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UI/UX Design Course

Belarus, Ukraine, Russia
October–December 2021
Application period:
August 23 – September 12, 2021
Free course, part-time (8 hrs/wk)
Additional info:
Classes are held three times a week in the evening.
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Read the course description and requirements
Fill out the application
Link your portfolio and complete the test task
Be patient: Responses are to be expected after up to two weeks from the moment applications close

We invite UI/UX designers with at least one year of experience who want to start a career in game development to take part in this course. Our experts will share their wide experience and vast knowledge and teach you how to apply a variety of tools in practice. You’ll be able to work on real-world challenges, prove yourself, and become part of the Wargaming team.

Together with your mentors, you’ll be able to discuss all received interface solutions and find ways to improve them. You’ll also acquire the knowledge necessary to design game interfaces, learn how to work with their testing methods and processes, and get acquainted with the basics of game design and other related professions by attending a rich program of lectures and workshops in an online format.

What will you do?

  • Learn the basics of game development processes and various game mechanics, how games are developed, and on what basis certain decisions are made
  • Learn how to use the Figma tools; create components, design information architecture, and simple scenarios in wireframes; work with visuals and animation; and create complete screens and user flow scripts in Figma
  • Acquire knowledge about interface usability testing, its testing processes in the WG UX Laboratory, and how to solve encountered problems
  • Gain experience by working on real UX cases and potential tasks from the World of Tanks backlog

What are we looking for?

  • One year of experience as a UX/UI designer and an up-to-date portfolio
  • Basic understanding of the principles of composition, typography, usability, and style guide preparation
  • Attention to detail, passion for graphic design in interfaces
  • Basic knowledge of Photoshop, Figma, and/or Adobe XD

What will help you stand out?

  • Basic animation skills
  • Ability to listen to others, articulate thoughts, and visualize ideas
  • English proficiency at an intermediate level and above for reading technical documentation
  • Passion for gaming, high learning ability, and desire to work at Wargaming

Meet your mentors:

Dmitry Mezhenko

UX Designer

Dmitry Mezhenko
Dmitry Mezhenko

UX Designer

Has been working in design for 18 years. He implemented projects in WoT such as Premium Account 2.0, Battle Pass, and The Last Waffenträger combat interface.
Short bio

Konstantin Evstratenko

UX Designer

Konstantin Evstratenko
Konstantin Evstratenko

UX Designer

Has been doing business design for ten years. Graduate of A. Gorbunov Design Bureau and co-author of the unofficial Minsk metro map. He also worked on several WoT projects.
Short bio

Denis Zinin

UX Design Lead

Denis Zinin
Denis Zinin

UX Design Lead

Team Lead and responsible for UX Design in World of Tanks. He works on creating user-friendly and comprehensible interface designs for players.
Short bio

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Beyond words: their voice, their truths

I stumbled upon WG Forge on the internet. After completing the test task, I gained the most fantastic experience and a lot of new knowledge over the next three months of training, not only about UX design but the industry as a whole and process building. Before that, I had no connection to game development whatsoever.

UX Designer
Course 2021
Pavel Nesterovich


What courses do we offer?

Past courses include Gameplay Development, Analytics, QA, UX/UI Design, 2D/3D Design, Motion Design, and Visual Effects, but are not limited to this.

Who can participate in the courses?

We invite students, recent graduates, and reskilled specialists who have decided to change their career paths and have studied either through non-formal courses or on an individual basis.

Participants can partake in courses from anywhere in the world. However, if they show good results and are invited for an internship, they should be able to do so onsite in either Czech Republic, Lithuania, or Nicosia.

Please note that while we are excited to sponsor candidates for future training course cohorts, we will not be able to sponsor right-to-work in the key locations mentioned.

What do we expect from applicants?

Motivation, eagerness to learn, good English language skills, and enthusiasm for working in a game dev company.

Do we ask for experience?

Sometimes. To complete the test task and pass the selection for certain courses, you will need some technical skills and experience.

When do the courses start?

We organize courses twice per year—in fall and spring.

For fall, the application period starts at the end of August or early September, with the courses starting in October.

For spring, the application period starts in February, with the courses starting in March.

How long do the courses last?

They last 2.5–3 months.

What to expect?

Experienced trainers, supportive classmates, top-notch training, practical tasks, community building activities.

Do I have to pay for the course?

Our training courses are free of charge but of limited access. After you graduate from the training course, you can apply for a paid internship at Wargaming.

When and where are the courses?

Courses are organized online. Some classes are recorded, and participants can view them at a convenient time. There are also live online meetings with trainers organized in the evenings (Central or Eastern European time). You would be expected to devote 10 to 15 hours per week to studying the material and completing the homework.

What does the selection process look like?

It depends on the courses, but it normally includes filling out the application form, a homework task, and a video interview or call with the recruiter or experts, if needed.

What happens after the courses?

By the end of a course, the best-performing participants will get an offer from us to join an internship program, so keep up the good work, and we will make sure you keep growing with us!

Also, note that even if you do not get an internship offer after the course, you can still be part of the community through the Alumni club (link to more info). We constantly keep in touch with our alumni, organize extra knowledge-sharing sessions, and share recent company news and relevant job offers.

Do I need to provide a cover letter?

It is optional. Also, check the application form first—there might already be some motivational questions. If there aren’t any, your cover letter will most often take the shape of a video interview on the platform.

How many courses can I apply for?

If you think you can be a UX/UI designer, 3D artist, and software engineer all at once, sure, no limit there. But please, have reasoning prepared as to why you applied to each specific course.

When should I expect a reply?

You should get some sort of reply in up to ~2 weeks after finalizing your course registration. If you did not, check first whether our email did not get lost in your spam. If still nothing, feel free to ping us!