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15 Questions To Ask Your Next Potential Employer

<p></p><p> <title>15 Questions To Ask Your Next Potential Employer</title> <article> <header> <h1>15 Questions To Ask Your Next Potential Employer</h1> <address>Robert Hoekman Jr</address> 2019-09-20T12:30:59+02:00 2019-09-22T03:36:51+00:00 </header> <p>In my book “Experience Required”, I encourage in-house UX professionals to <em>leave</em> companies who refuse to advance their UX intelligence and capability. There are far too many companies these days who understand the value of UX to waste your time being a martyr for one who will only frustrate you. Your best chance of doing a good job is to avoid a bad position.</p> <p>Smartly, during a recent Q&A about the book, an audience member asked how we can avoid taking these jobs in the first place. What kinds of questions, he wondered, can you ask during an interview to spot red flags before the company stabs the whole flagpole into your sacred UX heart?</p> <h3 id="know-what-you-want-to-know">Know What You Want To Know</h3> <p>There’s the usual stuff, sure, such as asking why the position you’re applying for is currently open. What the company’s turnover rate is like. Why that turnover rate is so low or high. A little Googling will easily enough net you a decent list of broad questions you can ask any employer.</p> <p>But what you really want is to get <em>UX-specific</em>. You want to hone in on precisely what your life might be like should you take the position.</p> <blockquote class="pull-quote"> <p> <a class="pull-quote__link" aria-label="Share on Twitter" href=""> Your best chance of doing a good job is to avoid a bad position. </a> </p> <div class="pull-quote__quotation"> <div class="pull-quote__bg"> <span class="pull-quote__symbol">“</span></div> </div> </blockquote> <p>Sadly, I lacked a great answer at the time to the question about interview questions, so I let it eat at me until I woke up at three a.m two days later and started writing notes. That morning, I emailed my reply to the moderator.</p> <h3 id="ask-a-great-question-then-shut-up">Ask A Great Question, Then Shut Up</h3> <p>To devise the list below, I considered what kinds of things I’d wish a company knew and understood about UX prior to working with them. I can operate in all kinds of situations—as a UX and process innovation consultant, this has been my job, and pleasure, for nearly 13 years now—but I want to know from the start, every time, that the effort will be set up for success. These questions aim to uncover the dirty details that will tell me what I’m walking into.</p> <p>Much like a good validation session or user interview, these questions are open-ended and designed to draw out thoughtful, long-winded responses. (One-word answers are useless.) I strongly recommend that when and if you ask them, you follow each question with a long, stealthy vow of silence. People will tell you all about who they are if you just shut up long enough to hear them do it. Stay quiet for at least ten seconds longer than you think is reasonable and you’ll get the world.</p> <blockquote class="pull-quote"> <p> <a class="pull-quote__link" aria-label="Share on Twitter" href=""> People will tell you all about who they are if you just shut up long enough to hear them do it. </a> </p> <div class="pull-quote__quotation"> <div class="pull-quote__bg"> <span class="pull-quote__symbol">“</span></div> </div> </blockquote> <p>I’d ask these questions of as many individuals as possible. Given that tech interviews are often hours-long and involve many interviewers, you should be able to grab yourself a wealth of good answers before you head out the door to process and sleep.</p> <p>If, on the contrary, you are given too little time to ask all these questions, prioritize the ones you’re personally most concerned about, and then consider that insufficient interview time might be a red flag.</p> <p><strong>Important</strong>: <em>The key to the answers you receive is to read between the lines. Listen to what is said, note what is <em>not</em> said, and decide how to interpret the answers you get. I’ve included some red flags to watch out for along with each question below.</em></p> <div class="feature-panel-container hidden"></div> <h3 id="the-questions">The Questions</h3> <p>Let’s get right to it.</p> <blockquote>1. How does this company define UX? As in, what do you believe is the purpose, scope, and result of good UX work?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent">Intent</h5> <p>Literally every person on Earth who is asked this question will give a slightly, or wildly, different answer than you expect or hope for. At the very least, the person interviewing you should <em>have an opinion</em>. They should have a sense of how the company views UX, what the various UX roles have to offer, and what effect they should have.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>The UX team has a very limited role, has no real influence, and the team, for the most part, is stretched so thin you could put them on a cracker.</p> <blockquote>2. How do the non-UX people on your product team currently participate in UX decisions?<br /><br />Follow-ups: Describe a recent example of this kind of participation. What was the UX objective? How was that objective vetted as a real need? What did you do to achieve the objective, step-by-step? How did it turn out? What did you learn?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-1">Intent</h5> <p>Find out how the entire product team approaches UX and how collaborative and supportive they might be in acquiring and acting on good research insights.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-1">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>They don’t participate in UX decisions.</p> <blockquote>3. What UX roles exist in the organization, and what do they do?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-2">Intent</h5> <p>Determine where you’ll fit in, and how difficult it might be for you to gain influence, experience, or mentorship (depending on what you’re after). Also, build on the previous question about who does what and how.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-2">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>UX people at the company are heavily skilled in graphic design, and not so skilled in strategy. The current team members have limited influence. Your role will be similar. Strategy is handled by someone else, and it trickles down to the UX team for execution.</p> <blockquote>4. Who is your most experienced UX person and in what ways does that experience separate them from others?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-3">Intent</h5> <p>Determine the <em>range</em> of UX intelligence on the team from highest to lowest. Is the person at the top whip-smart and a fantastic leader? Does that person mentor the others and make them better?