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Safiyah1438 views

UI design question

i just got my bachelor's degree in graphic design and I want to be a ui designer. I was wondering wheres the best companies that hire junior ui designers

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Pearl983 views

As an artist, how can you ask your clients better questions to gain a deeper understanding of their needs?

I mean, if they ask you to design something, what kind of questions should you be asking?

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How do I become a UI designer with no experience building apps?

I have worked in design for about 10 years, I'm thinking about taking the google ux certification course or maybe a design boot camp but not sure how I will get real world experience when everyone hiring wants real world experience not volunteer or bootcamp projects.

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Anthony947 views

What should be included in a portfolio review for a product design interview?

I just finished my UX/UI bootcamp and I'm wondering what advice you have on what makes a compelling portfolio review for a Jr. Designer.

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Anastasiia751 views

How to build portfolio for ux/ui designer role?

How to build portfolio for ux/ui designer role if there were no real life projects. Maybe some tips on where to start, how many projects to include, and the best way to present them

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Melinda3007 views

Software engineer vs. UI/UX designer?

I think I want to become a software engineer or a UI/UX designer. Is there a career that would encapsulate both these roles? Also, many engineering focused schools, such as Purdue, offers a wide range of specific majors like computer science, UI/UX design, web design, etc. I know that computer science is a really competitive major. Would majoring in UI/UX design (or another niche major) and taking courses or coding boot camps be more beneficial (in terms of getting accepted into that college and working as a software engineer or UI/UX designer later on)?

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