ui+ux bootcamp

learn to design


from ground up


Register for this Course


A Practical, no bullsh!t approach
to ui/ux

There is a lot of jargon that is pervasive when it comes to UI/UX Design and with the plethora of “information” & opinion pieces littered all over the net, it’s easy to get intimated if you’re looking to kickstart your career in UI/UX. This course will be your guide to effective and practical UI/UX Design, cutting through the noise to get you started.
It’s made for those looking to switch careers into UI/UX Design roles or those looking to add UI/UX Design to their skillset.

is this course for you?

hell yeah!

Whether you’re just getting started in UX, or you’ve got a few years under your belt, this course was built with you in mind.

registration is now open

classes kick off 20th nov. 2021

The best investment you can make is to invest in yourself and your skillset. Gain more confidence with processes, tools and methods you can use.


Access to Live & Video Sessions


Access to all downloadable resources


Access to Mentor for questions and feedback


Certificate upon Completion

course content

The Shalaye


Introduction to UI/UX


Thinking like a Designer


The U in UX: Knowing your users


Designing for Inclusion

The practicals


Feet wet with UI


Grids & Color Theories


Typography & Visual Hierarchy


Designing for Interaction

meet your


FCMB Mobile
Leslie Williams
Principal, Ovalay Academy
Leslie Williams is a multidisciplinary designer with
16 years of professional experience of transforming ideas into products, living in the beating heart of Lagos, Nigeria.

He's the Lead Product Designer at TeamApt, where he’s currently creating new experiences for Financial Inclusion.
When he’s not working for Oga, Leslie is also the Principal at Ovalay Academy and cofounder at Design JobCaster, a 2000+ telegram community for creative talents to hangout and share ideas. He also volunteers his time to help and mentor up & coming creative talents along in their professional journeys.

If you see him in real life, buy him pizza. He’s cheap like that.