This is the blog of Joanna Ngai. I frequently write about design, creativity, technology and share anything that I believe that might be of interest to others. You can always read the latest here.
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Whether you’re just starting off your design career or a seasoned pro looking to get involved in growing the design community, mentorship can be a helpful starting point. Share and receive career advice, polish your portfolio, interview techniques and develop leadership skills by getting connected.
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Here are some things I wish I knew before starting my first few design jobs:
Part of your growth as an early designer is to build out a portfolio of work. If you’ve just graduated, it’s ok to have your portfolio be composed of mainly student projects.
It’s more important…
Nowadays, there’s a growing number of UX conferences (gone virtual) that deliver sessions on a range of topics from UI design, usability, interaction design, front end design, branding, career growth and research, in every single format imaginable. …
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Feedback from customers have a tendency to bounce between extremes, you’ll either hear from those who hate your business with a burning passion or are delighted fans (hopefully it’s the latter).
Customer support often has to be the receivers of bad news and deliver gentle words in difficult and emotional…
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Due to ongoing challenges of COVID-19, we’ve decided to make some changes to start this planning cycle on the right foot. Though change is difficult, it will help prevent future inefficiencies from harming our agile processes and strategic innovation strategies.
We are announcing the following changes, effective immediately: