We talk to Tania Lang about PeakXD’s new 12-week Accelerator Program – which upon completion gives UXer’s an internationally recognised certification.
We’re hosting a live panel event with three amazing people who will share practical tips, ideas and tools that they use to do good work, collaborate effectively and explore their vocations more deeply.
Many aspiring UXers struggle with the conundrum of needing a job to get experience and needing experience to get a job. In our next Ask the UXperts session we will examine the need for both a theoretical and practical-based UX education, how we can best meet both those requirements, and ways to continue your UX […]
UX Mastery editor Richard Buck sits down with David Travis to pick his brain about important areas of attention for aspiring and current professionals in the industry.
As an aspiring UX designer, you probably have tons of great ideas that you want to turn into fully-designed portfolio projects. But how do you turn those high-level ideas into comprehensive and well-researched projects that will impress employers? Check out these tips for coming up with UX design projects to build your first portfolio and land that dream job.
When you’re on the hunt for your next UX role, your portfolio can make or break your chances of scoring an interview. We know how important it is to craft a UX portfolio that tells the story of your most important projects and how you work.
We’ve hand-picked the best advice on portfolios from Joe Natoli’s recent Ask the UXperts session.
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.
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.
What is it that differentiates a junior from a senior UX professional? It’s not as simple as it sounds – both practitioners and employers should be aware that these “junior” and “senior” categorisations are fuzzy at best. They don’t always tell the full story of your experience when it comes to expertise and years of experience. Knowing which roles are right for you will help you navigate the job market and pave your own career pathway.