At the beginning of a UX designer's career, mock projects can be a great way to demonstrate technical skills and gain experience with tools like Figma. These projects are typically created in a vacuum and are not based on real-world user needs or feedback, making them a great way to practice the design process and experiment with different ideas. However, more than mock projects are needed to make a compelling portfolio. Here's how to get around this.
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Over the past years, I interviewed 100+ mid-level or senior UX and product designers. I always look for these three skills during a portfolio review or a design exercise.
To get you started, I put together some CSS snippets that will take you a long way.
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A plea for more designers to be data driven and validate their assumptions.
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