General Assembly UX Design Course

I teach courses on UXD and Drupal design at General Assembly, a pop-up campus for entrepreneurs in the Boston area.

General Assembly is an educational company out of New York that teaches startups, entrepreneurs and career-changers how to do design, development, business planning, and many other important skills. I've been teaching the UXD course in Boston (with my co-teacher, Emily Dunkle of MIT Technology Review) since the campus opened in 2012, and I also teach the UX Bootcamp and a course called Drupal for Designers. 

In addition to teaching the courses, I also worked with the Curriculum team to advise on the updated curriculum, and reworked several of the presentations and assignments for both the course and the bootcamp.

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Client: General Assembly

What they Do: Education for Entrepreneurs

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