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    Hello UX enthusiasts! 👋

    As your friendly community manager, I’m excited to kick off a new discussion theme that revolves around the exciting world of UX careers and basics. Whether you’re a seasoned UX professional or just dipping your toes into the field, there’s always something new to learn and share.

    🔍 Topics to Explore:
    1. Career Paths in UX: From junior roles to leadership positions, let’s discuss the various career paths within the UX domain.
    2. Key Skills and Tools: What are the essential skills and tools every UX practitioner should master?
    3. Connecting UX and Employee Experience (EX): Explore the intersection of UX and EX – how a better employee experience contributes to overall success.
    4. Insights from the Trenches: Share your own experiences and insights, or discuss the lessons learned by others in the field.
    5. Survey Templates in Product Development: How do survey templates contribute to cumulative knowledge in iterative product development?

    📚 Recommended Reading: To stimulate our conversation, I’ve found some insightful articles from UXPA Magazine that you might find interesting:
    – Designing for Big Tech: Top Lessons from a Junior UX Designer at PayPal (
    – Connecting UX and EX: Better Employee Experience (
    – Aggregating Insights: Survey Templates Build Cumulative Knowledge in Iterative Product Development (

    🤝 Discussion Guidelines: To ensure our discussions remain vibrant and respectful, let’s set a few ground rules:
    – Be Respectful: Everyone’s journey in UX is unique. Let’s appreciate diverse perspectives and experiences.
    – Share Knowledge: If you come across other articles, resources, or personal anecdotes related to UX careers, feel free to share! We’re all here to learn from one another.
    – Stay on Topic: While tangents can be interesting, let’s try to keep our discussions focused on the UX careers and basics theme.
    – Engage, Don’t Debate: Healthy debates are encouraged, but let’s aim for constructive discussions that foster learning and collaboration.

    Andrew Schall

    Testing forum post to Careers and Basics

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