So, you're looking to transition into the field of UX Design. It's a big step. You decide a bootcamp is the way to go. Sure, you can go on CourseReport and look at reviews. But keep in mind, that person has no comparison.
How would you like a review from a UX Professional that has worked as an instructor/mentor at many of these establishments?
My intention is to write an individual review of each place I have worked, but here is a quick list of opinions.
More information coming!
More depth of content. Teaches Design only.
No client projects.
Have real-client projects (one 2-week sprint).
Easy to do part-time.
Exact same projects since 2013.
Learn some front-end coding.
Content is not as strong on the UX front.
Google UX Certificate
Go at your own pace.
Very business focused. Doesn't care about education.
More thorough curriculum
Interaction Design Foundation (IxDF)
Content is very weak.