This is such a great and humorous read. UX doesn’t stop on the job. True UXers live it.
If you are thinking about a career in User Experience (UX) you may be drowning in all the areas you can specialize. How do you decide? User research? Content strategy? Visual design? Code! Metrics? Service design? Information architecture? Search Engine Optimization?
Apply UX Techniques to everyday activities
Every day you have an opportunity to try different UX techniques. I’m not going to suggest building your own mobile app, redesigning a well-known website, or designing a t-shirt for a cause. Those are terrific ways to establish your portfolio once you know what you want to do.
Instead, I’m going to encourage you to try an unconventional, low-cost, and beneficial activity that will help you explore UX specialties like content strategy, information architecture, and user research: Clean and organize your refrigerator.
What does cleaning your refrigerator have to do with a User Experience career!?!?!
The first steps in cleaning your refrigerator are a lot like conducting a content inventory and audit.
You have to decide…
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