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. 

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