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?
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 time at the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment in Oakland, CA, aka the Video Game Museum. It made me think of my childhood, and the reason why I wanted to study computer science — making games.
My favorite quote of the day: perfection is a goal, not a destination, by my coworker Mark Gilbert.
Explanation: perfection is something that we should strive for everything every day, that’s how we get things done well. However, it’s impossible to be perfect at all times. Sometimes we reach 80%, sometimes 50%, sometimes 30%. Striving for perfection doesn’t mean we can’t make mistakes. We should not be too upset to move forward because of not achieving it, either. We should do our best to maintain a high quality consistently.
As a user experience designer, aside from being a advocate for user needs and business objectives, should be a good communicator among different teams, especially if you want team onboard with your design decisions.