We recently sat down to chat with Isaiah Robinson, a UX Academy graduate and now UX Designer for JP Morgan Chase.
Isaiah’s decision to pivot to UX design might sound familiar to a lot of designers. He went to a 4-year college to study marketing, but soon realized that this didn’t allow him to fully explore his creativity. As digital apps and social media took off, Isaiah was drawn to designing his own apps and websites “just for fun”, and saw it as an opportunity to solve digital problems through a creative and thoughtful approach.
Kick back with some coffee and a notebook to watch this on-demand webinar to learn more about:
- Isaiah’s decision to attend Designlab and his experience as a student in UX Academy
- His advice for new and current students who are just starting their design journeys
- Tips on what to look for when searching and interviewing for a design job How to align expectations about your role with a new employer
- How to stay motivated at a company that already has established design systems and patterns
Isaiah hails from the east coast in Delaware and is a Philly sports fan. He enjoys mountain biking and watching design shows like Abstract and Design by Tutu. He also loves to travel and spends time scouting for mom and pop restaurants to try and support. He also recently got married and is loving his new role as a husband.
Are you ready to start your new career in UX design like Isaiah’s recently done? UX Academy is an intensive online program that equips you with the skills you need to land your first UX design role.