Upgrade your UX interview skills (for free)

Here’s the simple truth only savvy professionals  understand – if you want to upgrade to a new job, interview skills are invaluable.

Interview skills give you insane return-on-investment for your effort. These skills help you get paid more and change to a better UX job.

What’s included in the mini course?

Huddle includes 5 core lessons that will permanently upgrade your interviewing skills. These lessons will be dripped out over email every couple of days, so that you get the advantage of learning in chunks:

Lesson 1: Why most designers suck at interviews
Understand the core reasons why designers struggle with interviews, and why interview skills are worth investing in.

Lesson 2: The Anatomy of a UX Interview
Learn the underlying structure of interview stages, and adopt a new mental model for interviews.

Lesson 3: How to Impress Interviewers
The counterintuitive quality that interviewers look for, that most job applicants ignore.

Lesson 4: Learn the 4 Types of UX Interview Questions
Get educated on the types of questions that you’ll see over and over again in UX interviews.

Lesson 5: Top UX Interview Mistakes to Avoid
Leverage the mistakes of other designers (myself include) to avoid common pitfalls in the interview process.

Winston, UX Designer said…“Huddle is showed me how little I knew about interviews, and how easy it is to get an advantage with just a few good strategies and tips.”

Why is Huddle free?

My articles about UX interviews are some of the most popular on this blog. Despite that, I still get tons of emails and questions about the UX interview process. Instead of answering a bunch of 1-off emails, I discovered that students retain knowledge through with an in-depth mini course.

For those who get value out of Huddle, I have a special offer for my full-fledged course, Master the UX Interview. That one costs money, but it’s only for students who want to seriously invest in their interview skills. That’s why I’m not even linking it for sale here.

I always aim to make my free content better than paid content elsewhere, and reserve my paid content for the 1% of designers who are ready to upgrade their careers. So, are you ready?

Enroll in Huddle now

After subscribing, you’ll get your first lesson as fast as Mailchimp can send it. Look for a message in your inbox from uxbeginner@gmail.com.

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See you on the other side,

Oz, founder of UXBeginner.com
Questions? Email me at uxbeginner@gmail.com