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.
One of the most popular topics of discussion at our UX Mastery community forums is training. The myriad of online courses (both free and paid), immersion programs, mentored programs, and full blown degrees makes the decision a difficult one.
We decided that the easiest way to help point you in the right direction is to pull together the information and opinions of community members that have taken some of these courses, so you can get it right from the horse’s mouth.
Matt chats with David Trewern, an award-winning Australian designer and founder of the Tractor design school. They discuss design schools, whether accreditation is valuable, and how to prepare for a career in UX.
On Monday July 20, we’re running another of our popular Introduction to UX Design workshops at Nest Coworking in Melbourne.
Whether you’re directly responsible for designing digital products, or only peripherally involved, this workshop will give you enough experience to feel confident working with a user-centred design process.
Last month, Matt travelled to the Philippines to teach a workshop about how to inspire innovation in your workplace. Fair warning: his write-up of the trip includes photos of hammocks, beaches, and enviable countryside. Read on to live vicariously!
UX Mastery is heading offline—in a good way!
We have a ton of in-person UX workshops and social gatherings coming up. Now’s the time to take advantage of early bird pricing on our popular UX training.
Matt is running a full-day sketchnoting workshop later this month, in Sydney, Australia. If you’re looking to take your visual thinking skills to the next level, this is the workshop for you! Use our exclusive discount code to get $100 off.