Hey Fabricio Teixeira, please take a look at this story — it’a a nice piece in a larger discussion on this topic. I think you might be interested in including it on uxdesign.cc. I think it might lead to something interesting in the future, regarding better communication and deeper understanding between UXers and devs.
Yeah, it’s a funny thing, writing something awful. It’s funny, that’s all.
I’m quite new at writing. I published stories here on Medium that got 1k views in one day and I have some that still have 5 views after three weeks. It’s baffling to look at the stats.
Marcelo, hi! I think the best way to start is to get a general overview of what the entire UX Design process looks like. Once you get that, you can then refine and expand your knowledge of each part and drill down slowly into details. I’ve written an article on that:
Thank you for the mention, Rachel! 😄 I think when it comes to mutual understanding, both sides need to know of the other’s process/workflow. Most importantly, how the other side thinks while working. What methods do they use to come up with the deliverables (be it wireframes, or production code). So I wanted to show how programmers think about…
It’s a very rewarding job, UX. You get to do so many different things in it. No wonder you might be interested! I never considered myself to be anyone but a developer and didn’t expect myself to change my job. But life showed me other things :)
Thank you for sharing your knowledge! I think it should reach a larger audience. In my opinion, that’s a great base for a separate story where you share practical tips on how to organise and plan your learning process, the lessons you’ve learned while doing it and the approach you took to fix any issues that you’ve…
Hi Peter! I read your story with interest, as I’m an ex developer myself. I’m happy you took the opportunity to make good use of your time and pursue your goal.
I think your example is the one that should be more commonly applied. I mean, you took the time to learn and you made efforts not to speed things up. It’s very…