  • Product manager of Artisense 
  • Founder and product manager of Kromakicks. 
  • Co-founder of


If you have any questions about the programs, please don’t hesitate to email us at or give us a call at (650) 409-9999.

FEC UX Design Phase I

  • 9/15-10/13, Wednesday, 5-7pm

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