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To me the best way for non-UX professionals to get started is to think about UX issues in their own field/area of expertise. It is the reciprocal situation when a UX professional works on a problem outside their knowledge domain, and need to acquire knowledge on top of their existing skills to solve the problem. The advantage you have is the domain knowledge ...


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The simple answer? Do some UX stuff. Your suggestions above will work: read some books, do your research. However, there is nothing I can recommend more than actually doing some practical experience. Perhaps get in touch with some UX designers or companies and ask them if they could give you some ideas. That said, there's also a lot to be said for sites ...


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Disclaimer: this is a somewhat opinionated answer. The reason "design" irks a lot of people is because it generally implies visuals. One's experience is however not something that exclusively relates to what something looks like. It's about structural, angles, contexts and much more. Hence why I prefer UX architect. The difference here is that ...



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