It was 2011 when I started in UX. Overtime, I rebuilt my UX view with countless “aha” moments, through the prism of my work on mobile, space and enterprise UX.
Where did I go and what did I learn?
Disclaimer: 10 is just a number. I’m very much just a learner. I hope by revealing these “behind-the-scenes”, it makes you feel “she did it, so can I” !
I got my first full-time job in 2011 as the youngest designer in Motorola design center. I self-taught AdobeSuite and had an itch to explore designing in the real world.
Flattered and honored, I thought I could share my learnings back to the UX community, after years of visiting UX portfolios like amusement parks and DIYed a couple!
Let’s jump right into it.
What do we love about a great portfolio?
Alongside many highlights a portfolio may shed, the consistency —the conformity in the application of every design choice always fascinates me.
It’s like watching a full pack of personalities unfolds: some are bold and persuasive, some…
As a design enthusiast, I’ve always dreamed about designing my “Yes I do” scene. Finally, I got my chance! (confetti) Though the twist is:
With multiple realities combined—I’m going to design an 800-people-wedding, remotely.
Almost flee, I nervously prepped for 5 months, with another designer’s help (who happened to be the groom, luckily):
We pulled it off!