Valuable Lessons From My Internship at Wish

Since late August, I’ve had the privilege of working as a product design intern on Wish’s Platform team. From pushing pixel-perfect mockups on Sketch to communicating design rationale to stakeholders, I’ve learned a myriad of valuable lessons at my role this fall. Here are my top six:

1. Ask for the projects you want.

Early on, my manager and I scheduled weekly one-on-one meetings to offer a space to reflect on my goals, progress, and performance. During these intimate conversations, I’ve voiced my interests…

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Michelle Chiu

Michelle Chiu

Product designer at Coinbase Growth (190K+ views). Prev Meta Creative X and MongoDB. Tweets at www.twitter.com/michelle__chiu

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