My first UI with Jetpack Compose šŸŽØ

My first UI with Jetpack Compose šŸŽØ

Build your first neat looking Compose UI following the Material Design guidelines.

Can I take this course? šŸ¤”

  • Compose Level: Beginner šŸŸ¢
  • Android Level: Beginner šŸŸ¢


This is a micro course split in 4 different parts / videos:

  • Building a neat looking scrollable list of elements following the official Material Design guidelines.
  • Adding Compose State to our UI and using it to toggle between list and grid layouts.
  • Creating a beautiful detail screen and adding basic navigation to the app.
  • Flatten detail screen Composable hierarchy by using ConstraintLayout.

Price / Duration

This course is designed as a simple to digest self consumable learning pill to make it easier for attendees. The course lasts 2.5 hours, and it will allow you to kick-off your UI Compose skills in order to use it in your own personal or professional projects. Check the price in the link below.


You will get the sources with the final solution to use as a reference when you enroll.

Preview what we will build together

The screens that we are building in this course: A list, a grid, and a detail.

Author / instructor šŸ‘Øā€šŸ’»

Iā€™m Jorge Castillo šŸ‘‹ Android & Kotlin Google Developer Expert. I created this course and I will be your instructor.

I have good experience in online courses, having created courses about different topics like Kotlin, Functional Programming, or Jetpack Compose, to name a few. I am also a very active member of the Android community. I am currently writing Jetpack Compose Internals šŸ“–.

The more content I create, the more I realize people wants it in easy to digest formats. We optimize our time in incredible ways nowadays. We also want to control our time and decide at what pace we consume the content, which makes the self-paced video format a great option.