Mehek Kapoor

As the year 2021 is starting, let’s look at 21 lesser-known UX processes, that will help you bring a fresh approach to your designs in the new year!

a man looking at the wall full of notes and post-its. Image taken from Unsplash
a man looking at the wall full of notes and post-its. Image taken from Unsplash
Image taken from Unsplash

1. Abstraction Ladder


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In this story you will get to know about the struggles of getting a job, the perks that the government provides, the benefits of being in Europe, the salaries, the taxes, the healthcare-costs, the work-life balance, retirement benefits and more…

Image of Amsterdam, clicked by Piotr Chrobot on Unsplash
Image of Amsterdam, clicked by Piotr Chrobot on Unsplash
Image of Amsterdam, clicked by Piotr Chrobot, published on Unsplash

Netherlands is a small, calm and peaceful country. It supports gender equality, it is a strong supporter of the LGBTQ community, and many people here identify themselves as atheists. …


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You might know the theoretical difference between a junior and a senior UX or product designer, but do you also know how to present yourself as one, when given the opportunity?

Image from Unsplash (Co-Women). A woman holding a mug
Image from Unsplash (Co-Women). A woman holding a mug
Image from Unsplash (Co-Women)

All designers are expected to work on tools like Adobe XD, Sketch or Figma at the end of the day. But what really makes the seniors different from the juniors? Is it only the number of years of experience on paper? Let’s know the truth.


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In this story you will understand whether you should join a big tech company or a small start-up, based upon your current situation, your experience level and more.

If an organisation is investing their money on the candidate, the candidate is investing his time, a part of his life on that organisation.


Story of a Dutch prime minister who faced the anger of the mob, by becoming their meal!

Johan de Witt and his unfortunate end
Johan de Witt and his unfortunate end
Johan de Witt and his unfortunate end


The Family Portrait of Nelson Rockefeller
The Family Portrait of Nelson Rockefeller
The Family Portrait of Nelson Rockefeller


A Rubik’s Cube lying on a desk. Photo by Alvaro Reyes on Unsplash
A Rubik’s Cube lying on a desk. Photo by Alvaro Reyes on Unsplash
Photo by Alvaro Reyes on Unsplash

Never assume that your users know what they want


Diogo Alves’ head preserved in a jar in formaldehyde solution, in the University of Lisbon
Diogo Alves’ head preserved in a jar in formaldehyde solution, in the University of Lisbon
Diogo Alves’ head preserved in a jar in formaldehyde solution, in the University of Lisbon


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Photo by Ferenc Horvath on Unsplash

Without which, you are just another run-of-the-mill designer who changes his/her resume on as-needed-basis for different job openings.


Getting a job

In this story, I will discuss the critical points in a CV or a resume, while applying for a job, and how does the hiring manager analyzes a profile and decides whether to select or reject a candidate?

Image Credits: Unsplash (image of a resume, lying on a laptop)
Image Credits: Unsplash (image of a resume, lying on a laptop)
Photo by João Ferrão on Unsplash

Mehek Kapoor

I raise my voice, write my opinions on different topics, and also work as a Product Designer on professional front!

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