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Why UX Designers Should Learn Visual Design

If you’ve been avoiding visual design, you may be missing out

Visual design is a skill that some UX designers may not consider important enough to learn because they’re afraid that they might not be great at visual design or they simply don’t want to take the time to learn a new skill.

Founder and CEO of Path Unbound, Stella Guan, had the chance to talk with one of her previous students, Oren Dayan, who is a UX designer. Dayan believes that learning about visual design can be a great asset for UX designers, even if they just…

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