There’s many ways to learn new things: From books, from class or from experience. Finding great designers who share their experiences is worth a lot - and frankly, there is no better place for that than Youtube. Here are 5 Youtube channels worth checking out for UX designers:
As a Youtube veteran, the UX designer from Tel Aviv has been posting videos almost daily for years now. Some are opinions, some more vlog-style, others really valuable design lessons are design critiques. If you are just starting in UX design or expanding your horizon, make sure to follow Ran Segall:
V/A is a design manager at Tesco who started his channel to help his design team learn something and level up. The channel is not for his team anymore and a great place to come looking for inspiration and insights from working with big brands in UX:
The team behind AJ&Smart did not only invent the Lightning Decision Jam, but also made the Google Ventures Design Sprint big. Their Youtube channel is for everyone who is looking to learn about workshops, design process and killing brainstorming meetings.
What is life as a designer like? Tiffany let’s you into her professional life, being very honest about taboo-topics like imposter syndrome or burn-out fatigue - and how to deal with them:
A product designer from Kuala Lumpur, Rachel shares her experience with UX design, helping beginners to become better designers. A must for everyone who is just starting out in design.