Pranava talks to us about UX design job interviews and current trends around them. As the startups are growing exponentially, the hiring processes are changing up a lot, in a good way.
Pranava shares with us easy-to-execute tips for creating a UX Design portfolio that shows your work efficiently and makes you stand out. Do watch the complete episode for greater insights.
Pranava shares with us tips on how to write a UX Design case study and what all steps and processes should you or should you not include in your case study.
Oishee talks about aspects recruiters look for in a designer while hiring them. Recruiters and Design Managers look for a different perspective for the same kind of role, and recruiters mostly don't know about UX.
Oishee's case studies are some of the phenomenal pieces of work one could go through. In this one, she takes us through her process, preferences, and mindset while working on a case study and how to show the best of your work.
A lot of beginners in the UI/UX space just don't start working because they have a misconception that, even if they have the skill but don't have a design degree, nobody would hire them. And trust us, it's really a misconception! Oishee in this clip talks exactly about that and her perspective over it while herself being from a prestigious design college, NID.
As a beginner, one needs to develop their mindset, framework, and mental models around design and their work. In this one, Luca talks about some rare "resources every designer should know, not just a beginner but each and every one. Takes notes while watching this one!
Building & maintaining a design system are two different things, maintaining one is something where obviously the designers but the developers get involved and too. Luca talks about how they tackle this process at Netflix and his mindset around the system.
In this clip, Luca shares his learnings and tips on building a scalable Design System.
Tarun & Ansh discuss how Naval Ravikant's podcast series of "How to Get Rich" have impacted their work and personal life.
While planning to build a startup, people don't realize that things don't shine all the time. Tarun talks about his misconceptions about the startup world he wishes he knew when he began his career.
When you're running a startup, you have to manage and look through a lot of aspects. Doing this could really drain a person a lot. In order to avoid that and maintain a good management pace, being mentally strong and building resilience is very essential.
Being an avid reader & learning a lot of life skills from books, Gaurav shares list of books that have impacted his life the most.
Gaurav talks about how Procol managed to raise 5 Million Dollars and what was the story behind it.
Gaurav shares his story of transitioning from top companies to starting his own company, Procol.
Thalita suggests her list of Top Design resources to break into the UI/UX space and ways to grow in it.
Balancing Life and Career is a critical skill that people miss out on, it's never easy to do it all. Thalita talks about how we can find the right spot to find the balance to avoid the FOMO around these instances.
Designing for an application with millions of users and a lot of numerical data is very stressful. It's critical to take all the decisions and make it all right. Thalita here talks exactly about how to handle stress and deal with things and challenges better.
Designing for scalability is often a trade-off process, if your idea is cool then your scalability factor decreases. One needs to find a sweet spot between these two aspects, Debashish talks about that in this clip.
Debashish shares his experience and process of transition from Computer Science to UX Design. For a lot of CS students and graduates wishing to switch to UI/UX Design, this clip will get you started with the transition!
Knowing how to land on that one job or grab that one opportunity is a skill. Depending upon how you do it, it can change your trajectory!
Considering how the tech world is growing so exponentially, Speculative Design is a discipline every designer out there should be practicing. It is a design practice that is concerned with future design proposals of a critical nature.
Kalyani shares how she is a generalist and recognizes overlaps in her design skills while collaborating.