My advice and approach to working as a UX designer and freelancer.
Here’s how I construct my UX design project proposals so clients have everything they need to know to hire me.
Here’s what I did to update my self-published book to improve the content, the cover, the sales platform, and more.
Here’s the list I give people when they ask what ideal things they should look for when interviewing UX designers.
My advice on working from home successfully, without getting distracted or burning out.
I explain the three main reasons I don’t display a UX porfolio on my website, and what you can use instead.
The very important but not-so-obvious lessons I’ve learned over the last four years of working as a remote freelancer.
Delving into the three reasons why people without design backgrounds actually often make better UX designers.
Here are a couple of key methods I use for working openly and sharing with clients that I find help me be an evidence-based designer and a better person to work with.
A step-by-step guide to my process and the tools I use at different stages when running evidence-based UX design projects for clients.