Tel-Aviv, Israel 🇮🇱
It’s such a fascinating realm. You get to dive deep and explore the product you work on from different angles and come up with new ideas that can make a change. And of course, there’s nothing more satisfying than to see the final design and impact you made.
I took the UX/UI class because I wanted to broaden my existing knowledge. Even though UX/UI is not strange to me, I wanted to take a step back and gain a better understanding of this world, while sharpening my skills. It’s really important to stay up to date in this field since it’s dynamic and keeps changing over time.
It is FUN! I had high hopes before the Bootcamp started, and they've proved to be true. There’s a great energy and Zander encourages me to think, and ask questions.
My favorite part is when we started to work with Figma. It’s such a powerful tool.
What surprised me the most is the number of different techniques of brainstorming. I knew about less than half of what we were presented, so it was nice to discover new approaches.
Coming up with the right user flow. It requires a lot of attention and consideration.
Since I work and do the Bootcamp at the same time, I dedicate my weekends for doing homework and reviewing again the stuff we talked about in class. Also, I watch Figma tutorial videos on Youtube, which I find super helpful.
At my apartment, using a MacBook and Wacom, but sometimes I work in a coffee shop.
Apple’s AirPods Max. They produce amazing audio quality and keep me focused.
I love listening to all kinds of tunes, ranging from Funk, R&B, and Pop, but Lo-Fi might be my favorite for design work.