Designing using linearlayout - results and summary
Designing using Relativelayout one
Designing using Relativelayout two
Designing using Relativelayout - results and summary
Relativelayout - QUIZ
Designing using Constraintlayout one
Designing using Constraintlayout two
Final project quiz
Quiz Solution one
Quiz Solution two
Quiz Solution three
Course Recap and review
Course Conclusion note
Know how to use computer
Have installed software before
A computer running Android studio and Java jdk or capable of running it when setup
Responsive Android UI design was designed to take you from a novice UI designer to an expert. The strategy used here is super amazing even a 10 year old can follow along and make something great out of it.
I’m going to reveal to you in a step-by-step approach the secrets of pro designers to bootstrap, design, and build fluid and responsive UI for Android applications
Basically, we’ll be focusing on using the handy key nuts and bolts and putting them in the right spots to create an appealing, responsive and user centric UI for Android.
It was carefully paced with some practical quizzes in between a detailed session to extract the knowledge gathered so far to solve the little but result oriented quizzes.
At the end of each section of the course, you’re provided with quizzes and solution to the quizzes to help you get a better understanding of the concept and have a great deal of practical knowledge of the section. This will also help you internalize the knowledge you’ve got so far. As they say, practice makes perfect.
So after taking this course, you will be able to create very appealing User interface from scratch using Linear-layouts, Relative-layout and most importantly Constraint-layout; You will be able to build UI that responds to all the screen sizes, from Android TV, tablet sand phones by combining color, Layout and typography.
You'll be tempted to design from landing page to detail page of your favorite apps that you thought was out of the ordinary. I suggest you start with WhatsApp or Gmail --mindblowing, right?
At the end of this course, it’ll be like a piece of cake (you’ll only need to put in the hours and not restrained by lack of skills).
So welcome and let's enjoy the ride!
Who this course is for:
A total beginner in Android development using Java and xml
A mid level developer or mobile UI designer, struggling with making appealing user interfaces
An expert developer, that needs to get grounded in UI design for personal projects