Three years ago Heather said ‘no’ to excuses and took control of her UX career. In this article she shares four hard-won tips to help you make your own career transition.
Heather Wydeven made some big decisions and took some risks to get the career that she wanted. In 2013 she entered the UX field through an apprenticeship program and is passionate about mentoring new UXers into their career.
Here is your chance to pick her brains in order to further your own career.
So you’re looking at starting a new career in UX, huh? That’s exciting! It’s possibly also a little daunting, but don’t worry – we’re here to help. If you haven’t yet had a chance to take a look through our forums, get to it! You’re missing out on a real goldmine of information and networking opportunities. In this article we highlight some of the best.
Career Foundry’s Rosie Allabarton debunks 4 common myths around starting a career in UX, and offers some practical tips for those considering a career transition.
We continue to receive questions from readers and workshop students about how to get into UX Design.
As a result, we’ve updated our article on how to prepare yourself for a career as a UX Designer—and how to find an awesome job while you’re at it. With new and improved animated video!
In this episode, Matt and Luke are joined by Hawk to discuss all things UX-related, from how to break into UX, how to create a portfolio, and how to manage your UX career.
Do you remember the first time you picked up an iPhone? I do.
If you’re like me, you’ll remember the awe you felt when you comprehended the power of being able to browse the web using a full-featured, zoomable, mobile browser for the first time. You marvelled at how seamless it was to launch the Phone app, tap the number on the touchpad, and watch it dial. It was so different from every other phone you’d used, but you instantly understood how it worked.
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