I am following the Udemy course by Dr Travis.
Sangram Jyoti Bal
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Well if you’re a developer already you may be able to skip some lessons that explain vocabulary of apps etc, but that Dr. Travis course should be helpful because it gives you some actual projects to work on. I may take it myself! I took a UX fundamentals course which explained the process of and what UX really is in terms of user psychology and the research process, but it didn’t tell me how to design products and really use Invision, Sketch, Flinto etc. You should take an in-depth prototyping course that focuses on UI to help you get comfortable with the tools, then I would start developing your portfolio and reading design blogs at the same time. That’s what I’m doing currently. I’m curious why you’re considering leaving software development when it’s such an in-demand position?

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