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Boston UX Classes and Adobe courses postponed due to winter storm

  • Published on February 9, 2015
Boston UX Classes and Adobe courses postponed due to winter storm

American Graphics Institute has rescheduled all UX classes in Boston that were scheduled for today, February 9. Also affected by the storm are InDesign courses that were scheduled for February 9. Those who are registered for UX training classes will be contacted with alternate dates, or they can choose any future course date to complete the training.

This schedule change affects only the Boston area classes, and all UX courses and Adobe training programs in Philadelphia and New York City are not impacted, and are running as scheduled. The AGI administrative offices based in Boston are running with fewer staff than normal, as some staff have elected to remain at home due to unsafe travel conditions. As such, there may be delays in responding to requests to reschedule any UX training programs that are currently booked, or to schedule new classes.

If you have an immediate need for a UX course or Adobe class, and live in an area affected by winter weather, consider an online UX class or online Adobe training course. These classes allow you to learn from home or the office, and are presented by a live instructor. You can see and hear the instructor, see their presentation, ask questions, and even share your computer screen if you have questions. Course materials are sent to you ahead of the class. The only requirement for these training programs are that you have access to a reliable Internet connection. If you are currently registered for a course, you can try an online class with no risk; if you don’t find the class to be suitable, you can take the same course as a live in-person class at any of our training centers.

About the author

 is a user experience designer, Photoshop expert, educator and author based in Boston. She is the author of more than 20 books on design tools and processes, including Adobe Creative Cloud for Dummies, Adobe Creative Cloud Digital Classroom, and Photoshop Digital Classroom. She has been awarded a Microsoft MVP three times for her work with user experience design in creating apps for touch, desktop, and mobile devices. Jennifer holds the CPUX-F credential from the UXQB.

Jennifer delivers UX training and UX consulting for large Fortune 100 companies, small start-ups, and independent software vendors. She has been hired by Adobe and Microsoft to deliver training workshops to their staff, and has traveled to Asia, Europe, India, the Middle East, and across the U.S. to deliver courses and assist on UX design projects. She has extensive knowledge of modern UX Design, and worked closely with the Microsoft Windows team to create educational material and deliver UX workshops to key partners globally on behalf of Microsoft. Jennifer works with a wide range of prototyping tools including XD, Sketch, Balsamiq, Fireworks, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Blend for Visual Studio. She also works extensively in the fields of presentation design and visual design.