Choose the right design processes in your toolkit to solve a real problem on a team, in 8 weeks
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Stand out from the crowd by showcasing your ability to design for real users and iterating based on feedback to solve their problems
Lead the efforts to understand customer pain points, create personas and gather insights to back up your design choices.
Explore multiple solutions, create wireframes, perform user testing on real customers and prioritize features based on feedback.
Improve your designs, create clickable prototypes and hand them off to your Developer to watch your product come to life.
Co.Lab provides a safe and inclusive space for all the questions you didn’t think you could ask. We’re all here to help one another succeed.
Form friendships and working relationships with cross-discipline coworkers. Leverage your networks and create a name for yourself!
Be part of a close-knit community, committed to supporting and celebrating one another. And once a Co.Laborator, always a Co.Laborator.
Get access to 16+ classes you can take with your peers,
while learning from instructors and industry experts
Product Design Director
Lead Product Designer
Sr. Product Designer
Sr. Product Designer
Simulating the real work environment, to give you the practical experience you need to succeed in the role
You must be able to demonstrate design abilities (have completed a bootcamp, self-taught or equivalent), and be able to commit 15-20 hours per week.
Jump in to ideation, user research, and learning about one another with your PM and developers. Decide upon a problem space and user journey.
Align on goals, discuss the technical feasibility of your designs with your devs, and make necessary trade offs.
Create high fidelity mock-ups, user test with customers to get feedback, iterate and hand changes to your dev.
Showcase your MVP, creating marketing assets and getting your Co.Lab Portfolio Pack ready.
Wrap up your project and make time to celebrate your hard work!
Explore some of our Co.laborator stories and journeys
“I was drawn to Co.Lab because of the opportunity to collaborate with people, as I didn't have any experience working with a product manager (PM) and a developer simultaneously.“
“Going from school, where everything is given to you at a structured interval, to the workplace where most of the time, you’re expected to pick up new things by yourself, was a big change. I had a lot of self-doubt.“
“Co.Lab gave me a platform not just to learn product management but to perform product management. I launched a web-app… which is now live by working with the designer and developer I was provided, as a team.“
“Before I was really intimidated by it because I thought it was so technical. I’m not an engineer, I don’t think like an engineer. But if you need a great communicator, if you need someone who can organize, then I can do well in a role like that.“