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5 Science-Based Tips to Improve Your UX Learning Process

5 Science-Based Tips to Improve Your UX Learning Process
Illustration by Gleren Meneghin

Learning something new from scratch is no easy task, especially in a multidisciplinary field such as UX with the overwhelming, and often conflicting, amount of information available online.

Learning strategies can be used to enhance the learning process for both educators and learners, but what does “learning” involve?

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Stories and insights from the design community.

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Ana Santos

Ana Santos

Design Program Manager & UX Educator with a background in design and neuropsychology, advocating for user-centered education http://ana-santos.com/welcome

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