Something I've Learned From Design That I Apply To My Every Day Life

One of the biggest things you I have to do as a UX designer is keep users informed. When you hover over a button, it’s important that the button changes color to give the sign that it’s being interacted with. When the screen is loading, it’s important to have a status bar so you know how long it’s going to take.

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How I Found Out UX and UI Design Was A Match For Me

I definitely didn’t find UI and UX right away. When I first moved to San Francisco, I was in a self directed learning program called Uncollege.  The point of the program was to dabble in what I'm interested in or good at and then eventually turn that into something valuable. I set goals together with my mentor once a week and then he held me accountable by checking my work and giving me advice the next week. I started doing all sorts of projects based off of my interests in design, art, and psychology. I went where my curiosity lead me. 

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