There is no fixed count to the number of projects you need in your UX Design portfolio. It’s all about quality rather than quantity when creating a portfolio. If you are absolutely fixed on the number of projects you want to present, keep it to the minimum. Anywhere between 3-5 projects are more than sufficient. […]
Why should I do UX and UI design after graduation?
You don’t really need to do a UX/UI design course after graduation unless you are absolutely interested in getting into the field of design. No one’s forcing the other to jump into the UX design rat race. It sure is a trending field of choice at the moment, but just because someone is doing it, […]
What is the eligibility criteria for a UX/UI course?
If you’re thinking of taking up a UX/UI course for graduation, then you get a degree in design with a major in UX and UI design. If you want to take up a UX course after your graduation, normally it’s preferred if you have a previous degree in design or engineering (preferably, not essentially). Frankly, […]
What is the best UX Designer course to start off with?
There is no real “best” UX Designer course. There are plenty of resources online to pick up the nuances of UX Design. Some of the courses one can check out are: You can check out IDF’s (Interaction Design Foundation) courses. They have a large number of courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced users. All their […]
Is UI better or UX – The Most Preferred Choice for Project
Both cannot survive without the other. A good UI can fail if the UX is really not up to the mark and so is the reason why UX is important. Making a super cool interface with all the latest trends and interactions will not really matter if ultimately if the UX or the experience for […]