One of the biggest struggles every UX/UI designer faces is information overload. Because there is information explosion, it is natural that we get into analysis-paralysis state. This is the worst situation that a UX designer can go through because there are tons of information out there, but you have no absolute plan to how to make use of these information to progress in your UX career.
How do I know?
Because I have been through your situation when I was starting my UX Career. Then I resorted to very expensive, time consuming and slow trial and error process.
My approach at that time was so slow that I would learn and try a particular topic or technique for weeks, and then i realize that in the real world, as part of the real project, this technique is rarely used or only a subset of the technique is used. And I would drop that technique and proceed to the next. But hardly anyone told me what are the things that I needed to focus and what are the things I need to strengthen to fast track my UX career.
This frustrated me a lot.
And I know you are in a similar situation where you are confused and frustrated about what to learn, what skills to acquire and what to practice to progress consistently in your UX career.
I really don’t want you to go through the time consuming frustrated UX career journey that I had. To make things easy for you, I have created a framework course that clearly lists out:
- The wrong beliefs that a UX Designer might have about building UX Career
- Ways to address and break the myths
- Tactics and Techniques that worked for me in my UX journey that started from the bottom as a junior UX designer to the top as UX Manager from start ups to mature design teams.
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 1 hour
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 117
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes