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Latest Posts

6 lessons I learned in my first year as a UX researcher

Some unexpected lessons I learned while on the job.

The Text-First Portfolio

Stuck on creating your UX portfolio? This content-first approach will save you a ton of time and headache.

Should UX designers learn how to code? A definitive answer.

The short answer: no. But these 3 types of designers will benefit most from learning how to code.

Top UX Interview Mistakes to Avoid

Interviewing for UX jobs are often riddled with easy-to-avoid mistakes. Here’s 7 pieces of advice for doing well on your next UX interview.

Guide to Finding a UX Mentor

This UX mentorship guide comes in two parts. Part 1: the variables of mentorship to consider. Part 2: exactly how to find a UX mentor

Should You Take Time Off Between Jobs?

When I was transitioning into a UX career, my mother advised me: “Don’t quit your job until you’ve got another job lined up.” Sounds…

Top 10 UX Portfolio Best Practices

Ten UX portfolio tips to help you showcase your user experience case studies and work in the best possible light.

Two Common UX Career Paths

If you’re looking for a UX job, there are two primary UX career paths to explore: technical and managerial. Which one is the best for you?

How to Get a UX Job with No Professional UX Experience

Tactic #2: Don’t throw away your existing experience. Shape it.

5 Hidden Sources of UX Portfolio Projects

How to generate UX experience with your own self-initiated design projects.

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