The UX design industry has a case study problem. Many designers “vomit” thousands of words all over their case study pages, detailing every single thing they did for the project.The result is the exact opposite of what they hoped for — no one wants to read them.
“Job title: Junior Designer. Salary: The lowest level we can get away with for an entry-level job. Requirements: 5 years of experience and a degree in Design Interview. Process: Do a small project for us which we may use for free after we don’t hire you. Perks: We have great culture and free snacks!” Does this sound familiar to you? It sure does to me.