I went to a wonderful panel event with the theme “Yes, I’m Ready. Getting Women to Believe in Their Own Career Preparedness.”, hosted by Leap.ai. Here are notes from this event & answers from these great female leaders.
You’ve applied a few UX designer jobs. You check your email every few hours to see if there are any interview opportunities. No matter which channel you’ve used to send out resume/portfolio, if the hiring manager likes your info, you’ll head into further conversations.
Chinese version: 《UX设计师美国找工作总结 | 第二弹：面试来袭！？》
You just checked your resume to make sure every “i” dotted and “t” crossed. You polished your portfolio once again. You’re good to go to apply for your next job as a UX Designer. But, where to begin? How can you maximize your exposure to recruiters/HR/Hiring Managers? Which channels should you focus your efforts on?
Chinese version: 《UX设计师美国找工作总结 | 第一弹：简历、作品集投到哪里？》
I told my local Toastmasters club the story of changing my path from studying computer science to design.
So far, I’ve experienced the following airline traveling within the United States: Delta, United Airlines, Island Air (commuter flight in Hawaii) and today Virgin America. It’s hard to say which one I prefer the most.
We had a fun combination of Chinese style pre-wedding events and western style wedding at the chapel.
In China’s time, people are stepping into the first day in the New Year of Rooster. This is a time that everyone sends wishes to others.
Chinese New ear of Rooster is around the corner. Here are some samples I put together. I’ll also teach you how to cut the 囍 character.
I enjoyed a great workshop with my coworkers on at work, how to be candid & helpful when give feedback, and how to better receive feedback. I really love the quote Russ ended the workshop with: “Feedback is not measured by your mouth; it is measured by the listener’s ear.”
I’m glad that my fattest folder had a big weight loss session today.