Meaningful work and a decent paycheck. Are they mutually exclusive? No! UX designer and career coach Louise Campbell has tips on how you can prove your value ahead of your next review or job interview.
Today we were joined in our Slack channel by community member (and UX Engineer) Doug Collins.
Doug talked about the long, difficult road that he travelled to find his dream UX career, and answered questions and offered advice to others who are finding the journey difficult. To see what went down, read on.
Owning your mistakes in UX isn’t as simple as it sounds. How do you own up to your mistakes without compromising your standing in your company? Leigh Gamon shares how you can create the right balance and keep learning without compromising your career.
Charge your tech and get your sketchpads ready. It’s almost time for UX Australia, one of our favourite events on the calendar. We can’t wait to spend four days with UXers from around the country talking about everything UX – from the tiny details to the big picture.
If you’re struggling to find your way into a UX job, then I think you’ll find that Doug Collins is an inspirational guy. Ever since he crossed my path on the UX Mastery forums I’ve been fascinated by his upbeat attitude, his pragmatic approach to problems, and his willingness to go out of his way to […]
We had the pleasure of hosting Cory Lebson (author of The UX Careers Handbook) in our Slack channel today, for a fast paced advice session on finding and planning a career in UX.
Read on for a full transcript of this amazing session.
UX is an exciting profession – often at the forefront of new and innovate product development efforts and frequently allowing for a steady flow of intriguing work activities. But work activities aren’t everything. UX careers expert Cory Lebson has the word on why stepping out of your routine is a good idea for your career.
Keeping stakeholders happy (and getting along) can make or break your project. In this second exclusive excerpt from his new book ‘Think First’, Joe Natoli explains shows how to ask your stakeholders the right questions to make sure your project doesn’t get derailed.
When you arrive at your first UX job you’ll find conditions a little different than they were in the classroom. Balsamiq’s Leon Barnard breaks down how you can navigate UX in the real world and find success.
Today we were lucky enough to host our good friend Ashlea McKay in our public Slack channel for an entertaining and enlightening ‘Ask me Anything’ session.
Read on to find out what went down.