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Notes: Please Note: For students enrolling in 12 week part time and immersive classes, it is not recommended that you book more than one class simultaneously.
The instructor while pleasant spoke way too fast.
Good class however room we were in had no AC and was a bit unbearable. Appreciate the donuts gesture though.
Lizzy is a an excellent teacher. As a nonnative English speaker, Lizzy made it comfortable for me to open up and be vulnerable from the start. The tools that I learned from her class were invaluable and exceeded my expectations. I was feeling fearful coming to the class but empowered leaving the class. It was a great experience!
Good class. Good instructor. Easy to follow, but a lot of material to cover in 1 day. I did learn and this class was a good use of time.
Very great class, and i plan on taking more classes in the future.
It was informative but not what I'd expected. I wish General Assembly (DTLA) would return to their old location and keep their prices down. They could also use more online courses since this location means passing through a multitude of construction sites. Any location south of the 10 Freeway would probably be the best solution.
Jay was great! Super enthusiastic. Wish the class went at a faster pace. Didn't really get much out of it!
This class was awful. I would strongly recommend against taking it. I almost left multiple times. It was two and a half hours long and we literally spent less than an hour actually using Photoshop - the rest was a lecture on the most common-sense basics of design (like, I have no design experience, but this stuff was REALLY simple and a huge waste of time, and way too much time was spent on it.) Of the time spent actually using the program, the actual "creative brief" activity was left to the last fifteen minutes of the class, so there was no time to actually complete it - there was barely even time to start - because the instructor personally thought it was dumb. Speaking of which, the instructor was UNBEARABLE. She yelled the entire time in a voice that sounded like a valley girl on helium. I am seriously unimpressed and would really think twice before taking another class at General Assembly after this.
Uchenna Frederick O.
Could have been titled "Google Analytics for Beginners". It was a good basic overview class and I'm glad I took it, though it might be wise to teach a GA class for absolute beginners and another for those who have dabbled a bit but never been trained or maybe have not used GA for some time and need a refresher and knowledge of new features. Instructor was OK, a bit prone to generalizations ("2.5% is a great conversions rate") and somewhat excessive use of profanity. A "shit" or even F-bomb is not out of place in today's professional environment sometimes but every third sentence is a bit too much. He has a very engaging presentation style otherwise and it was clear he is knowledgeable and was very well prepared. I will def come back for more classes and will recommend Gen Assembly to colleagues.