Imposter Syndrome is something that so many professionals aim to overcome. However, the expectation that at some point it goes away could not be further from the truth. The key to dealing with Imposter Syndrome in your career is to stop trying to overcome it and instead embrace it.
Learn how to create your UX portfolio, navigate the job search, and prepare for interviews.
It's not enough to know the software, trends, and talk the talk. If you want to stand out as a professional, grow your career, and be able to influence and impact your team and company, then you must develop skills that go beyond the basics.
The speed at which you get interviews is dependent on how much you apply a little UX to your actual job search.
The format of your UX portfolio can make or break the experience that recruiters and hiring managers have when using your portfolio! You must step back and consider the full experience of how people will experience your content from the first interaction to what you might present in a job interview.
People keep telling you to "tell a story" about each project in your UX portfolio. But you still aren't sure HOW to write an actual UX case study. This article breaks down the 5 step process to write a UX case study for your portfolio.
Be honest, did you consider the UX of your UX portfolio website? What you write about each project is equally important as how you present it visually. Recruiters and hiring managers are judging you on your projects and the UX of how you actually present them in your portfolio.