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Why Proper Project Documentation is Important for Building Your Portfolio

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One of the hardest things you will ever do as a UX designer is build your portfolio. You have to represent yourself gracefully and find a compelling and aesthetically pleasing way to lay out your case studies to show employers who you are and what you can do well as a UX designer. That’s already pretty stressful, but if your deliverables aren’t organized and easy…




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Jenn Andrades

Jenn Andrades

I am a Latina UX Designer who loves traveling with friends, trying new restaurants, reading comics, and analyzing tv shows & movies for fun.

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