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Learn UX Design | All Levels | From Research to Visual Design

By Jonathan Haines

Classes
Free Consultation (one time)
1 session (30mins)
Private class
Free
One on one session
1 session (1hr)
Private class
$85 / person
Four class package
4 sessions (4hrs)
Private class
$300 / person
Eight class package
8 sessions (8hrs)
Private class
$500 / person

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Your instructor, Jonathan Haines

I'm a UX/UI Designer with a decade in New York City's tech scene. Before User Experience, I spent time teaching in the classroom, as well as working as a JavaScript Dev. I am passionate about technology and education - especially where the two meet, having led the design for an early-stage education tech start-up. My current project is working with a FinTech company to completely overhaul the UX strategy of their online platform. Teaching is the thing I love to do more than anything. I've taught JavaScript at General Assembly and written curricula for Texas A&M's UX Program. I currently teach and mentor with the online program, Thinkful, where I create where I host several UX Webinars. UXcalibur is the latest side project I have taken on to produce educational material for all UX learners. Follow on instagram for new updates and UX content. Join my newsletter for more UX content: https://rebrand.ly/uxc_newsletter_sub_cl


Description

In this class, I will go over how the UX design process works. I will explain all about the UX world, from research to testing, from wireframes to prototypes. My course will also cover how to use these prototyping tools, especially Figma and Adobe XD, two of the most popular tools being used in the industry today. I will also focus on portfolio building and resume writing. How to make yourself stand out as a candidate with excellent case studies that covers either real-world work or more conceptual ideas. My goal is to get you hired. All levels are welcome. Join my newsletter for more UX content: https://rebrand.ly/uxc_newsletter_sub_cl


Where

Google Meet or Zoom


When

Once or twice a week, depending on your need.