Rashida White is a Brooklyn-based freelance user experience designer and researcher who is passionate about bridging the digital divide and empowering people through creative expression. She received her B.A. in Psychology and is a member of Psi Chi - The International Honor Society in Psychology. Her career in UX began in 2011, working with a small agency as a UX Researcher and Information Architect. During the spring of 2014, she joined Koplin and Propati Partners (K&P) as a UX Designer and the Director of Community Outreach & Partnerships. At K&P she mentors low income young adults (18-26 year olds), providing design & technology education and training to underserved communities by integrating real-world client work into K&P’s curriculum. Rashida also works independently with various organizations and small businesses such as Sarah Lawrence College, offering her design and technology expertise.
In addition to teaching at General Assembly, Rashida works with Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls and various non-profits teaching music and empowering youth through creative freedom and expression.
Rashida is a problem solver with an eclectic background in technology, psychology, management, education, marketing, design & music.
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.
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