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10 things you should expect to do during your first month as a UX designer — a beginner’s guide

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I wrote 150,000+ design-related words in the past year; here’s what I learned that can help you…

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The UX of Product & the UX of You

View the original post Design maturity within organizations is in jeopardy if we don’t work on the UX of ourselves. Continue reading on UX Planet »

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13 Critical UX Questions to Ask at the Beginning of a Project

View the original post UX discovery is a great first step, but not if you’re too afraid to ask hard questions. Continue reading on UX Planet »

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It’s Possible to WFH and Still Feel Like You Work in the Back Room

View the original post Not communicating with your designers puts them in a dark, dingy corner; here’s how to pull them out. Continue reading on UX Planet »

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What’s It’s Like to Slowly Lose Your Eyesight as a Designer

View the original post My vision is gradually getting worse. I’m scared, but hopeful. Continue reading on UX Planet »

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How to get a UX job after a bootcamp, certificate, or college degree program

View the original post Are you ready to get a bit scrappy? If so, let’s go. Continue reading on UX Planet »

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Design > 1

View the original post The best decisions reveal themselves as we involve more than ourselves in the process. Continue reading on UX Planet »

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How to Present Design Work to a Billionaire and Not Look Like an Idiot

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A lesson in soft skills from Schitt’s Creek star, Dan Levy

View the original post Delightful experiences don’t stop at product, but they definitely start with us. Continue reading on UX Planet »