A User Experience or Product Designer gets to create products that provide meaningful and relevant experiences to users. But how exactly do you break into this high-demand industry?
Whether you’re new to the workforce or looking for a career switch, becoming a designer is definitely possible —as long as you’re willing to put in the hard work.
In this event, we talked to Elizabeth Orayo, a design expert and hear her story of landing a product design job in Germany.
In this session, we will also cover:
You can ask questions and build your online network by interacting with fellow classmates and an expert instructor —all in real time via live chatbox and Q&A. You can also submit your questions in advance.
EntryLevel helps you learn and get experience so you can get hired. Our 6-week programs are taught by world-class mentors, so you can learn and build a portfolio of work.
You'll learn with a cohort of driven peers, and each lesson is unlocked after a set time so you stay accountable and finish the program.
Elizabeth is a product designer, with 8 years of experience and very passionate about design. Elizabeth loves traveling and inspiring people around her. She lives by this great quote, "Giving up is the birth of regret.”