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User experience designer Interview Questions

"When interviewing for a UX design position, be prepared to speak to your design process, preferences, and project experience. Employers are looking for candidates that can adapt their company's brand aesthetic in a way that provides a satisfying experience for their users. Be ready to answer questions about your ability to work closely with engineers and project managers as well as your knowledge of graphic design programs, web development, and user interface design."

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How do you form positive relationships with developers and/or stakeholders?

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Be on their side. Show them that rather than being interference in a relationship, that you can serve as an interlocutor. Bring evidence.

Who determines user standards, you, the company, someone else?

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My exercise was to redesign the Netflix homepage for desktop. The Global VP of Design at Spotify happens to be Rochelle King, formerly of Netflix. I thought that was clever.

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How do you deal with a group of twelve or more people who all have a different opinion about what looks good and what doesn't

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Describe what is your favorite object, explain why, and it cannot be an Apple product.

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How would you handle the hypothetical situation where one or more designers try to dominate the conversation and do not seem to be listening to other members of the team?

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How do you decide which features to drive UX design for a specific release?

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Question from director: "... four people need to cross a bridge at night, there is only one flash light and only one person can walk on the bridge at a time. How do would you get them all across the bridge?"

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They asked me several questions about how I impacted the design process for some of the recent projects that I had worked on at Microsoft and how I took ownership over those decisions.

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If I called your last manager and asked them about 1 strong and 1 weak point of yours, what would they be?

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