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    How to find best UI/UX design bootcamps

    by gulshan212 ·

    Well, since few days I am searching about best UI/UX design bootcamps, and I found that there are numerous sources for learning them. According to rating and review is not enough to find the best option. My concern is that what are the best parameters to check which one is best.

    What do you think about it?

    Thank you

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      You don’t want a bootcamp. Why?

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to How to find best UI/UX design bootcamps

      Example from

      Bootcamps are to get folk up to speed quickly on the subject. It’s not about being the best.

      So pick one in the top 5 or 10 and go for it. But if you want the best, then you need to consider the long path. i.e. School.

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      by GhufranPervaiz ·

      In reply to How to find best UI/UX design bootcamps

      Choosing the best UI/UX design bootcamp is crucial, and you shouldn’t rely solely on reviews. Here are the key things to consider:

      What They Teach: Check if the bootcamp covers the design topics you want to learn.

      Who Teaches: Look for experienced instructors who know the field.

      Hands-On Experience: Find out if the program includes projects to practice what you’ve learned.

      Job Help: Research their track record in helping graduates find jobs.

      Industry Connections: Programs with industry ties can boost your career prospects.

      Schedule and Cost: Ensure it fits your schedule and budget.

      Accreditation: Check if it’s accredited by a recognized organization.

      Reviews and Testimonials: Read student experiences, but don’t rely solely on these.

      Location or Online: Choose in-person or online based on your preference.

      Support and Community: Look for career support and an active alumni network.

      Consider your own goals and learning style when making your choice. Compare different bootcamps and ask questions before deciding. The best one for you aligns with your career goals and what you want from a program.

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