About This Event
General Assembly’s User Experience Design Immersive Program is a 10-week, full-time, graduate-level educational program that helps early to mid-career professionals break into the field of UX design.
Client projects are the final project of the UX Immersive Program. Teams of 3-5 UX designers, under the guidance of 2 seasoned mentors, dedicate 3 weeks and 120+ hours of research, strategy and design to help move your product forward. There is no cost for participating, just a desire to benefit from the UX process and an interest in meeting talented UX designers that might be a perfect fit for your growing team!
Our upcoming 3-week client project cycle is coming up, and we are currently seeking companies who are interested in participating.
At this event, you'll learn more about how your company can receive and benefit from pro bono UX work, courtesy of General Assembly.
Our UX designers will present you with a user-centered, research-based design strategy and accompanying deliverables that you can begin implementing right away.
Deliverables can include, but are not limited to:
User research (research plan, script, screener, consent, raw data, data evaluation).
Domain research (competitive / comparative analysis, task analysis).
Behavioral and attitudinal insights about your product.
Representative user personas and scenarios.
User flows, user stories, storyboards, journey mapping and user journeys.
Content strategy insights.
Features / functions / requirements list.
Structural diagrams, sitemaps and navigation schemas.
Sketches, wireframes and a 20-30 screen clickable prototype.
User interface and interaction design.
Prereqs & Preparation
A need for UX work and a willingness to collaborate with junior designers! During the UX Client Projects, our UX design teams dedicate 3 weeks and 120+ hours of pro bono UX work to develop a design strategy and implementable deliverables for:
A new digital product you are working on
A new feature or function of an existing digital product
Something in your backlog
Or any design that can benefit from a fresh, user-centered perspective.
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