Evidence has shown that every dollar spent on User Experience Design brings in between $2 and $100 in return, and in 2016, the Future of Design in Start-Ups survey found that companies with the highest investment in UX saw their sales increase by 75%.
Over the next 18 weeks, a new cohort of students will master the brilliant basics of UX Design and learn how to create impactful, purposeful and beautiful experiences by taking part in the Talent Garden Innovation School UX Design Bootcamp.
Talent Garden Innovation School Director, Ruth Kearney, said: “The demand for UX Design skills has never been higher. Increasingly, Graphic Designers, Web Developers, Software Engineers and Product Managers need to truly understand users before they can create the right solution. Bootcamp participants have the opportunity to work on an industry project with top-notch companies such as Dublin Airport Future Factory, Robotify and Marino Software. The output is tangible and the business impact is very real”.
The UX Design Bootcamp expert faculty members are committed to the student learning experience and take an action learning approach to teaching, by delivering interactive lectures and practical workshops that are grounded in theory, but focused on real-world application. Our faculty members include:
Mark is an international product thought leader with a UX/CX background, delivering product management and vision to blue chip companies, growth stage companies, tech startups and VCs internationally. He is the Founder of UXguy.com and specialises in B2B/B2C SaaS creation for tech start-ups and enterprise B2B/B2C software redesign, leading product vision, customer driven product UX and company roadmap processes.
Trevor is an expert in design-driven innovation process and discovery, and regularly works with public and private organisations in this area. He has developed a number of radical and disruptive surgical innovations, among these, his work on Single Site surgery for Olympus was named in the Cleveland Clinics top 10 innovations of 2009.
Dr. Shirley Coyle
Shirley Coyle is a Designer, Creator and Engineer who enjoys tackling innovation challenges. Shirley has a diploma in fashion design and a PhD in Biomedical Engineering. She founded Common Ground Design in 2018, a consultancy start-up, providing expertise in wearable technology and UX design.
Garrett is an experienced designer focusing on UX and digital product design. With a background in Multimedia and Design Innovation he has worked across industries including social media news startups, vehicle routing systems, banks and telcos.
If you would like to apply to be part of the next UX Design cohort in 2020, download the brochure and get in touch with one of Innovation School team members here.