May 16, 2019 · 1 min read

Documenting my experience earning a masters degree in UX

I graduated from college 15 years ago. Why did I decide to go back to school to pursue my masters in User Experience? I’m still solidifying that answer so I won’t be telling that story today.

Instead I’ve been asked by a professor to document some of my learning along the way. I wish this was required of me early on because it has been a very interesting and fun experience. I have worked on some incredibly cool projects and have worked with a number of other talented UX designers and researchers. So far it’s been worth it and there’s plenty of valuable insights I could share that I wish I had during the process. Oh well.

I have such little time to get my thoughts out and blog about them so these are going to be short and sweet. Maybe I’ll fill you in on what the last 6 months has been like but that’s going to take me some time.

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