Why I’ve taken a massive pay cut to study Front End design & development

Grace Snow
May 3, 2018 · 6 min read

Are you sick of ‘bodging it’?

Because, the thing is — just like with skiing, actually — the more you know, the more you realise you don’t know.

Step 1: Carve out some time

Step 2: Make a plan

There are some really good quality resources out there, and if someone’s worked hard to create them for you, please recognise that they are worth paying for!

Organising my learning programme

My first pass at a learning programme — made using Trello

Organising my resources

Pages saved in Toby, organised by session

Organising my time

Step 3: Execute plan

Day 1: Office set up day, hurrah!

IKEA desk schennanigans
Finished desk set up. Every workstation should have a plant. Fact.

Grace Snow

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UX designer & front end developer in Liverpool, UK. In 2018 I went part time so I could level up my skills from home. Join me on the learning journey…

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