I learned that being a UX research team of one isn't nearly as cool as it may sound. I completed end to end design on a project that became seemed like it could have legs in the thirsty industry of higher education recruitment—and I don't think there's anything quite like the idea I designed on the market currently— but I'm not looking to be a solo platform founder, so I've started to explore the idea of Tassel as a data-cooperative.
I thought I was good at taking feedback before I started the CareerFoundry bootcamp. When I handed off my first design project to my talented wife (at rezac.dev), I realized I wasn't as good at taking feedback as I thought.
You can read about the hand off and development of the project here.
This image contains the bullet points from above + my name and the signature of a dude called Martin Ramsin who started CareerFoundry, the UX design bootcamp that provided this certification.
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