Last April, Jeff Manabat, one-quarter of the San Francisco dragapella act The Kinsey Sicks, had a dilemma: how to redesign the quartet’s aging website, while balancing touring obligations?
“I do a lot of traveling, we’re on the road a lot,” Manabat said, “I can’t dedicate the time to taking a multi-week classroom course. So taking it online was the obvious choice. I needed the flexibility to learn online. And complete the course material without being in a classroom.”
As a Humanities major, Carlye Cunniff was always interested in people. But as an Irish dancer, she knew it would be tough to transition straight into a new role in a digital field.
Earlier this year, Cunniff realized she needed a change from running the dance company she founded. Unsure of where to start, but knowing she wanted to learn more about the tech world, she enrolled in GA’s HTML, CSS & Web Design Circuit, an online course designed to teach proficiency in HTML, CSS and Visual Design. After graduating she took the User Experience Design Immersive program in Seattle. She now works as a full-time consultant with The Creative Group—currently on contract at Amazon. Continue reading →
When you’re first getting started marketing online, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by too many ideas and platforms. Fortunately, there are some quick actions you can take today to start building a lasting digital marketing strategy.
When we put together our first Web Design Circuit in July 2014, we made a conscious choice to build in the sense of community and personalization that an instructor provides. This experience is a key part of General Assembly’s classroom programs. Continue reading →