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Neil Peterson

Seattle

Neil is a digital product designer with an academic background in computer science and cultural anthropology and specializes in human-computer interaction (HCI) and user experience (UX). He holds a B.A. in anthropology and women's studies from the University of Iowa and an M.S. in HCI from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has worked with organizations such as: AT&T; Carestream Dental; and 3 different design agencies.

Upcoming:

Pro Bono UX Work  - Open House

Pro Bono UX Work - Open House

Applications are open to receive pro bono UX work from General Assembly design teams. Attend this event and learn how to get $30,000 worth of UX research & design work for free!

13
Tue, 13 December 5:30 - 6:30pm PST
UX Design 101

UX Design 101

This is an ideal 101 class for someone who has heard the term UX and maybe even understands the basics, but is not sure what it really means to them.

17
Tue, 17 January 6:30 - 8:30pm PST
UX Design 101

UX Design 101

This is an ideal 101 class for someone who has heard the term UX and maybe even understands the basics, but is not sure what it really means to them.

31
Tue, 31 January 6:30 - 8:30pm PST

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User Experience Design Immersive

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.

4 Times

UX Design 101

UX Design 101

This is an ideal 101 class for someone who has heard the term UX and maybe even understands the basics, but is not sure what it really means to them.

2 Times

Pro Bono UX Work  - Open House

Pro Bono UX Work - Open House

Applications are open to receive pro bono UX work from General Assembly design teams. Attend this event and learn how to get $30,000 worth of UX research & design work for free!

Teach at GA

Join our talented instructor team dedicated to transforming thinkers into creators.

Find Out More