UX Reflective Journaling Week 7

UX Reflective Journaling Week 7

Welcome to the grand finale of the beginning?

After seven informative, hope-filled weeks we made it. Well, at least we made it to the end of the first term of UX. I learned a lot about human psychology as it pertains to products. I learned that the thing I do when I make a mistake because I am too used to something, is called a slip. I learned that good design is making something that is easy to use, aesthetically pleasing, shouldn’t need a manual and is ever-evolving.

Deiter Rams

As I march on full steam ahead, I hope to take a deeper dive into the user experience. And hopefully, come out of the other side with the ability to create something useful. I think that we as design ambassadors, have a duty to not only create flashy amazing work. But that we also have an obligation to give of ourselves, to leave something behind that has an impact on the world around us. Cheers.

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Jan Morris

I am what some would call a "jack of all trades. I enjoy all forms of creative expression, I believe everyone has a story to tell and it is all worth listening to. My true passion lies the pursuit of creative knowledge and understanding.

For once you have tasted flight you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards, for there you have been and there you will long to return. -Leonardo da Vinci

Jan Morris a "Jack of all trades" worked with small with businesses, start-ups, Fortune 500 companies, and globally renowned industry leaders. His skills include Photography and Photo Editing, Web Design and Development, Video Production and Editing, Branding and Identity Design, and digital design deliverables.

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