User Experience Design via General Assembly

Studied: User Experience Design

I studied User Experience Design at General Assembly Melbourne under George Cockerill and Greg Saxton.

It was an incredibly valuable course that provided me with a really strong set of principles and tools to inform my design practice. Using a frame of User Experience to approach my design is intrinsic to my process. To make a really effective product, a designer has to work towards a solution that serves the user and facilitates the business. Using and understanding these analytical and psychological approaches is the basis to any strong product.

The contacts I made during this course - both with other students and staff - was a bonus. I'm keen to get involved in any quality learning opportunities like the ones General Assembly provides.

Portfolio Highlights

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