How did you get started in UX design?

I wanted a career that had a good balance between analytics and creativity. Engineering just wasn't fulfilling this for me. I also wanted something I could potentially do remotely, so I started looking toward digital design. I stumbled across UX Design through Charli Marie's YouTube channel and haven't looked back since.

What was the biggest challenge for you in learning design?

Finding structured learning resources. Being a scatterbrain, I needed to add some structure to my routine to ensure I was moving forward with my learning and not sideways.

What brought you to Uxcel?

I think it was recommended to me as a resource from either an article, YouTube, or ADP List.

What do you like most about Uxcel?

Uxcel UX design courses are very well structured in terms of design and content, which is good to see considering its audience! The platform also includes references for further learning and ways to track your progress.


Any advice for those who are looking to improve their design skills?

{Tweet}"You get as much out of it as you put in."

I would advise those who don't already to look into ways to effectively manage their time. This has a knock-on effect on any UX skill or hobby you are trying to learn/improve.