Taking a coffee break? Then plug in your earphones and let this episode play! By the time you have finished your coffee, you will have learned something new about UX Design. This is UX Anudeep! I am UX Designer and a mentor who has helped more than 12,000 students kickstart their journey into UX Design. Welcome to my podcast, UX Coffee break, A not so bookish UX Podcast. In this podcast, I share the very same things that have helped a lot of my mentorship students get their first UX job. So enjoy your coffee and start your learning!
How to have insightful conversations? - User interview tips
21:08📢 Improve your interviewing skills and gather valuable insights with UX Coffee Break! 🌟 🔍 Learn the art of asking open-ended questions and conducting effective user interviews. Explore bias-free framing, leading question avoidance, and prioritizing questions. 🗣️ Interviews are more than just yes/no questions. Discover the art of conversation, fostering engaging discussions, and utilizing questionnaires as guides. 💡 Uncover impactful problems, not just common issues. Drive positive change for individuals and businesses. 🚀 Join UX Anudeep on this journey of professional growth. Hit that subscribe button and never miss an episode! 🎉 #UX #UserResearch #InterviewingSkills #ProfessionalGrowth --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/uxanudeep/message
Navigating stakeholders in B2B SAAS UX Design
21:04In this podcast, UX Anudeep discusses the common problem of UX designers not being able to validate their designs and get feedback due to time and budget constraints. Anudeep provides guidance to a student who works as a UX designer and is facing this issue. He explains the importance of understanding the stakeholders' constraints and how to prove the value of UX design within those limits. He also advises the student on how to navigate the industry and play the game, while not compromising on UX design principles. Additionally, they discuss the possibility of changing jobs and how to showcase one's work while working under NDA(Non-Disclosure Agreement). This podcast provides useful insights for UX designers looking to improve their work within the constraints of their organization. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/uxanudeep/message
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How Junior UX Designers Can Ask Questions and Contribute to Projects
26:34In this episode of UX Coffee break, UX Anudeep will guide you through the importance of asking better questions to solve user problems in UX design. He will show you how to ask the right questions to understand the root problem and develop better strategies to solve them. UX Anudeep explains the two parts of asking better questions, first validating yourself by finding the good questions you are asking already, and secondly, becoming enthusiastic and curious by using the 5 WHYs technique. He emphasizes the importance of going beyond surface-level conversations by asking questions about why, how, and what. UX Anudeep provides real-life examples, such as a project to increase retention and converting readers on a novel reading app to writers, to illustrate how to apply the questioning technique effectively. He also shares his knowledge about product documentation, PR-FAQs, and journey mapping to help you break down problems and come up with solutions. By the end of this episode, you will have a better understanding of how to ask better questions to solve user problems in UX design and improve the user experience. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced UX designer, UX Anudeep will provide you with valuable insights and techniques to enhance your skills. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/uxanudeep/message
This is why UX Internships matter!
21:55UX Coffee break is a collection of insightful snippets from UX Anudeep's mentorship program, providing valuable UX knowledge for aspiring designers. In this episode, UX Anudeep will discuss the importance of internships for freshers and UX designers. Anudeep will start by debunking the myth that experience is more important than potential for freshers, and explain why showcasing potential is crucial for landing internships and future job opportunities. Anudeep will then delve into the benefits of internships, both for companies and students, and why it's recommended to join a company with a special role that offers opportunities for experimentation, rather than a big MNC with low pay and limited scope. As Anudeep focuses on UX designers, he'll explore why internships are particularly important for this field and how they can help build a strong portfolio. He'll also provide tips on how to utilize internships effectively, such as offering value to others, building connections, and increasing activity on your portfolio. Finally, Anudeep will reveal the secret trick of increasing your profile views by commenting on posts and engaging with others on your portfolio. Whether you're a fresher looking to kickstart your career or a UX designer looking to enhance your skills, this video is a must-watch to learn how internships can be the key to your success. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/uxanudeep/message
Why UX case study templates don’t work?
34:56UX Coffee break is a collection of insightful snippets from UX Anudeep's mentorship program, providing valuable UX knowledge for aspiring designers. In this podcast, UX Anudeep answers some of the most common questions about portfolios and case studies, such as whether building one means filling out a format and what a formula portfolio in UX design entails. He then moves on to discuss the right way to approach a UX portfolio or case study, and what we can learn from existing formula portfolios. You'll also learn why it's crucial to tell your story in your UX case study. UX Anudeep also addresses some common concerns that UX designers may have, such as whether overthinking can be detrimental to the design process. He explains why doing a low-fidelity prototype can be beneficial. Lastly, he explores how UX designers should receive and reflect on feedback, and why this is such an important part of the design process. Whether you're a seasoned UX designer or just starting in the field, this podcast will provide you with invaluable insights into creating an impressive UX portfolio and case study. So, tune in and start improving your UX design skills today! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/uxanudeep/message
Is UI design only about colours and typography?
35:57In this episode of UX Coffee break, UX Anudeep addresses the following questions: Should a UX Designer focus only on UX or UI as well? Can we call ourselves UX designers without doing UI? What is the true meaning of UI design? How can one become good in UI? Does UI design include colors, typography, iconography etc? What is the job of a UI Designer? The right way to approach UI Design How can one improve their UI skills as a UX Designer? What are all the interactions the UI designer has to design for? --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/uxanudeep/message
When you don’t want to fake personas and ideas
26:21Listen to this podcast to get insights on: 1. How many personas should a UX designer create? 2. When we take inspiration from other apps is it plagiarism or Jacob's law is applicable? --- Stay tuned to UX Coffee break to learn UX on a daily basis and eventually, crack your UX interviews. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/uxanudeep/message
How to make sure your portfolio represents you in a UX interview?
32:38Listen to this Podcast to get insights on👇 👉 How to make sure your portfolio represents you in a UX interview 👉 How to present the solution in your case study. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/uxanudeep/message