My previous one was a heart/gut wrenching experience as I was struggling to transition from the traditional UX role to a new way of working. It’s part leadership-by-learning (from a thousand mistakes). It’s part ‘letting go’ of the things that I don’t need to control. A new way to just be. To allow for others to participate in the creation of the User Experience.
It is very easy to ‘get caught up in the noise’. That is — sometimes, the details overshadow the core- or- the root of why you are doing something in the first place. When you can get to the root of a problem, magic happens.
I am a UX (user experience) designer by trade. I’ve officially been doing so for roughly 5-6 years now, so not a lot of time, but not a small number of years nor experience either. Presently, I am actively looking for a new group of people to make wonderful solutions with. I’m excite to venture out and get outside of my comfort zone!
There is this one question that I am getting asked a lot when interviewing:
“What is your process when you do UX?”
Well isn’t that a question to grind your teeth on…
After working a few days directly on a tiny touch device, I’m feeling a little cramped in Blend and am spending about as much time moving window panels around as I am styling controls.
Rather than doing a partition to my hard drive, finding another machine, or pleeing with the powers that be to give me a new monitor which has HDMI support and sitting on my hands waiting for that to come through – I’m Parallelsing it!