UX Practitioner Survey
The purpose of this questionnaire is to uncover the experience of current practitioners in the User Experience Design (UX) discipline to leverage their advice for prospective and junior UX designers.
What city do you reside in:
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What state do you reside in:
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What is your job title:
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What company do you work at (if you feel comfortable sharing):
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If applicable, what previous education experience do you have:
If applicable, what field is your education experience in:
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If you have education experience in a UX program or a university, what was your degree in (if comfortable, also share from what institution):
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Describe in as much detail as you feel comfortable, your career path and how you got to where you are today:
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What interested you about the UX discipline (e.g. why have you chosen this career path):
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What are the most useful or valuable lessons you have learned about the UX discipline:
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What are the most useful or valuable lessons you have learned about getting a job in UX:
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What were your biggest struggle(s) in securing a job in UX:
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What are the tasks/skills you use on a daily basis in UX:
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How has UX evolved since you started in the discipline:
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Where do you see the UX discipline going in the future:
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What are the skills junior designers are lacking coming out of a trade school or 4-year institutions?
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What are the most important things junior UX designers need to showcase to get a job in UX:
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When hiring new UX practitioners, what do you look for in applicants:
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What tips/tricks might you recommend for UX applicants (e.g. in portfolio, resume, cover letter, etc):
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What would draw you to hire someone on the spot:
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What expectations should junior designers coming into UX have:
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What advice would you give to someone looking for a career/job in UX:
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Is mentorship important (and why)? What is the best way junior designers can approach senior designers for mentorship:
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What question(s) might have been missed here? What else would you like to say:
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