Who should learn UX Design?

Your Week @ GA

*|MC:SUBJECT|*
Companies all over the world are looking for UX talent.
About Us     Browse Courses     The Index
UX is Everywhere

From marketing campaigns to customer service chats, if you’ve ever interacted with a business online, there’s a good chance user experience (UX) design played a part. Think of UX as preventative care. Good designers examine every customer touchpoint, map out possible scenarios, identify potential problems, and implement solutions before they arise.

Companies need great UX more than ever. Learn what it takes to put user experience design into practice in any field in our online, mentor-guided User Experience Design Circuit course, next launching on May 30 and June 6.

What will you achieve in 6 weeks?

  • Cover the fundamentals of iterative design, including user research, wireframing, and prototyping;
  • Practice your newfound skills through real-world user testing;
  • Develop and test your own clickable prototype.
Request a Syllabus Arrow
RSVP to Info Session Arrow

Get your employer to pay for your tuition. Over half of all employed GA students have their company pay for them to learn at GA. You could, too—all you have to do is ask your manager. Start here.

Prefer to learn in real time? Take a week off to skill up in our expert-led User Experience Design Remote course, launching on Monday, June 19. Learn more.

Manage your Preferences or Unsubscribe
General Assembly Inc., 902 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10010