At Product Classroom, mentors are able to help out in three different roles depending on preference and
specialties. Mentors can sign up for a single role or mutliple roles if they choose so.
SPEAKERS Talk duration: 1hr including Q&A
Speakers are mentors who wish to present to students a broader view of the UX design industry. Topics include: Day in Life, Design Ethics, & Networking. Talks are held live on Saturdays unless mentors
notify Product Classroom otherwise. We are able to prerecords talks in there are time conflicts.
LECTURERS Talk duration: 1hr including Q&A
Lecturer are mentors who want to provide more technical guidance to students. Topics include: How to do User Research, Visual Design Basics & How to
Present Projects on Portfolio. Talks are held live on Saturdays unless mentor notify Product Classroom otherwise. We are able to prerecords talks in there are time conflicts.
Guest Critics are mentors who are open to taking on more of an advisor role to Product Classroom Students. These mentors provide weekly office hours for students who may need some extra help or feedback on work. Guest Critics are also invited to our Critique Days (view guide) to provide feedback for student work.
At Product Classroom, we understand that students are busy people. Especially when it comes to remote learning, where people are living in different timezones. We hope to alleviate this struggle by providing multiple paths for students.
Students who are commited to learning UX design and are available on Saturdays 6-8PM EST for the duration of the session.
BENEFITS FOR COHORT STUDENT
You can attend lectures live and ask questions to speakers and get access to the PC mentorship program.
Students who are interested in learning Product Design, but are unable to commit to the schedule or has an existing time conflict.
Asynchronous students will have access to our weekly newsletter where we send students the recorded lecturers and materials of that week for students to learn on their own time.