Manager, User Experience, Mastercard
“I trained in traditional design practices and my experience was mostly in web design and even print work.”
“There were a few reasons. Firstly, as a designer, I was interested in how things work and how users were interacting with products I was designing.
“Secondly, I could see the focus of design practitioners, and the community itself, was moving more towards user centered design and I was keen to jump in and learn more.”
“I had seen some great resources from the company online as well as hearing some great words from fellow designers who were alumni.”
“I have since progressed to being a UX Manager for one of the world’s biggest companies, helping build products by speaking to real users and applying core principles I learned from the course.”
“Absolutely. I found the teaching method to be concise and incredibly insightful. I learned a lot by implementing the practical experiments taught in the course.”