48 episodes

This is a show about crafting a badass UX career and refining your UX process to become better at what you do. We'll also talk about applying UX to your life to get more done—with less stress. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/uxhustle/support

The UX Hustle Amanda Worthington

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

This is a show about crafting a badass UX career and refining your UX process to become better at what you do. We'll also talk about applying UX to your life to get more done—with less stress. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/uxhustle/support

    #47: Is Screen Time Impacting Our Designs? with Julie Briggs

    #47: Is Screen Time Impacting Our Designs? with Julie Briggs

    In this episode, Amanda and Julie discuss the impact our screens have on our own health AND the health of our users. Julie shares how screen fatigue impacts our bodies and eyes, tips on how to mitigate those affects, and we discuss ways we can keep this in mind with the products we design!

    Julie Briggs is a virtual fitness trainer and wellness professional. She is passionate about natural and holistic living, which includes minimizing the negative effects screens have on our lives. She’s appeared on the Dr. Oz Show, speaks at workshops and conferences, and leads certifications for other fitness trainers. Julie is developing a digital course on how to create freedom from screen fatigue, in order to restore your energy and reclaim your life. She offers webinars on-screen fatigue, digital eye strain, and posture, to both public and corporate clients.

    Julie also hosts the podcast “Author Your Life,” which is about making bold moves and big life changes. "Author Your Life" explores what it takes to go after your dreams, begin a new chapter, and rewrite your story.

    Fill out this Survey to help Julie with her course: https://forms.gle/qoUL2RKHrPNwFrnD8

    Julie's Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/author-your-life/id1578407210

    Julie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsjulieb_/

    UX Portfolio PowerPlay: https://www.uxhustle.org/uxppp

    Landing Your First UX Role: EMAIL ME @ amanda@uxhustle.org


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    • 59 min
    #46: 2021 Lessons Learned & How I'm Stepping into 2022

    #46: 2021 Lessons Learned & How I'm Stepping into 2022

    I don't know about you but 2021 was a LOT. Looking back, I'm pretty dang proud of all that we've accomplished. This was my first full year in business on my own, our 4th UX Hustle Summit, AND we relaunched this podcast. With all the successes of 2021, there were also some challenges. In this episode, I share the highs and lows and lessons I learned that I'm bringing with me into 2022.

    I also share some of our big amazing goals for 2022 — Hear something that resonates with you? Please email me at amanda@uxhustle.org so that we can talk about it more!

    Interested in leveling up your portfolio as you're entering bigger and better things in your UX Career for 2022?

    For New UX Designers landing your first role in UX: EMAIL ME @ amanda@uxhustle.org

    For Experienced UX Designers: Get on the UX Portfolio PowerPlay Waitlist: https://www.uxhustle.org/uxppp


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    • 37 min
    #45: Personal Branding

    #45: Personal Branding

    In this episode, Amanda shares what a personal brand is and how it can help you in your UX career. Then she shares the process that she's used to develope her own personal brand and how it's impacted her career — both in corporate and within her own business.

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    • 19 min
    #44: Jumping Into New Decisions

    #44: Jumping Into New Decisions

    Feeling like you need to make a change or make a decision, but aren't sure how to start? In this episode, Amanda shares the 3 ways she leaps into new decisions so that you can stop the analysis paralysis or self-judgment. Making a decision doesn't have to be a Herculean effort, it can be experimental and even fun!

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    • 21 min
    #43: UX Through My Partner's Eyes

    #43: UX Through My Partner's Eyes

    In this episode, Amanda interviews her fiancé, Will Cloyd, about what it was like when Amanda transitioned her career into UX design — and then later into full-time business. Will shares tips on how to bring your significant other along on the journey of big career moves and the perspective that he brought (and continues to bring) to Amanda's career.

    Will Cloyd is a high school English teacher and varsity basketball coach. As he's learned more about UX design, he's challenged himself to design better experiences for his students and players.

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    • 41 min
    #42: 3 Ways to Show a Growth Mindset in Your UX Case Study

    #42: 3 Ways to Show a Growth Mindset in Your UX Case Study

    UX Portfolio PowerPlay™, the 6 week group coaching program taking your portfolio from cookie-cutter to uniquely you, is now open until November 13: https://uxhustle.org/uxppp

    In this episode Amanda shares her 3 ways to show a growth mindset in your UX case study and why it's important for your job search.

    Follow Amanda on Instagram: https://instagram.com/theuxhustle and https://instagram.com/amandamworthington

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    • 12 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Jess Jovanovich ,

Fantastic!!

Sooo much good info in each episode!! Amanda knows her stuff! Definitely recommend tuning in!!

IDer interested in UX ,

Great podcast!

Sophia is a great, fun host with a strong background in the field. I love her honesty and her fun interview style. I would definitely recommend this podcast to anyone interested in UX.

Ali Kimm ,

Fun and Insightful!

I’ve only listened to episode 1 so far, but Sophia is an entertaining host! She and her guest were fun to listen to, and as a new UX designer, I learned a lot from her and her guest sharing about their several years of working in UX. I’ll definitely continue to listen!

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