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A guide to finding and keeping UX professionals

by Amanda Stockwell

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A guide to finding and keeping UX professionals

Finding and keeping UX professionals is an art...and a free eBook.

UX is an integral part of nearly every business’ success plan, but finding and keeping UX professionals is still a mystery to many companies. Here at Aquent, we’re getting more and more requests to help find and identify the appropriate candidates out of a growing population of UX practitioners. After all that work of finding UX professionals, our clients have been asking about how to get UXers to accept your job offer and then keep them happy once they’re employed.

To make sure we’re in touch with the UX community, we reached out to our internal network of UX experts and their colleagues to discuss the current state of the industry.

Do you also have challenges finding, attracting, and retaining UX professionals? Read on to hear an overview of what UX professionals look for in a new job, tips to connect with the community, ways to entice candidates to take a position, and pointers about keeping your UX team happy and engaged in their work.

Give this new guide a look. Share it if you find it it helpful. And if you still need help after reading it, please get in touch!

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Finding and Keeping UX Professionals


About the Author

Amanda Stockwell has a unique blend of UX process and research expertise and career advancement insight. She is the Vice President of User Experience at 352 inc., a full-service user experience, design, development, and marketing shop. At 352, she leads a team that provides user research, usability testing, and UX strategy services to a vast array of clients. She has extensive knowledge of in-person and remote research techniques and her expertise has helped companies new to user experience to assimilate user-centered design into their existing processes. Additionally, Amanda provides UX hiring and career advancement expertise. She has presented on the topic at several conferences and written related content for UXmatters, UXMag, HowDesign, and several blogs. She has a human factors background and an engineering degree from Tufts University.

 

About Author

Amanda is the Vice President of User Experience at 352 inc. where she leads a team that provides research, design and UX strategy services to a variety of clients. She has spent most of the last decade focused on finding innovative ways to understand end users and embed that knowledge into the design process. Amanda's expertise has helped companies better assimilate user-centered design to improve their existing products and get new projects off the ground. She's also provided UX hiring expertise to one of the world's largest talent agencies and frequently writes and speaks about all things UX.

Amanda has written related content for UXmatters, UXMag, How Design, and several blogs and presented at UXPA, BigDesign, Interaction South America, UXScotland, UX Australia and many more. She has a human factors background and an engineering degree from Tufts University. 

Follow Amanda on Twitter at @MandaLaceyS

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