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3 Ways Your Ego is Sabotaging Your UX Design Skills - and How to Fix It!
Writing something for UX designers after a while. So, no small talks. Let's dive right in.
That’s for the cover image, but without any further adieu…
1. You Can't Handle Feedback
When you think you're the superhero of UX design, it can be tough to take criticism from others. You have been working for the last 4-5 years in the industry to know enough.
But listen up my friend, you have accumulated some ego while marching on this journey as well.
Tip: Don't be a babuji and brush off feedback!
Instead, take it as a chance to improve your design and learn something new.
2. You're Too Jhootha About Your Design
When you're convinced that you're the real king of UX design, you might not want to try out new ideas or take risks. You have no room for experiments and you have
Tip: Don't be a kanjoos!
Keep an open mind and experiment with different tools and techniques. You never know what might be the next big thing!
3. You're Not Communicating Your Ideas Properly
If you're too lost in your own thoughts, you may struggle to explain why you made certain choices or how your design solves specific user needs.
Tip: Don't be a bheegi billi!
Develop strong communication skills and learn how to articulate your ideas clearly and effectively. Use diagrams or flowcharts to help illustrate your thought process.
Don't let your ego get in the way of your UX design skills! Remember to take feedback with an open mind, stay curious and explore new ideas, and communicate your ideas effectively. By doing so, you can create designs that truly meet the needs of your users and become the Bahubali of UX design!
One small note!
To save yourself from bursts of ego, make sure that you collect feedback in form of reviews from your clients or peers post any project. You can do this seamlessly with Rivista.
Head over and get yourself a free account today.