This advanced UX course is perfect for practicing designers who want to level up their skills, leaving everyday UX basics behind to acquire secret weapons of design mastery.
As a long-time lecturer and mentor, Reiswig is always aiming for others to cultivate the best of themselves. He has been an instructor for General Assembly's part-time User Experience Design course for six years.
Wilson's goal is to constantly grow as a designer and to encourage others to do the same by helping them hone in on the skills they need to advance to the next step in their career journey.
“I can't recommend a teacher more highly. The guy is a scholar and a wizard. Grateful to be connected to him.”Former Student, General Assembly
“Matt was awesome! I don't think I've had someone as passionate about the field of UX as he is. He's not just passionate about the work or the craft, but also the philosophy, meaning, and responsibility that ought to be a part of design. His feedback was practical and actionable.”Former Student, General Assembly
“Our teacher is a realist, in the most compelling way. You can't manufacture motivation. He brings real experience to class and sets realistic expectations. This class feels more authentic than any other class I've taken.”Former Student, General Assembly
“Matt is very kind, attentive, and supportive. He has a wonderful, positive energy. He's a great teacher.”Former Student, General Assembly
“Matt is extremely personable and engaging in class. I really enjoy his teaching style and how he emphasizes important concepts and pushes us to problem solve/think outside the box.”Former Student, General Assembly
“Matt Reiswig is a very large part of why I have been impressed with this course. His ability to engage with students on a personal and professional level, while educating and making it fun along the way has been huge.”Former Student, General Assembly
“Matt's great. He brought the content to life with real world experience and helpful insights, which was the most valuable part of the class for me.”Former Student, General Assembly
“Matt is awesome - plain and simple. His expertise, humor, accessibility, organization, and passion made learning in this class easy and fun. There are short and sweet lessons that I learned from him that I expect I will carry with my for the rest of my career.”Former Student, General Assembly
You're a motivated and dedicated design professional.
You've taken a bootcamp and you want the next step.
You're ready to transform into a true problem solver
You're stuck in a rut and set to redesign your career.
You're looking for a promotion and need a boost.
What's the time commitment each week?
We recommend planning to spend 5-10 hours per week outside of class on course exercises.
How many people are in each cohort?
Our maximum is 20.
What if I don't like the course?
You can request a full refund at any time.
What if I live outside the United States?
Everyone is welcome! However, be prepared for instruction in conversational English and class times in Mountain Standard Time (MST).
Will I earn a certificate?
You sure will! Feel free to hang it prominently behind your desk so everyone can see it on your Zoom meetings.
What does my tuition cover?
24 hours of live remote class time, unlimited access to your instructor(s), Backpack community access, bespoke resource recommendations, class recordings, peer reviews, and expert recorded analysis of your course work.
Are there any prerequisites?
You must have completed a bootcamp beginner course -or- currently be designing. Text us at 720-588-8678 or message us on LinkedIn if you'd like to schedule a free consult to discuss your readiness.
What are my financing options?
Upon checkout, students may choose to pay in full -or- finance for six months.