I am from Mexico City.
When I was in college I had a programming class where I read “Don’t make me think” by Steve Krug and also had a sneak peak on what suer experience was. I was so fascinated on how you can manipulate users by the composition, placement and wording and wanted to be part of that.
Before starting the UX UI Bootcamp by luck I landed an UX UI position, at my current job. When I got there I was supposed to start with a manager as well. Because life the seniior position wasn’t filled and I was left trying to learn and work and decided I needed guidance.I’d followed Zander for some time by then and checked the programs. I don’t regret a thing. I’ve learned so much and applied so much of the bootcamp to my professional life that I can say it’s been all really worth it.
Memorisely’s virtual classes are GREAT. Take it from someone who had to take college virtual classes and hated them. I swear I don’t even feel they are two hours.
My favorite part was how the bootcamp was structured. You don’t end up with just a bunch of definitions and exercises. You actually build a case that if you don’t have any previous experience it’s GOLD.Something that really surprised me was the community that Memorisely has.
I struggle a lot with consistency. I see so many cool things that I want to try everything and sometimes it doesn’t make sense. I have to take a step back, think clearly and ask myself it it’s good for the product
I usually work out in the morning, take German class, work and then Bootcamp 💕
Figma, Calendar, Dribbble, Behance, Pinterest, Pomodoro Timer, Soundcloud, Spotify.
The Microsoft Design System is so 😍🤤.
I am team electro or low-fi music for working, there’s no in between haha.