Ticket
Free
Time
 -  (UTC)
Location
This is an online event

Organised by General Assembly

About This Event
Are you someone who needs to know what they’re getting into before doing something different? Us too.
Join us for a live, 45-minute Q&A session with one of our instructors - who happens to be a UX Designer in real life. After walking you through their journey into UX design and answering some common FAQs, the floor is yours. Submit your questions via Zoom Q&A and have them answered in real time.
We’ll see you there.
Takeaways
By the end of the livestream, you will:
  • Have a basic understanding of what UX Design is, and the different opportunities that exist within that field
  • Understand which skills you can transfer, and which you have yet to learn
  • Feel confident knowing the next steps to break into a UX Design career
Preparation
Join the livestream on Zoom from your mobile device or desktop. We'll send the link to join the day of the session.
  • Your audio and video will automatically be off for the duration of the livestream.
  • Communication with the instructor will be via text in the Zoom Chat and Q&A.
  • We'll answer as many questions as possible in the time we have together.
  • Reach out to help@ga.co if you have any questions or issues.
About the Instructor
Brittney Posternock
UX Educator, Researcher, and Discovery Workshop Facilitator
Brittney Posternock (BP) is a UX Facilitator. She has lead 50+ workshops and research projects at organizations like International Youth Foundation, World Bank, MicroStrategy, International Monetary Fund, Capital One and is a board member at Northern Virginia Mental Health Foundation. She recently spent 10 weeks in Saudia Arabia teaching UX in partnership with General Assembly and MiSK Academy.
Before shifting her career to user experience design she managed operations teams at SoulCycle and Nordstroms and has 15+ years of experience in customer experience.
As a facilitator, researcher, and educator Brittney uses active listening techniques to guide conversations and learning. She believes that getting feedback early is the pathway to great design and is passionate about spreading the importance of human-centered design across every touchpoint of a business.

Organisers

Attendees — 17

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Ask me Anything: UX DesignLondon, United Kingdom