“I’ve seen a lot of people that just have come from liberal arts backgrounds, philosophy, English and have found interesting ways of getting into it,” says Lubling, who is in his second decade practicing UX after coming to it from a computer science background (he was also employee number one at Razorfish). “I don’t think the background matters all that much.”
The UX of Hiring for UX Positions
Dan Maccarone

As a former clarinetist (B.M. cum laude from UMass Amherst) + seasoned UX Designer…I concur. :)

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