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Want to become a UX designer or enhance your UX skills? Adhere to this information on how to become a UX designer to develop an excellent profession in the UX area. Join the ExpertX Training Institute which includes basic principles of UX, and some suggestions & sources to help you on your way of becoming a UX designer.

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how to become a ux designer

How to Become a UX Designer

Would you like to become a UX designer or enhance your UX skills? Adhere to this

information on how to become a UX designer to develop an excellent profession in the UX

area. The following blog includes basic principles of UX, and some suggestions & sources to

help you on your way of becoming a UX designer –

What is a UX Design?

People often ask “What is a UX Design?” By definition, UX is designing for the user’s

experience by enhancing usability, interaction, accessibility, and emotion. The term UX

design allows us to reframe what a contemporary web designer does.

A UX designer is someone who understands how users interact with software and focuses

on those users when designing a product.The actual specifications of a UX designer vary

based on the company they work for, but this wide experience includes:

Conducting User Research

Site Architecture



User Testing

UI Designing

In a smaller organization, a UX designer may perform all of these tasks, but in large teams

the responsibilities will usually be divided into specialties. These various designations

include UX Researcher, UX Designer, Information Architect, and UI Designer.

Becoming a UX Designer

The actual method for how you can become a UX designer will vary a bit depending on

where you are currently in your career. A high school student with no experience will

probably have to do more learning on their own, attend a school, or find an internship. If

you’re already employed as a graphic or web designer you might be able to use some

opportunities on the job to start moving in the direction of UX design. No worries where

you’re at, you can choose from these general outlines to improve your UX skills.

Learn the Basics of UX Design

Do The Work

Find Your Strengths

grow your knowledge build a portfolio

Grow Your Knowledge

Build a Portfolio

When you’re starting off in one of these new areas, you’ll probably not turn out the best

work. That’s exactly what you want. You need to be exercising until you’re at the point that

you can sell that skill, and it doesn’t come overnight.

Pick one of these areas to get started:

Start wire framing:If you’re currently implementing your design work without any

wire frames, add it to your process. Try wire framing some complex tools to get a lot

of practice (e.g. a login system, a donation form, a social media site).

Do some research: Do you have any active websites? Try learning how people are

using them. Ask family or friends to use them while narrating their thought process

and watch. Resist the urge to be defensive or try to point out what they should be


Learn a new tool: Ultimately learning the concepts and putting them into practice

is more important than any individual tool, but when applying for a job it’s good to

see that you’ve got some knowledge with at least some of the key UX tools.

Here are some more great ways to continue your skills growth:

Start a project – choose something challenging and this will rapidly accelerate your


Read articles from the UX community

Try new design tools

Share your knowledge with others by blogging, answering forum questions, having

conversations on social media, or sharing work with your co-workers

Become the part of the community – find events or participate in online


Attend a conference – this is worth doing at least once to increase your passion for

the field, meet others, and learn


Having UX Designer as your job title is easy. Getting your head around the full process takes

time. Study, learn the tools, read a lot, do projects, get your portfolio out there and get a job.

Enjoy the journey as it is a unique time to be a UX designer.


Expertx Web DesignTraining Institute in Indore enables a student to become highly

successful in their career. We offer not only Training but placement opportunities for

fresher and experienced BE, B. Tech, MCA, BCA students. We would recommend students to

attend risk free demo at ExpertX to understand whether Web Designing is the right career


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