Springboard has helped thousands of students develop an expertise in UX design. But now the company is offering even more value with the launch of the UX Career Track, a more advanced user experience course complete with career support and a job guarantee.
The UX Career Track is a self-paced, mentor-guided, online bootcamp designed for people with adjacent skills from a few specific backgrounds:
People outside of these backgrounds can also do well in a UX design role, of course. If somebody does not come from any of those backgrounds, Springboard recommends they take the UX Design Course and develop some of the skills they need to be successful in the Career Track.
Let’s dive a little deeper into four of the main ways the Career Track is different:
Students will also learn tools like Sketch, inVision, Figma, Zeplin, and parts of the Adobe suite that are highly valued by employers.
The UX Career Track’s career-focused curriculum devotes a substantial amount of time to helping students create real-world projects that they can show off in a unique portfolio. Since UX hiring managers often receive cookie-cutter portfolios, Springboard wants their graduates to have a portfolio that stands out. Once students graduate, they’ll have continued career support and access to Springboard’s employer network so they can land an entry-level UX job—if they don’t, Springboard will refund their tuition.
Ready to take your UX design career to the next level? Learn more about Springboard’s UX Career Track today.
This is a sponsored post by Springboard.