Anyone take the courses on idf before?


#1

There’s plenty of courses on interactions design foundation.
Anyone took some before? How do you feel about.it?
The price looks acceptable…i mean compare with other…


#2

Hi Ky,

I have taken the courses myself. If you are looking for a cheap option that has a ton of information with a good structure and a large amount of different topics, I would definitely look into it as its a good starting point for learning UX.

If you’re looking for boot camp quality start to finish full career support and job placement, than I would suggest somewhere else as its more closely related to a site like Lynda.com or Udemy.

The largest differences are its all strong UX courses with interactive quizzes and a interactive community. You get Certs as you pass each course which might be useful in the future also. It’s also got a nice library of material which is super useful! Quite honestly I was attracted to it for the price but I am now going to pay to put myself through a boot camp because I want to career change.

Please let me know if you have any other questions

Mike


#3

Hi Kaiyao,

I just had an informational interview with a UXD friend I met through a UX meetup. She highly recommended joining IDF for the quality of the classes.

Its the next thing on my list!

Good luck,
Marie


#4

Ky,

Are you still thinking about joining the IDF and taking those classes? If you get the UX Booth newsletter, I just saw that they have a coupon in there for 3 months free (you have to pay for 12 months at once, so you’ll essentially only pay for 9 months at once). The rate is $8 for students and $13 for professional level. Both get free access to the classes.

Hope you can use it!

~ Marie