UX Design: The Definitive Beginner’s GuideBest Practices, UX Processes, and Expert Advice.
Every UX designer has the same basic set of skills. What separates the best from the rest is one thing. The best UX designers are also the best analysts. They have the required technical skills, but they also know how to think through a challenging design and apply the right skills at the right time.
Are you ready to be one of the best UX designers in the world?
In this free guide, you’ll learn how to think like the best UX designers from some of the best UX designers around. In UX Design: The Definitive Beginner’s Guide, you’ll learn the thought processes you must apply to every design product you touch. This guide will help you avoid the most common pitfall of UX beginners, thinking that UX is a standalone field of study.
UX is an interdisciplinary field and way of looking at the world that involves making decisions beyond data with humans firmly in mind. Once you understand that, you’re already a step ahead of your peers.
Download this free guide, created to help ux beginners start their careers, now and immediately begin mastering the key to successful UX design — understanding and then applying the right thought processes.
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The best UX designers work well with people. If you can’t collaborate and compromise, you won’t be successful. UX beginners will quickly learn that design is about understanding and working with people, not just designing websites.
You’ll discover UX tips for beginners like these and more:
- How to question the problem tirelessly in 5 steps
- Steps to take to continually learn and then practice new skills, including user testing and research
- Develop a meaningful relationship with a mentor
Here’s what’s in UX Design: The Definitive Beginner’s Guide:
- Chapter 1 – How to Think Like a UX Designer. To be a great UX designer, you must be a great analyst.
- Chapter 2 – Practicing UX: Tasks and Deliverables. Knowledge without experience isn’t helpful, you must learn to apply what you know through practice.
- Chapter 3 – Improving as a Designer Through Others. How to get noticed, be an apprentice, and find a mentor.
- Chapter 4 – Launching Your UX Career. Practical tips to get your career as a UX designer started.
- Chapter 5 – 10 Expert Designers Offer Realistic Career Advice. People are more important than skills, the design inspiration of the London Underground Map, and more.
More Resources to Learn About UX Design
Uxpin has additional, free resources for you to learn more about this topic. Here’s a short list to get you started:
- 5 Tips to Crack Any Job in Web/UX Design. [Blog] How to bridge the gap between where you are now and your dream UX/Web design job.
- Everything You Need to Know About Content Style Guides. [Blog] Content is as important as design visuals, use a content style guide to create consistency. Here’s how.
- Fixing the Enterprise UX Process: A Field Guide for Design Teams. [ebook] Tips and advice to not let the urgent trump the important.
- Accessibility, the Design Handoff, and You![Webinar] We design for people. Tips to make a great user experience for everyone, regardless of their abilities or situation.