Most of tech recruiting is currently not built to look for great talent. I’m not interested in ping-pong, beer, or whatever other gimmick used to attract new grads. The fact that I don’t like those things shouldn’t mean I’m not a “culture fit”. I don’t want to work in tech to fool around, I want to create amazing things and learn from other smart people. That is the culture fit you should be looking for.
….J. Garett in his book “The Elements of User Experience” singles out five main stages of UX design: strategy (what and how the product must do), scope (‘must-have’ product’s features and elements), structure (interaction of information), skeleton (interface elements and interaction goals integration), and surface (product’s appearance).