Eduardo Matamoros is a Visual Design Curriculum Fellow and Online Mentor at General Assembly. Prior to his arrival at GA, he was a doctoral student in the Cognitive and Learning Sciences in Education department at Columbia University Teachers College. Eduardo holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Parsons School of Design and has over 15 years of experience as both an educator and a designer. He was a part-time professor of visual communication in Austin, Texas and has worked in advertising agencies with both multinational and non-profit clients. As an extension of his background in design, technology, and education, Eduardo is interested in creating novel, user-centered experiences for adult learners in multimedia environments.
Introduction to User Experience Design
This is an introduction to user experience design. Whether you understand the basics or have just heard the term, you'll explore the topic and how to learn more.
Visual Design Fundamentals Workshop | Online
This class teaches the basics of effective design by applying principles that have been mastered throughout the ages to the core concepts used in the industry today.
Lunch & Learn: Typography Fundamentals
Lean the importance of typography and its fundamental role in the communication of visual ideas with layout considerations, font selection, formatting, readability, & composition
Break(fast) Into UX
Learn about what a UX Designer does day-to-day, and what skills you’ll need to be successful in the field.