I am an experienced instructor in UX design, having taught workshops and courses with General Assembly for four years. I've also carried out multi-day training for large companies and workshops for startups.
I now privately teach three workshops, for which you can hire me to train your team. They are outlined in more detail below, where you can enquire about running one.
I aim to allow the students to help shape the exact direction of each class and can often be flexible with the format.
I could rattle on with my own words about how I teach but it's probably more useful if I let some of the comments I've received from my workshops do the talking...
“Really engaging as Matt built up the structure of his thought process. It makes perfect sense.”
“Really comprehensive course. I feel like I really got my money's worth. Learnt heaps. Great pace.”
“Very useful for me to finally get started with analysing and testing my designs and ideas. Great examples, tool recomendations and demos.”
“Great intro to tools and techniques... plenty for 3 hours.”
“Lots of useful examples, very structured class”
“Very engaging presentation, good overview of a big subject.”
“Great explanation skills and interactive too.”
“Very intriguing, especially when applied on own design, and different fields of the company I am working for.”
“Well presented information, a great introduction to UX design.”
“Great teacher! Learnt lots!”
“Easy to follow and in depth, good introduction and good question answering.”
This workshop aims to demystify the buzz around analytics and supply a framework for effectively combining different types of data, so you can make design decisions backed up with evidence.
Today, more and more retailers are moving their businesses to the digital sphere. It’s easier than ever to set up an online store—but there are a few key design principles that when utilised can help set your online business apart and achieve market success.
Over three days, in this highly practical course, learn the full UX design process for creating products that users want and can use, and come away with your own prototype.