The case study is an important part of the UX designer’s portfolio. It’s often our first opportunity to make a lasting impression on hiring managers and recruiters.
Below, you’ll discover a list of questions to aid in the creation of your next case study. I hope this guide empowers you to confidently tell the story of your work!
What challenge(s) did you set out to solve, whether for a business, or for society as a whole?
Why should this matter to the reader? What’s the bigger picture?
What made this project interesting for you to explore as a designer?
How long was the project? (e.g. 2-week…
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