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Senior Graphic & UI/User Experience Designer was asked...25 March 2019

Do you how to use Adobe XD

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How you become a UX/UI designer.

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The challenge to turn a ideas and concepts into a unique visual identity, who ill attended the customer demand Less

I had a background in arts and had a passion for the digital world and technology, so I decided to mix them together. Less

Condé Nast

1. How do you define UX/design? 2. What is your design process? What are some apps or websites that you love?

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1.Focus on crafting a unique and specific definition that sheds light on who you are as a designer. Use this also as an opportunity to tell a story that provides context for your design perspective. However you define UX, make this a chance to add something personal. I focused my definition around empathy and the importance of understanding the people I’m designing for. It allowed me to touch on my background in psychology, allude to past experiences I had doing anthropological research, and brought to light the importance of designing human-centered experiences. 2.Everyone has a different design process (and that’s okay). What will matter is your ability to describe your process and explain the rationale behind your approach. It’s a good idea to have a standard ‘go-to’ process in mind, yet it’s important to acknowledge your design context. Different UX situations inevitably call for different UX processes. It’s a strength to understand your environment and determine a process that’s best fits for your situation. Ask your interviewer for specifics. Respond to a particular design problem the company is facing or talk about a process you have used in a particular situation. Through all my processes, my one constant is to ask the right questions before designing. It frames the way I approach a problem and guides me toward the appropriate UX strategy and tools going forward. 3.When thinking about this question, consider your audience and have a range of apps/websites that can demonstrate a diversity of aspects you find important to design. When I was interviewing, I chose SquareCash, Lyft, and — all experiences I loved for different reasons. SquareCash represented simplicity in design. It made money transactions painless and solved a problem I didn’t realize I had. Lyft represented a peer-to-peer service that was trust-worthy and delightful and leveraged local communities to foster sharing in my hometown (San Francisco) and beyond. represented a platform for community at scale and had provided a tribe for me no matter where I was in the world. While touching on UI elements, try to paint a picture of your values as a designer. By choosing apps/websites that highlight your interests and elegantly solve your pains, you’ll make a memorable impression. Less

Client Resources

They asked about my experience with certain software and the previous work I'd done at other jobs.

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I told them how much experience I had with Adobe CS and the type of things I had done at previous jobs. Less

Bit Canny

Why fonts look so small ?

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Reason, when I took screenshots from the app, unfortunately the device font size was in tiny mode. Less

Native Instruments

I've applied to a Senior UX/UI Designer position and they asked me what I would do if my position would become only UX.

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I've answered that, since I had applied to a UX/UI position, it's because I would like to do both things. Less


Do you consider yourself a UI Designer or UX Designer?

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Both. But I'm more into brainstorming how the UX works for the user. (Careful with this question) They already have a UI Designer, so say UX. Less


What are you looking to make?

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Ask for less than $90K

Orange Mantra

Mr. Vinit sir asked me tell what is your domain designing or front end developing?

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I only said sir m good in both and i can't judge myself in this, but if you will see my work and give me a change definitely you really love my work. Or mei to coding bhi design kar deta hu. lol Less

Can you do the work you said would take 9 months in 3

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Yes! but it wil walk and feel like it was done in 3 months

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