Times are tough right now, and looking for a design job when you’re fairly new to the role is even tougher. There is so much we can be doing to improve our odds of getting hired, like doing some freelance work, personal projects, networking virtually, updating our portfolios, etc.


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After looking through probably about 100 different job descriptions for UX/UI/Product/Experience designer roles, it’s clear that they all require essentially the same grouping of skills — conducting user research, building out wireframes, communicating design decisions clearly, prototyping, etc. Pretty standard requirements of a designer.

There’s no doubt that these are…

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