Why Junior is Better
Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Quinton Prince Updated and stylish resume, check. 2. LinkedIn profile with professional headshot, check. 3. Well-designed portfolio demonstrating past projects, check. 4. Defined and personalized UX process, check. 5. Sexy post-it note affinity maps, check. After months or even years of study, a designer is ready to break out of their cocoon and tackle the User Experience field and make their mark. Despite having crossed all your t’s and dotted all your i’s, there’s one response a designer is almost guaranteed to hear.