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What I have learnt during my first year in a software house as a UI Designer…

A few months ago I was asked to share my design experience with a graphic design student. It was an opportunity for her to get to know what it takes to be a UI Designer in a software company. So I started thinking about the most useful advices which I would share with a UI designer at the beginning of the path. In my mind immediately raised thoughts about design consistency, design workflow, team communication and several others. Moreover, I have realised that these topics are basically the most valuable things which I have learnt or sharpen during my first year in the company. Continue with reading at ► original post...


You can find there 5 elements which in my opinion should be the foundation for every UI Designer

1. DESIGN WORKFLOW,

2. DESIGN CONSISTENCY,

3. SOURCES MANAGEMENT,

4. TEAM COMMUNICATION,

5. SOFT & OTHER SKILLS.

The article was originally published in A Designer’s Thoughts by Brett Mazoch.

The article was written by Břetislav “Brett” Mazoch while he was working as a designer in England. He moved there from the Czech Republic to follow his traveller’s dreams and work passions which are UX Design, Web/UI Design and Front-end Development.


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