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Meet Our Expert: Katharine Hargreaves, User Experience Design Instructor

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Why should someone learn essential user experience design skills at GA?

GA instructor Katherine Hargreaves says, “GA is one of the few modern educational institutions offering relevant vocational programming in an active learning environment. GA practices what it preaches, which means that students benefit from material validated by experts in the field — first in the curriculum, then in the classroom. I also believe that project-based learning engages students more effectively. The UX toolkit is so robust and flexible that it can be used in many different contexts, and that’s hard to teach from a book.”

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After completing my User Experience Design Immersive course at General Assembly’s Singapore campus, I tried to explain to my 90-year-old mother what I had been studying. I got schooled, instead. I explained to her the definition of UX design, and Mom proceeded to demonstrate her understanding by walking me through her use of UX strategies in everyday life.