In a sentence, imposter syndrome is when you feel like you’re a fraud (in your professional field), and that everyone is just about to pick up on that and fire/abandon/ridicule you on the spot. In this article, we share how to overcome that feeling in order to be successful at work.
Dale McRae started out in the print industry, eventually transitioning into digital design and UX. Since then, he has worked at agencies including Tribal DDB, Usability Matters, and as an in-house designer at Varagesale, and the NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications. McRae shares his journey into UX and advice for people transitioning.
If you’re considering a career in UX design, it’s important to have clear expectations on what you’re getting into. UX design is a rather broad field and there are a number of different responsibilities under the UX umbrella. In this article, I’ll explain what the specialty roles are within UX, and what sorts of things they encompass.
How do you set yourself up for success in your new gig from day one? Keep these 11 tips in mind to make the most of those important first few weeks.
Given the demand and average salary, transitioning from graphic design to UX could be a career move worth pursuing. To help you make an informed decision, we’ll explore the following topics in this article: what user experience is, how graphic design skills translate into UX Skills, and a roadmap for graphic designers to become user experience designers.
Career transitions are not a walk in the park, and although graphic design and UX have many overlapping or transferrable skills, designers will face challenges along the course of this transition.