15 October, 2014

Sassy Scoop: Dive into design with GA’s User Experience Design course!

15 October, 2014

Hong Kong is becoming more and more of a hub for creative people – just take a look at some of our That Girls and Super Stylers! From fashion stylists and artists, to designers and PR pros, HK is packed with talented people. Feeling inspired? Then you’ve got to check out General Assembly’s upcoming User Experience Design course!

Here at Sassy, we’re already huge fans of General Assembly courses, which are carefully created to harness learners with practical knowledge and useful skills… plus, they’re a great way to meet like-minded people! What you learn will actually help you kick-start a business, and the User Experience Design course is ideal if you’re keen to explore how to deliver an amazing digital experience – whether it’s on the web or over an app!

You’ll learn the core skills in User Experience Design, which include how to understand user problems through research and empathy, how to communicate designs through personas, sitemaps, user flows and wireframes and on top of all that, you’ll be able to present, defend and critique design decisions. Phew! All these skills are invaluable in our digitally-driven age, and you’ll even begin working on your own website or app… perfect for that dream idea you’ve always wanted to launch!

If this sounds like something you want to learn (and pop onto your CV for that impressive extra edge!), then make sure you apply for the course by 24 October, 11.59pm.

This one’s for all the Sassy scholars and aspiring entrepreneurs! If you sign up for GA’s upcoming info session on User Experience Design, you’ll also qualify for a $2,000 scholarship from GA… make that dream come true! All you have to do is attend the info session on 22 October – more details on the info session below.

When: Wednesday, 22 October from 7-8pm
Where: 8/F Garage Society, 33 Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong (right outside Exit B of the Central MTR)
RSVP: Click here to RSVP to the User Experience Design info session!

Brought to you in partnership with General Assembly

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