“What Skills do UX Hirers Look for in an Applicant” for Interaction Design Foundation

I recently participated in an online course for the Interaction Design Foundation focused on “What Skills do UX Hirers Look for in an Applicant.”. Check on the class “Become a UX Designer from Scratch”.

What you’ll learn:

  • An introduction to the main areas of user experience work, and why it matters
  • The various UX roles in an organization
  • How to create UX deliverables—with downloadable templates on creating personas, customer journey maps, prototypes, and many more
  • How to go through the five stages of the design thinking process: empathize, define, ideate, prototype, and test
  • How to build a UX portfolio as well as land yourself a UX role
  • The confidence to work with clients as a UX consultant

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