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Meet Chelsea Nicholson and Vanessa Stofenmacher, User Experience Design Immersive Graduates

Chelsea Nicholson and Vanessa Stofenmacher

Launching a User-Friendly Business

For years, Chelsea Nicholson and Vanessa Stofenmacher were tired of designer price markups and misleading product descriptions on jewelry. After meeting as students in General Assembly’s User Experience Design Immersive course in Los Angeles, they founded their own company, Vrai and Oro, to sell the jewelry they wanted to wear themselves. “Our entire company was founded through the user experience,” says Nicholson, who thought UX would be a strong complement to her business marketing education. Their wares have been featured in Vogue, Forbes, and more.

Learn more about Nicholson and Stofenmacher’s journey.

Companies Hiring Our Graduates

Graduates of our User Experience Design Immersive in Los Angeles get hired at great companies of all sizes, including those below. Our all-star career coaches support students in their job search, whether upskilling or breaking into the design industry.

Meet Some of Our Experts

General Assembly’s instructors are top professionals representing today’s leading Los Angeles-area companies.

Catherine Bell

Catherine Bell

User Experience Design Immersive Instructor

Ray Dipasupil

Ray Dipasupil

Front-End Web Development and User Experience Design Instructor

Sofia Khan

Sofia Khan

Visual Design and User Experience Design Instructor

Sharif Matar

Sharif Matar

User Experience Design Immersive Instructor

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