- This means that you have a reliable base, but still have the opportunity to go outside your comfort zone in the meeting with the client, she says.
- I started as a developer and UXer but noticed after a while that UX was where I wanted to focus my time, she says.
- Since we are a small company, you get to be involved in more than just your own main area of responsibility. We all help each other to sell and produce great products for our users. You get to broaden your skills, learn from others and get more freedom in your role than if you work at a larger company where the areas of responsibility are often more niche, she says.
- It's an extremely fun challenge because our clients often have very complex tasks. To find the best solutions, you need to do a lot of research and learn the industry.
- All this is done in digital tools, it is my job to make sure that the tools are easy to use so that the experience for the viewer is as good as possible.
- I arrive at the office shortly after eight. The mornings are spent together with my design colleague where we brainstorm ideas and file prototypes based on research done the day before.
- Therefore, the afternoons are usually reserved for meetings. Then we have reconciliations with the customer, hold interviews or workshops with users and stakeholders or plan the work ahead.
- It's mostly about will and level of ambition. The culture is open, between the design and development teams many have switched roles.
– If you for example want to become a more senior developer, designer or salesperson, we have a budget for skills development that can be used to go to conferences or attend new exciting courses.
- Many of my colleagues started their career here with their thesis and then stayed, she advises.
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