The things I learn in my UI/UX design journey. Part 2.

You CAN’T become a UI designer, without learning first the UX side.

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Hi there! This is the second part of a mini-series, where I share the things I learn on my journey to become a UI/UX designer, so hopefully, you will have a smoother road than me.

If you want to read the first part, here it is!

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Hi, I’m a UX/UI designer, with 3+ years experience in graphic design. Here I share my experiences and tips to help people break into this creative field.

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Ali Stoica

Ali Stoica

Hi, I’m a UX/UI designer, with 3+ years experience in graphic design. Here I share my experiences and tips to help people break into this creative field.

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