So, you’ve completed your UX Design course, you know your UX fundamentals and what good user experience looks like. Your portfolio is filled with your best work and you’re on your way to starting a Career in UX Design as you begin to apply for your first ever UX role. But, you still feel uneasy. This is completely normal, especially when you learned UX Design from scratch and have no experience in a full-time role yet. In fact, this phenomenon has been identified to be Impostor Syndrome, which many of us unknowingly suffer with.
What can you do then, as a new designer in the industry, to ensure that you thrive in this career and enjoy the benefits that being a UX Designer brings? There’s no better place to hear the answer to this question from than experts who have made it in the industry themselves. In this article, 2 expert UX practitioners from 2 well-known companies will be sharing their advice for new UX designers. If you’re interested in becoming a UX Designer with no background but have yet to enrol in a UX Course, check out what you should look out for when choosing your UX Course.