Numerous projects we have worked at over the years have been awarded and nominated on these online platforms.
What we do best is to create and innovate trough brands that eventually end up being the best on their niche.
If you got something in mind but you need a professional team to work with, here we are.
There are so many benefits of working in the UX field. From the creative process you are part of to the fulfilling feeling you get after you deliver a project. No to mention the high salary.
Probably we all know why you should become a UX designer,and that’s not why we gathered here. But how to turn into one is what we want to talk about.
If you’re interested in becoming a UX designer but have no idea how to do it, you are not alone. It’s safe to say that there is no magic formula, in fact many UX designers come from another digital areas, falling later into UX design.
If you want to start a career as a user experience professional, the choice is in your hand. You can make it happen. Let us show you how.
The answer is anyone, it’s such a diverse field that product managers, marketeers or software developers turn into user experience designers. One of the biggest myths out there is that you need your artist skills or some kind of visual ingenuity, but none of this is true. There are no specifications or education needed.
If you’re passionate about interaction, you see yourself as a people person and you have a natural gift for empathy, then you got the user approach you needed.
Solving problems and thinking creatively should be something you enjoy. It’s also important to be flexible, adaptable and a great team player. We see UX design as a team sport so cooperation and interaction are essential.
There are so many factors you should consider when it comes to building a user experience career. Here are some tips that will help you along the way.
This is a general tips. No matter which path you choose, research is essential. Read all about the industry and get a feel for what’s like to work in this field. Books, podcasts, vlogs and blogs can be really helpful. Research as much as you can just to be sure you’ll still enjoy to work as a UX designer.
If you have never worked before as a user experience designer we recommend you to take a course that provides you practical introduction.
After the research part, if you’re still willing to learn about ux, the best thing to do is to take a course. You don’t need a degree, but you need to learn some skills, principles and methods. Reading about it is a good start, however, a course will help you master user experience field.
Here is your golden ticket and the most important of all, the one that can get you a job in the UX design industry.
Portfolios are for everyone who wants a job, not just for those with experience. Managers want to catch up with your vision and skills. If you fit into the office, then you’re in.
Ideally, a course will help you build your portfolio, but if you decide not to take one, make up some brands and just start to develop their user experience design.
The key is how you tell your story. As long as you build a cohesive narrative that shows how you prepared your entire activity to become a UX designer, it doesn’t matter your background.
Redesign your resume to highlight all your UX activities and how you blend user experience into any other job. Framing your previous experience within the context of UX instantly makes you more suitable for the job.
Once you get the job you’ve dreamed about, there are so many paths to explore: UX research, UX architecture or voice design.
It’s time for you to learn the fundamentals and enjoy your first job as a UX designer. Always stay hungry for more and try to grow as much as you can.
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