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User Experience Design Career Development – Part 2: Beyond the Path

Monday, February 22nd, 2010
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In my last article, I talked about our career path for UX designers. Developing something like that for your organization, while a

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User Experience Design Career Development – Part 1: A Formal Career Path

Monday, February 15th, 2010
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User experience (UX) design has a reputation for being both hard to get into and hard to progress from. I talked about how to get into UX design in my last article, so now I want to talk about where you go once you get in. In some ways, this is actually a harder problem. There are books that introduce you to UX design but none that really show you how to branch out once you’ve established yourself as a UX designer. Fortunately, I work at Evantage, where in 2006 Mary Donnelly and I helped management and HR to define a comprehensive UX design career path. I’m going to share it with you here and then discuss some 5 mg original brand cialis other options to consider in a follow-up article. (more…)

Getting Started in User Experience Design

Monday, November 16th, 2009

In the past few months I’ve taken on two and-a-half mentees through the Information Architecture Institute’s mentorship program (two are local, one is remote… sorry Tyler, I know you’re a full person!). This has got me thinking even more than u

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usually give out on this topic. I hope this is useful for you, but if you feel like I’ve missed something there’s a comments box at the bottom. ; )

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