Thinking about making the jump to interaction design? Leigh Gamon shares her advice on how you can fill the gaps and forge a path, even if you’re still building up your experience.
“User Experience” as an academic discipline is not yet well-established in many universities.
Our UX Degrees resource is a global list of degrees being offered in fields related to UX such as Interaction Design, HCI, Product Design, Information Architecture and Digital Design.
Get Started in UX, the latest ebook from UX Mastery, is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to launching a career in user experience design.
Chock full of practical advice, this book answers just about every question you could possible have about how to get started in this exciting field.
The next UX Mastery ebook is in the final stages of production.
Get Started in UX, a practical guide to launching a career as a user experience designer, will launch in a couple of weeks. For a limited time, the ebook will come bundled with a bunch of extra goodies.
We like conversations, which is why we’re excited about running the very first UX Mastery Q&A session: a unique opportunity for you to discuss all things user experience with Luke and Matt, the founders of UX Mastery. But spots are limited, so get in quick!
What does a day in the life of a UX Designer actually look like? One reader wanted to know, so Matt attempted to capture a typical day for him as a comic.
Every UX Designer is different though—why not download the comic template and create your own version of “A day in the life of a UX Designer”?
Matt is not too proud to admit that he’s made his share of poor design decisions over the year. We all start somewhere!
In this post, he describes the single biggest mistake that he sees new UX designers making. Any bets on what you think it might be?
Jodie Moule from Symplicit and UX Mastery’s own Luke Chambers will be answering all your UX questions for this month’s “Talk with the Experts” web chat hosted by SitePoint. 7am-8am Thurs 13 Sept, Melbourne time. Please come along with all those UX queries you’ve never had a chance to ask!
Ever wondered exactly how to define UX Design for someone?
Matt decided to try by creating a short, fun video, in which he explains not only what user experience design is, but why everyone should learn more about it, regardless of their job.
This video was a lot of fun to make. Let us know what you think!