My advice and approach to working as a UX designer and freelancer.
Here's the list I give people when they ask what ideal things they should look for when interviewing UX designers.
I explain why the benefits of an amazing user experience are often hidden, and aren't defined by novelty features.
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 key but not-so-obvious lessons I've learned over the last three years of working as a remote freelancer.
I distill over four years of teaching experience into a thorough guide on how to put together a great workshop (on the InVision blog).
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.
The three simple steps designers should follow to keep both themselves and their clients enjoying the work they do.
A rundown of the things I carry with me every day to practice UX design: from the contents of my bag to the software on my laptop. Includes recommendations of some of my favourite products.