UX Design


Front-End Development

Tyson Gach

Tyson is a designer at thoughtbot, building and designing digital products. Prior to that, he freelanced, designing websites and iOS apps for small startups and large companies. Tyson is passionate about teaching his craft to others and is picky when it comes to proper quotation marks and other typographical goodness. 

What does it take to become a UX Designer?  

Metis recently announced a 9-week UX Design & Front-End Development course crafted and taught by Tyson Gach of thoughtbot and Allison House. Join us for a FREE webinar:

  • • Hear from Tyson & Allison, who will tell us about their paths to becoming UX Designers.
  • • Learn about the day-to-day experience of a Front-End Developer, potential career paths, and the hard skills you need to get an amazing job. 
  • • Bring your own questions to get live answers from leading UX Designers in the field!

In New York City? Drop by the Metis Open House to meet Allison & Tyson and get an introduction to the UX Design & Front-End Development course!

Liz Eggleston

Liz is a cofounder of Course Report, a resource for students considering a coding bootcamp. She maintains the Course Report blog and enjoys getting to know  founders, students and instructors at bootcamps across the world. 

Save My Spot!

Thursday, August 28

6:30pm EST

Register for the free webinar!

Can't make it this time? 

Register anyways and we'll send you the recording!


Webinar attendees will get a promo code for $500 off tuition to Metis!

See you there!

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Allison House

House was a product designer at Dropbox, where she worked on growth, onboarding, and Dropbox for Business. She was also the lead designer at two education startups, Codecademy and Treehouse. She founded Origins, a talk series about women who design software, and mentors young women interested in the field. 

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