So you’ve graduated from your 4-5 years of study in an art/design school. Now what?
I’m writing this thinking that most of you who will read it are from my circle of friends and colleagues (meaning we went to school and graduated together. Thank you for sticking by). I’m sure there’s a side of you who wishes to improve your design work. I’m certain there’s a part of you that wants to see the creative work you’re capable of. In order for that growth to happen, we need to be students again.
What are you actively trying to improve? How will you do it?
What we learned with The Habit Factory is that learning is not restricted to school environments. We don’t need the traditional education model to be the backbone of our career’s success.
We’re launching a new workshop in the upcoming year. It will be for upcoming UX designers and UX researchers who want to take their craft seriously (there’s no sign up page for it yet, but this is a heads up that it’s coming). If you know of anyone who might be interested in beginning a career within the UX field, they can subscribe to our newsletter (at the bottom of the website) for workshop updates.
More on the workshop to come soon!