Experimental design choices influence both what a scientist can discover, as well the confidence that can be placed in the final outcome. Poor experimental design decisions can also lead to wasted time and resources, as well as non-unreproducible research.
Graphic artist the Fandangoe Kid will begin the session by leading an open discussion about some of the subjects we often find most challenging to address: grief, loss and trauma. This will be followed by looking at how creativity can be useful tool in dealing and overcoming these challenges. You’ll be encouraged to find power in trusting your instincts, processes and being strong enough to be boldly vulnerable.
Our user experience design one-day workshop takes our 10-week digital product design course and brings you the basics, taking you through the design process from start to finish and discussing everything you should think when creating a unique, intuitive and useful product. We will cover aspects of user experience and user interface (UX/UI).
Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop is opening its doors again for the second instalment of the Radical Residency programme. This dynamic and innovative opportunity provides 10 artists from across the world with a communal studio space for 4 weeks, culminating in a group exhibition featuring works created on the premises.
MOTHERS is a collaboration between mothers and their children. It is a gesture to the care our mothers have provided, and are continuously providing, which was unpaid, invisible and not seen as real work.
Step into the world of web development with General Assembly. During our introductory workshop, explore the building blocks of the web — HTML and CSS — and learn how you can apply these programming languages to develop your own simple sites.
Words of Colour, in partnership with Lenses of Croydon, will be hosting a special Black History Month event featuring award-winning and pioneering art director, designer, author and sneaker fanatic Paul Ayre.
From Regency dandies to ravers, and from punks to Pearly Kings and Queens, London’s always been one of the most stylish cities in the world. Fashion historian Amber Butchart, trend consultant Katie Baron and writer John-Michael O’Sullivan discuss the city's eclectic fashion past, present and future.
In this online class, I will be discussing the differences, similarities, advantages and limitations of different school of thoughts such as: lean startup, design thinking and agile deployment. We will look at these closely from business/startups' point of view with a special inclination towards how tech startups flop or succeed.
With talks, workshops and LIVE panel discussions running in parallel, our flexible structure enables you to learn and engage with some of the most influential designers in your community in the way that best suits you. Coupled with video access to all talks and panel discussions post-event, you'll have the freedom to experience the content you want to, network like its going out of fashion and still catch all the stuff you missed!
Are you a creative or entrepreneur that wishes you could speak tech with your web development team? Maybe you wish you could code a bit yourself? Programming for Non-Programmers is a bootcamp at General Assembly designed to help non-programmers communicate more efficiently with developers or to help aspiring developers get started.
This year we're going all out Radioactive Fluoro Zombie!!! It's going to be fangtastic! Join us in East London for an evening of vibrant artistic fun. Come to a life drawing class like no other using neon reactive arts materials to draw inspiringly colourful life models.
Agonism / Antagonism is an exhibition resulting from artist Neus Torres Tamarit’s residency in the laboratory of Dr Max Reuter, in the Research Department of Genetics, Evolution, and Environment at UCL, and part of a long-term collaboration with computer scientist Ben Murray.
This Autumn sees the opening of a new exhibition: ‘Time Out 50: 50 Years, 50 Covers - Charting five decades of London through Time Out’s front pages.’ The exhibition opens on 12 September 2018 and will run until 3 March 2019.
This major exhibition of new works by Yayoi Kusama, will take place across the Wharf Road galleries and waterside garden. The exhibition will feature new paintings and works from the iconic My Eternal Soul series.
Every year since 2008 hundreds of design experts from around the world nominate the most innovative and thought-provoking designs from the past 12 months. Discover this year’s top picks across fashion, architecture, digital, transport, product and graphic design.