The UX Careers Handbook

Cory Lebson

June 1, 2016 by Chapman and Hall/CRC
Reference - 282 Pages - 54 Color
ISBN 9781138958678 - CAT# Y206998

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Features

  • Features interviews and personal stories from a range of industry-leading UX professionals to show readers how they broke into the industry, stayed with it, and evolved with it.
  • Accompanied by a companion website that provides readers with featured articles and updated resources covering new and changing information to help them stay on top of this fast-paced industry.
  • Provides worksheets and activities to help readers make decisions for their careers and build their soft business skills and portfolios

Summary

The UX Careers Handbook offers an insider’s look at how to be a successful User Experience (UX) professional from comprehensive career pathways to learning, personal branding, networking skills, building of resumes and portfolios, and actually landing a UX job.

This book goes in-depth to explain what it takes to get into and succeed in a UX career, be it as a designer, information architect, strategist, user researcher, or in a variety of other UX career specialities. It presents a wealth of resources designed to help readers develop and take control of their UX career success including perspectives and advice from experts in the field.

  • Features insights and personal stories from a range of industry-leading UX professionals to show readers how they broke into the industry, and evolved their own careers over time.
  • Accompanied by a companion website that provides readers with featured articles and updated resources covering new and changing information to help them stay on top of this fast-paced industry.
  • Provides worksheets and activities to help readers make decisions for their careers and build their own careers.

Not only for job seekers! The UX Careers Handbook is also a must-have resource for:

  • Employers and recruiters who want to better understand how to hire and retain UX staff.
  • Undergraduate and graduate students who are thinking about their future careers
  • Those in other related (or even unrelated) professions who are thinking of starting to do UX work


 

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