It has been roughly a month now since I’ve graduated from grad school. With some time to reflect and recover, I thought it’d be a good idea to look back on my experience.
When I’ve first heard about Google opening up a hardware store in Chicago’s Bucktown during mid-October, I was very excited. I’ve been following Google’s development for quite some time now in the industry. I, myself, am a big fan of…
It’s no joke when it comes to balancing school and work. It can be difficult, and I have a hard time myself. How do any of us do it? Sheer willpower of course! As true as that may sound, there’s more to it than sheer willpower.
The term “Experience Design” itself is still relatively new. While experience design can involve user experience design, it is much more than just the user experience. It focuses on the emotions that drive a user to use a product and the impact it lives behind.
Trying to figure out how to best represent yourself and your brand can be challenging. This hands down was one of the hardest decisions I’ve made in a long time, but it is also one of the best.