Struggling with imposter syndrome is common in the design world. Here is my story of how I overcame it.
Your first feedback call can be nerve-wracking, but it doesn’t have to be! These are the steps I took to set myself up for a successful call.
UX hiring doesn’t just begin and end with your portfolio.
When it comes to updating your portfolio, it’s often a time-consuming admin task — but it doesn’t have to be if you start a work journal.
Products and services all over the world are working alongside their users and customers to help create awesome experiences, but are we forgetting the same empathy in our personal lives?
Finding a job in a new city can be tough, but moving overseas and landing a role reveals new challenges like culture and networking. This is an account of my experiences, plus some advice to give you a head start in your journey.
It’s one thing to know the right questions to ask your users, but are you asking questions to understand the product you’re working on?
Choosing where to work is never black and white.
Some of the most common questions answered on how a remote UX Designer role works in the real world.