UX Bootcamp - seeking insights and recommendations

HEast's profile thumbnail
I did a bunch of research. For me, I wanted to find a program that would really train me well and look good on my resume, more importantly. Money was a concern, but was my third concern. I am currently doing the UX Design certificate program at UCLA Extension online. I'm enjoying it, but I wish it was more of a virtual classroom. They use Canva, release all of the class materials up front, and require assignments to be submitted by Sunday nights. There are office hours available, and Slack is used for communication between students. I didn't sign up for the ones you listed because I was concerned that the cost wasn't worth the price. One good tip I got from another UX Designer was to look at the teachers. Do you trust them? Can you look up to them for UX information? It all comes down to what does the course look like, and is it what you need.
sherrychin's profile thumbnail
Those are really great points that you made. I like the factors you chose to consider before you proceeded with buying a course. I think my friend has a similar concern as you. So this has been informative. Thank you!