Originally captured in a Google doc, these are some of the notes I made for myself when I first made the decision to pivot my career trajectory towards UX/UI Design. I did this research in the first part of the UX/UI Design Certificate Program I took at BDA, and it's mostly resume and portfolio ideas.
This seems like a good article to start with:
as a multidisciplinary designer with a focus
on experience design and art direction i can
bring the ruckus, noise, inspiration, creativity, pain, etc.
"Leaving off dates or titles can raise hiring managers' suspicions that you're trying to hide something, which, in all probability, you are."
Apparently I invented something that already exists:
This page was last updated: 4-16-2020