Matt explores the fields of graphic recording and graphic facilitation, both of which are natural areas for visual thinkers to gravitate towards.
When you don’t know who will be sitting across from you at an interview, you need to bring to the table the best of your UX soft skills—empathy.
Kim demonstrates how you can tap into this skill to ace your next job interview.
UX conferences can be remarkable places to network, learn and get inspired.
Our UX conferences resource is a global list of industry conferences that either specialise in UX or cater heavily to UX audiences (it’s a grey area, we know)!
In this episode, Matt & Luke talk to Patrick Neeman, Director of Product Design at Apptio and creator of the popular Usability Counts blog and UX Drinking Game, about how to break into UX, create a portfolio, and manage your career.
Listen to the podcast, or watch the video (complete with live sketchnotes!).
“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.
Patrick Neeman, an expert on the UX job market, is joining us for an informal chat about all things UX careers—résumés, portfolios, job interviews, unicorns, and whiskey. It’s going to be great. You should join us.
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.
What are recruiters, design managers, and companies actually looking for in a UXer during the hiring process?
Troy Parke has five suggestions on how you can stand out when applying for a UX job.
Design portfolios have long been used by graphic designers and photographers to display the results of their work. But what about UXers? We work in a world of field recordings, paper scribblings and Excel spreadsheets and don’t always get to create the final visuals. So what do we do when a prospective employer asks to see a portfolio?