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User Experience, UX Analytics

User Experience Researcher – A Job Guide

Starting a career in the user experience (UX) research field is a decision that more and more people are making nowadays. Better understanding of what the job means and why it is important has grown substantially in the last few years. So if you’re just starting on your career path or looking for a change, this might be just the right choice for you. A position as a UX researcher comes with many benefits.

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February 26, 2020

User Experience, UX Planning

The Right Interview Questions for Hiring a UX Designer

Hiring anyone can be a tough task, and if you're hiring the user experience (UX) designer who's going to be responsible for how your website, service, or product works, you definitely want to get it right. To do that, it's essential to ask the right questions. Here are our top UX interview questions, plus a guide to the answers you should be looking for.

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January 6, 2020

Content Planning, Content Planning Guide

10 Questions to Ask Your Social Media Manager

Almost everyone uses social media in some capacity. Between 60-80% of U.S. adults use Facebook and/or Youtube, for instance. And 20-40% of people say they use Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Twitter, WhatsApp, and/or Reddit. 3.48 billion people use social media—some even argue that we’re seriously addicted to it. So, it’s no wonder social media is an attractive tool to marketers.

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August 14, 2019

User Experience, UX Planning

How to Create a Slick UX Design Portfolio in 2020

If you’re just getting started in user experience (UX) planning, then there are a couple of things you need to get hired: a portfolio that wows, and a resume that makes you look your best. But how do you get this done when you don’t have a lot of experience? It's a vicious cycle. Potential clients and recruiters want you to have experience, but you can't get experience till somebody hires you.

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February 20, 2019

Content Planning, Content Planning Guide

10 Checklist Tips for an Optimal Web Design Proposal Template

Congratulations! Your web design experience has brought clients to your door, asking for your services. And no doubt, they’re requesting specific functionality, design preferences, brand direction, and more in their request for your expertise. Often, these requests come in the form of an RFP, or a request for proposal. RFPs sometimes proceed RFIs, or request for information, which is the process of learning about your design process, communication with clients, troubleshooting, and more.

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January 25, 2019

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