How do you learn UX?
A while back I wrote a post about what a user experience really is and got some interesting responses. Many of my readers were interested in how they can learn UX.
I slowly realized that I really didn’t have a way of helping someone start their journey with UX-design. It’s more of a way of thinking than a checklist of ‘things’, right?
In this week’s post, I share my way of thinking and boil it down to five points that are crucial to understanding and designing user experiences. Some may even change the way you see the world!
This week’s favourite:
Why have I been led to believe that carbs are evil? Highly processed grains and added sugar are bad, not because they are carbohydrate, but because they’ve been robbed of nutrients, they raise insulin levels, and they’re often high in added fats, sodium, and weird ingredients. Carbs are not evil; junk food is evil. The Last Conversation You’ll Ever Need to Have About Eating Right