Craig MacDonald, Emma Rose, Cynthia Putnam
Working in UX can sometimes feel like climbing a mountain in a snowstorm. Just getting started is a daunting task; with so many things to learn and so many ways to learn them, where does one even begin? Then, just when you think you've finally got a solid footing, you find yourself fighting to keep your balance with the ground constantly shifting under your feet: There's suddenly a new tool to master, or a new technology to learn, or a new process to adopt . Teaching UX can feel the same way. Insights We are three college professors…
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