gugtenterf Posted March 16 Report Share Posted March 16 I really want to transition into a career in Web Design / Usability - I just don't know where to start. I found online programs with a local community college that teach online courses for $3,999 per course. They offer Front End, Back End, and Marketing Courses (all separate courses for each topic). I really want to do usability, I have some experience with taking college courses, I graduated in 2017 with a degree in Technical Communications, but didn't go into that career when I started working. I have experience learning new programs that were specific to jobs within Human Services. Each job has been related to determining eligibility, customer service, and or auditing. I'm not sure how my background can help me, I keep researching entry level positions in usability and I'm unsure of which course to take at the community college (between Front End, Back End, or Marketing). Please help! Any feedback or advice on which route to go along with what to search for in terms of entry level positions would be appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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