Choosing between university-affiliated UI/UX courses and bootcamps is a pivotal decision for aspiring designers. Which one is better for you?
Discover why transitioning into UI/UX design is a smart move. Learn how to compete in a competitive market and overcome experience gaps.
Did you recently graduate from a UI/UX bootcamp with a design portfolio but not hearing back from job applications? Or did you take the famed Google UX Design Certificate course or bought a course on Coursera, left without real projects and struggle to compete with in an increasingly saturated design job market? You are not
This article features over 100 design resources (such as articles, blogs, podcasts, shows, books, mockup templates and color tools) that you can use to take your work to the next level.
The Google UX Design Certificate has 600,000 enrollments, but more and more students are falling out of love with it. Why is that the case?
What tools should aspiring UI/UX designers use to build their portfolio if they want to stand out in the competitive job market?
Most career changers look into UI/UX bootcamps and compare the pros and cons during the research phase — but what is really important?
Most UI UX design bootcamps fail to get students the job they want. So what type of programs actually work?
Founder and CEO of Path Unbound, Stella Guan, had the chance to talk with one of her previous students, Oren Dayan, who is a UX designer. Dayan believes that learning about visual design can be a great asset for UX designers, even if they just dabble in it.
There are many different ways one can transition to a UI/UX design career from another profession.