Never put off studying for tomorrow and don't try to save money and time because the best investment is an investment in yourself.

How did you get started in UX design?

When I was a student, I loved modern technologies and dreamed of being part of their creation. Since then, I have been learning the basics of design step by step and trying to improve my skills in creating digital products. The first important step on my design journey was working at a US startup, where I participated in designing a SaaS product.

What was the biggest challenge for you in learning design?

It was difficult to distinguish between different areas of design and to build a clear plan for studying material relevant to them. For example, it was very easy to start learning about mobile app patterns without finishing accessibility, but the acquired knowledge was difficult to consolidate and keep in the mind.

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What brought you to Uxcel?

It struck me as an unusual, structured, and fun approach to learning UX design on the go.

What do you like most about Uxcel?

The fact is that this is not a typical university course or a bunch of articles on the topic of design. This is a clear system for studying and consolidating knowledge. I also love that Uxcel is a community where you can grow.

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

Never put off studying for tomorrow and don't try to save money and time because the best investment is an investment in yourself.

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