Technical training is a great place to be: instructors get paid well for teaching domain knowledge to large companies (who have dedicated budgets). But how do you get your foot in the door? In this episode, Reuven Lerner — a famous trainer, author, and consultant — gives us a detailed introduction into the industry. You’ll learn what the training process looks like, what kind of knowledge you need, and how to land your first training gig.Read more
How do you switch to UI/UX from another design field? What do you need to learn, and how? Today our guest is Nick Babich, the editor-in-chief of UX Planet, and we walk through all the steps in such transition. You’ll learn about the skills, tools, methods, and resources to fuel your UI/UX career.Read more
What’s the best way to teach design skills? How do you connect theory with practice? Today our guest is Jarrod Drysdale — designer, writer, and author of multiple educational products. You’ll learn what makes a good course, how to show-and-tell, and why it’s difficult to capture the real-life design process on screen.Read more
Video is rapidly gaining popularity as a training format. But no shortcuts here — it’s hard to produce! Today we’re getting together with Ed Vinicombe, the founder of UXClub.com. He shares the story of his UX training platform, and gives us an overview of his production process. You’ll learn how to start shooting videos, how to prepare content, and how to behave in front of the camera.Read more
Exciting news! I’m going to London August 27—September 3 to do a series of training events. Please find event details and book your tickets below. (more…)Read more
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