There’s no single, authoritative recipe for a career in UX, which is both exciting and daunting, but taking a step back to create a plan for yourself is well worth the investment. Because once you set your goals, you can start taking the steps to get there. Here are seven books to dive into so you can take the next step in your UX career.
UX recruiter Michael Boyd joins Hawk in our Slack channel to answer all your questions about finding the perfect UX job and nailing your interview. Join us!
We’re back to August, one of our favourite months of the year. Why, you ask? August means UX Australia!
Each year, UX Australia brings together user experience professionals from across Australia, and around the globe, for a learning and networking conference extravaganza.
As is UX Mastery tradition, we’ll be there with bells on, and we’re pretty excited. Here’s why.
I had the pleasure of hosting Content Strategist and UX Mastery community member Melanie Seibert in our Slack channel to talk about planning and creating usable content that supports and enhances our work. Here is a full transcript of the chat.
We were honoured to be joined last week by Don Norman for a live video Q&A discussion about his seminal book on design, The Design of Everyday Things. Here is a full transcript of the session.
You recognise that content is a crucial part of your designs, but how do you ensure that you deliver the right content—appropriate for both the user and the organisation? Join content strategist Melanie Seibert in our Slack channel to find out.
We were very humbled—and excited!—to be joined today by Don Norman for a live video Q&A discussion about his seminal book on design, The Design of Everyday Things.
As UX professionals, we sit at the intersection of many parts of a business. It’s this placement in our company’s organisation and workflow that makes communicating as a UX professional both imperative and, at times, extremely difficult. Doug Collins shares a few important lessons to help you communicate better, regardless of who you’re speaking to.
Three amazing research experts from our own community joined me to form a panel in our Slack channel. They shared tips, tricks and personal experiences to help us take our research game to the next level. Read on for a full transcript of the session.
Freelancing is well-suited to the work of UX professionals, with many considering the move as a next career step. They usually say they’re looking for freedom, more money, the ability to work on more interesting problems or learn new things – or even just the chance to work in their pyjamas regularly.
Here are a few important tips to consider before you quit your day job.