2017 has been a busy year here at The UX Review and we are only in May! So much so I thought it was worth doing a quick roundup and telling you more about what’s been happening and where we plan to go next. Here are some highlights:
We follow the journeys of some of our UX Mentorship Program mentees each month as they learn about UX and work towards getting their first UX jobs. This months mentees Ellen Henderson Twitter: @ellen_hen LinkedIn Tara Lee-York Twitter: @taraleeyork1 Linkedin Fabiola Borquez Twitter: @fabi_borquez 1. How
Becoming a UX designer when you have no experience may seem like a lofty goal at first. We chat to Cuong Lu who made the transition from physiotherapist to Junior UX Designer and learn about how he did it. 1. You’ve had quite a varied career
What is the discovery phase? The discovery phase of any service design project is one of the most important and one of the most intense. You start understanding the service as it currently exists (if it does) and where you want it to end up.
With the new year fast approaching and 2015 almost leaving us it’s a good time to take a step back and reflect on what has happened over the previous 12 months. And what better way to do that with some festive stats from The UX