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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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UX/UI Designer V.S Web Developer

To all professionals reading this post, thank you for your precious time! I just started my journey in coding (HTML/CSS/Javascript) three months ago, I love it and I experience the so-called 'flow' state when I'm coding. (definitely a great sign!) I was wondering if you could share some career advice or your experiences in the tech industry? Why did you choose to become a web developer rather than a UX designer or UI designer? (or vice versa) Thank you so much! #computer-science #computer #technology #UX #UI #WebDev #Webdeveloper #HTML #CSS #JS #Designer #Career #Coaching #mentorship #Women-in-tech #computer-science #information-technology

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What are the steps needed to be a UX designer?

From your experience and journey to a UX designer, what online resources & bootcamps you have used to get where you are right now? Which bootcamps or online learning platforms you would recommend for a person w/o much prior knowledge in coding and programming language? Thank you! #technology #computer #computer-science #design #computer-software #UX #industryprofessionals #UserExperience #Jobs #career #coaching #mentoring # #programming #UXdesign

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What to study for a potential career in either marketing or UX design?

I'm already a psychology major and 1.5 years into my program. My program requires me to declare a minor and I'm currently torn between economics and design (specifically web design/development) and these are probably the only paths I can godown if I want to graduate on time. Whilst I know that economics is the "safer" option and is generally considered better for job prospects, I feel that design teaches more hard skills and is probably more practical whereas economics is really just theory. Any advice? #art #design #career-choice #programs #technology #marketing #UX #UXdesign

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