10 UX Designers Share Lessons Learned

T.J. DeGroatT.J. DeGroat | 1 minute read | June 28, 2019
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UX designers are known for their openness to newcomers and willingness to share information. This is reflected within our own user experience community, which sees working professionals mentor aspiring UX practitioners, helping to train the next generation of UX researchers, UX designers, and product designers. We recently turned to these mentors, plus some other user experience experts, to find out what they wish they had known earlier in their careers. Not surprisingly, they were delighted to share.

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UX Lessons learned

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These are just 10 of the 21 lessons shared in our ebook “Lessons Learned: 21 UX Designers Share Key Insights.” You can download the entire collection of UX lessons learned for free here.

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T.J. is a writer and editor waging war against unnecessary capitalization. You can follow him on Twitter @tjdegroat.