Carlye is a professional dancer turned UX Designer/Content Strategist. Before finding General Assembly, she founded and directed a dance company, created curriculum and taught dance classes, and went on performance tours. She also worked as a freelance web copywriter and content strategist. She has a Sociology degree from the University of British Columbia. Carlye is genuinely interested in understanding the goals and motivations behind human behavior, and creating designs that meet those needs. She seeks to design solutions that allow people to better enjoy their life experiences. Carlye is an avid adventurer-she loves to travel, taste test and explore the outdoors.
Sketching For Product Success Personas to Prototypes
Join us for this quick, hands-on workshop that will introduce you to what wireframing is and where it fits in the UX design process.
Prototyping on a Budget
Dive into the mentality and tools to get your idea prototyped and in front of users as quickly as possible
User Experience Design Basics Bootcamp
Immerse yourself in a full day of user experience design fundamentals.
Community Happy Hour: Learn UX Design
Celebrate the end of the work week with your pals at General Assembly! This week's theme is UX Research & Design, come clink glasses with our community of designers. Drinks on us!
Intro to UX: A Free Paper Prototyping Workshop
In this free, fun, hands-on morning workshop, you'll learn how to use paper prototyping as a tool for user testing, evaluating interfaces, and gathering feedback - rapidly!
General Assembly Open House
Come check out General Assembly! Get a tour of the space, meet the team and learn about our upcoming offerings.
User Experience Design Immersive
Ten weeks. All day. Monday through Friday. Learn the skills of a UX designer and put them to work while building a comprehensive portfolio.
Geek Week: Free Workshops for the Designer, Techie and Entrepreneur in You
Are you looking to advance your career or learn a new skill in a fun interactive environment? Join us for a week of free workshops at Occidental Park!