It’s nearing a year since I started working in a design agency, and found myself interested in becoming a UX designer. I felt very lucky to get this opportunity, considering it was my first working experience, and I did my best to show the managers that they didn’t make a mistake.
During the last year, I acquired a lot of knowledge by completing multiple courses, being mentored and supported by my colleagues, and engaging in discussions about different topics and trends.
Also, I gained plenty of practical experience while doing all that. I started with smaller tasks, then moved on to more complex ones, and also got an opportunity to collaborate with other colleagues on various projects.
By the end of the year, I was almost independently managing the entire UX process for a client, with only the team lead’s supervision.Below, I wanted to point out ten tips that helped me start and some I am still trying to adopt to achieve even more this year.