From learning how to make UX work for her colleagues to honing her own design skills in wholly unexpected ways, Leigh Gamon shares her personal insights and survival tips from twelve months in the front line.
Earlier this year, I passed the five year mark in my UX career. It’s been an incredible ride so far.
This UXmas, I’d like to share some of these lessons from my first few years in the hope one or two may help you in your own UX journey.
Having an exceptional portfolio that stands out from the crowd is sometimes what it takes to land that dream job. UX careers coach Louise Campbell will be in our Slack channel running a series of mentoring sessions to help you get your portfolio to that place.
Building a persuasive portfolio is high on the priority list of a lot of our community members, and the audience at today’s AMA session with Louise Campbell was testament to that.
We had a record number of attendees! If you missed the session, never fear – here is the transcript.
Some people argue that UX Designers shouldn’t build a portfolio. Hawk doesn’t agree. It’s about building the right kind of UX portfolio and being smart about it.
Here are 10 inspiring UX portfolios. They may not do everything right, but each of them does something very well.
Next up in our “Ask me Anything” series, UX career coach Louise Campbell offers advice on building a persuasive portfolio, including finding and writing case studies when you’re unemployed.
Join us in our Slack channel next week, armed with your questions.
When you’re starting out in your UX career, it’s hard to know where to begin. Specialist or generalist? Design or research? Or maybe you want to try a bit of everything. We collected some of the most inspiring advice from the UX Mastery community to help guide you through the confusion.
In today’s diverse landscape of workplaces and situations, finding a team that is a good cultural fit is as important as finding a job.
Natalie Eustace joins us in our Slack channel to share her personal journey and answer questions about harnessing strengths and weaknesses to work as part of a cohesive team.
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.