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  • Finally, I take my first step into #uiux design! :) Super glad to share my first pilot with you all ✨

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  • Finally, I take my first step into #uiux design! :) Super glad to share my first pilot with you all ✨

    @adobe_xd #dailyui #001
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  • Learning everyday about design👨‍🎨
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  • Who is a Full Stack designer? What kind of skills/expertise does one need to have to call him/herself like that?

I’ve was thinking for a pretty long time that a full stack designer is one who can create mockups and code them out. And yeah, it all included UX phase, UI phase and mostly HTML/CSS part of front-end development

But in recent few years, I was highly involved in research and problem definition stages. In addition to that, I’ve co-founded a startup and encountered high involvement in idea validation, pre-launch activities, grow, marketing, ads, etc. And that brought an understanding that only is able to create beautiful mockups and even code them - isn’t a full stack design process. It’s really important to be able to connect all the stages of the product creation process and bring a common experience there as a full stack designer

1️⃣Research (Pitch decks, brand, market research)
2️⃣Pre-launch (Idea validation, landing pages)
3️⃣Build (UX, UI, Front-end)
4️⃣Launch (Marketing, PR, Ads)
5️⃣Grow (Growth hacks, monetization)

Let me know your thoughts, drop me a comment!

Thank you 👋
  • Who is a Full Stack designer? What kind of skills/expertise does one need to have to call him/herself like that?

    I’ve was thinking for a pretty long time that a full stack designer is one who can create mockups and code them out. And yeah, it all included UX phase, UI phase and mostly HTML/CSS part of front-end development

    But in recent few years, I was highly involved in research and problem definition stages. In addition to that, I’ve co-founded a startup and encountered high involvement in idea validation, pre-launch activities, grow, marketing, ads, etc. And that brought an understanding that only is able to create beautiful mockups and even code them - isn’t a full stack design process. It’s really important to be able to connect all the stages of the product creation process and bring a common experience there as a full stack designer

    1️⃣Research (Pitch decks, brand, market research)
    2️⃣Pre-launch (Idea validation, landing pages)
    3️⃣Build (UX, UI, Front-end)
    4️⃣Launch (Marketing, PR, Ads)
    5️⃣Grow (Growth hacks, monetization)

    Let me know your thoughts, drop me a comment!

    Thank you 👋
  •  580  21  14 July, 2019