My name is Jeffrey Humble, and I'm a user experience designer living in Berlin, Germany. In my opinion, UX Designers should be Humble. I’m lucky enough to have a last name that reminds me of this every day. There is truly no place for an ego in UX design. In this field, you have to be extremely open-minded, collaborative, curious and always listening. While egotism is all about the attachment to one’s own ideas and opinions, UX designers validate their designs against actual users instead of their own opinions.
UX should always, always, always, keep the end user top of mind.
UX shouldn't make people think about the experience. It should be invisible.
UX shouldn't focus on features. It should focus on simplicity and usability.
User experience designers take a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to the design of user interfaces for digital products. It integrates interaction design, industrial design, information architecture, interface design, user assistance design, and user-centered design, ensuring coherence and consistency across all of these design dimensions. User experience design defines a product’s form, behavior, and content. I am working constantly to stay up to date on the latest UX tools and practices because that is my passion. I have the experience to take a project from the research phase all the way into iterative phases of development. I prefer user-centered design projects with unique challenges that offer the chance to surprise and delight. I enjoy challenges that are complex, and for most of my career I have been designing solutions for enterprise-level platforms in the business-to-consumer space.
If you have a project or an opportunity for me, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org