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Good class but a little too rushed with too much information for one class.
We covered so little, s couple of code exercises only. Waste of time, waste of money.
Teacher was great, learned so much more than I expected!!
I'm more of a conceptual learner and had a hard time following the instructor. He was more focused on showing us how to do things than why and how to think about how to do things. He also went too fast and didn't stop enough to check for understanding. I left during the break.
Although the presenters clearly had a lot of passion and creativity, I thought it was a bit to cutesy and not enough meat and potatoes. We started late and then spent a lot of time playing games. The real content didn't start until we were three quarters of the way through the class time which meant that we ran out of time and didn't get through their whole presentation. I also thought that they spent too much time on participants personal questions. The content we got through was very minimal.
very informative class. alot of helpful anns resourceful information provided
This was a really great class to attend. I enjoyed the structure and the improv exercises at the end. Lizzie was an amazing instructor and the expertise she brought to class was amazing!
Loved Quaison and the class was super informative. Made me want to take the days-long bootcamp!
The instructor was very positive and well organized. However she spent way too much time on interviewing, and did not leave enough time for the actual practice of a development of a UX at the end.
I was very disappointed in the class. It should have been called Web Design 101 not Programming for Non-Programmers. What was presented did not match the description of the course nor my expectations. I left at the first break.