Finance Professional Transitioning to Design

Christina Lee

Finance Professional Transitioning to Design

Christina is an illustrator and UI designer. She has designed a unique plushie product line herself and now venturing into broader design disciplines. She is transitioning to the design field from finance when she found our program and started her portfolio journey.

Student Work

I joined this program after completing a Designlab and a General Assembly course for UI and UX respectively. However, upon completion I realized that I needed more helped with forming a cohesive portfolio. Even though I had a few portfolio pieces I really had no idea what to do with them. You can’t just slap them together and hope that someone will take interest! This course broke down what a case study is. It also helped me structure my project pieces, organize my website architecture and finally build my portfolio on Webflow.

I would recommend this course for anyone who maybe has a foundation in UI/UX design, but hasn’t yet figured out how to piece together a portfolio. However, even if you are just getting started in design there is another course for Visual Design and I recommend doing that one first. Stella was a great mentor that really helped me refine my design skills!

Michael A. Pierce

Art Director/Designer at Spec Haus

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Donna Carroll

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