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Present your work as case studies. Employers will assume that you have worked as a part of a team so any work you present will need to be accompanied with a detailed description of your part in producing it. You could present some screenshots of a beautiful mobile app but your potential employer will ask themselves "What bit did they do? - are they a ...


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UX and UI are usually misread and confused in many fields. UX Design refers to the term user experience design, while UI Design "its compliment, the look and feel of the application/products".Both elements are crucial to a product and work closely together.Where UX Design is a more analytical and technical field, UI Design is closer to what we refer to as ...


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My recommendation for your portfolio is to show the kind of work that you want to do. No point in using Dribbble or Behance if you're interested in logic and flows - these are great for presenting visual design, but not so much the work behind it. While you've got all that experience, that sounds to me like it's great for a CV / personal website - but your ...


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While it's great to work on a project from scratch UX is also applicable to existing apps and websites. Honestly, wherever you find bad UX you can make a practice project from it. If you're looking for something for your portfolio then the important thing is not necessarily what project you choose to work on but how you document your work. As long as you ...


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The above is all very valid. But I don't think personal works are a waste of time for a newbie. You could, for example, take a well-known site/app with a less-than-stellar customer experience (iTunes, looking at you!), create a critique of the app and then do rough wireframes of some possible solutions. This will show critical thinking about a real world ...


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I will point you to an article that Jared Spool wrote. https://articles.uie.com/ux_practicing/ In it, he says that doing side projects is not considered practice. You will be focused primarily on the deliverable more so than the skill building itself. I think that practicing involves making mistakes and learning from them quickly through feedback loops. It ...



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