Get Pro Bono Design Help From General Assembly UX Students

Startups and small businesses must have a stellar overall design experience on their website or app to attract customers in a competitive online setting.

Luckily, current General Assembly (GA) students are hungry to bring such projects to life for local companies looking to update their brand and improve the overall  user experience of their sites.

Applications are now open for this fall’s Client Project Program. Selected startups and businesses will be matched with current GA students for 2-3 weeks of dedicated design work, which includes research, ideation, and prototyping.

GA ATL user experience design students are trained in user research, content strategy, wireframing, prototyping and usability testing. The 10-week program wraps up with student groups working directly with selected local clients.

Previous UX Client Projects include Georgia-based Sunnyland Farms, Mini City and many other Atlanta-based companies and corporations.

Businesses of all industries and sizes are encouraged to apply. Applications are open through Friday October 16th and be found at this link. We can’t wait to see what these students come up with!

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