</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-3">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>The interviewer cannot articulate what makes that person better or more compelling than others. If they can’t answer this question, you’re speaking to someone who has no business making a UX hiring decision. Ask to speak to someone with more inside knowledge.</p> <p>Noteworthy, but not necessarily a red flag: If you learn that the most experienced person on the team is actually someone with a very sleight skill set, this can mean either there’s room for you to become an influencer, or the company puts so little value on UX that they’ve selected only employees with a small view of UX. The latter could mean you’ll spend all your time trying to prove the value of bigger UX involvement and more strategic work. You may like that sort of thing. I do. This would not be a red flag for me. It might be for you.</p> <blockquote>5. What are the company’s plans for UX long-term? (Expand it? Reduce it? How so, and why? Is there a budget for its expansion? Who controls it and how is it determined?)</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-4">Intent</h5> <p>Map out your road for the next couple of years. Can you rise into the role you want? Or will you be stuck in a cul-de-sac with zero chance of professional growth?</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-4">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>We plan to keep doing exactly what we do now, and what we do now is pretty boring or weak. Also, we have no budget—like, ever—so if you want to bring in a consultant, attend a seminar, hire another person, or run a comprehensive usability study with outside customers, well, good luck with that.</p> <blockquote>6. How do UX professionals here communicate their recommendations?<br /><br />Follow-up: How could they improve?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-5">Intent</h5> <p>Learn how they do it now, and more importantly, whether or not it works.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-5">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>The interviewer has no answer, or—far worse—has an <em>anti</em>-answer that involves lots of arm-waving and ideas falling on deaf ears. The former can, again, mean the interviewer has no business interviewing a UX candidate. The latter can mean the UX team is terrible at communicating and selling its ideas. While this can be overcome with your much better communication skills, it will almost certainly mean the company has some baggage to wade through. Poor experiences in the past will put other product team members on defense. You’ll have to play some politics and work extra heard on building rapport to get anywhere.</p> <div class="sponsors__lead-place"></div> <blockquote>7. Who tends to offer the most resistance to UX recommendations and methods and why?<br /><br />Follow-up: And how much power does that person have?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-6">Intent</h5> <p>This person will either give you the most grief or will give you the great opportunity to improve your communication skills (remember: design is communication!). Knowing who it is up front and how that person operates can tell you what the experience will be like.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-6">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>Executives, because they distrust UX. If you lack support at the top, it will be a daily struggle to achieve anything substantive.</p> <blockquote>8. What do UX practitioners here do to advance their values and methods beyond project work? Please be specific.</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-7">Intent</h5> <p>See how motivated the UX team is to perpetuate UX values to the rest of the company and improve how the team works.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-7">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>They don’t.</p> <blockquote>9. What do you think they should do differently? Why?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-8">Intent</h5> <p>Discover how your interviewer feels about UX. This is, after all, a person who has a say in hiring you. Presumably, this person will be a big factor in your success.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-8">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>Keep their noses out of product development, stop telling the engineers what to do (speaks to perception of pushy UX people).</p> <blockquote>10. Describe a typical project process. (How does it start? What happens first? Next? And then?)</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-9">Intent</h5> <p>Find out if there <em>is</em> a process, what it looks like, and how well it aligns with your beliefs as a UX professional.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-9">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>You’ll be assigned projects from the top. You’ll research them, design a bunch of stuff in a vacuum with no way to validate and without any iteration method, and then you’ll hand all your work to the Engineering team, who will then have a thousand questions because you never spoke to each other until just now.</p> <h5 id="bonus-question">Bonus Question</h5> <p>How and when does the team try to <em>improve</em> on its process? (If it doesn’t, let’s call that a potential red flag as well.)</p> <blockquote>11. How has your company learned from its past decisions, and what have you done with those learnings?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-10">Intent</h5> <p>UX is an everlasting experiment. Find out if this company understands it’s supposed to learn from the work and become smarter as a result.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-10">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>No examples, no thoughts.</p> <blockquote>12. If this is an agency who produces work for clients: What kind of support or backup does this agency provide for its UX recommendations, and how much power does the UX group have to push back against wrongheaded client ideas?<br /><br />Follow-ups: How does the team go about challenging those ideas? Provide a recent example.</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-11">Intent</h5> <p>Find out how often you’ll be thrown under the proverbial bus when a client pushes back against what you know to be the right approach to a given problem. Your job will be to make intelligence-based recommendations; don’t torture yourself by working with people who refuse to hear them.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-11">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>The interviewer says the agency does whatever the clients demand. You will be a glorified wireframe monkey with no real power to change the world for the better.</p> <div class="sponsors__lead-place"></div> <blockquote>13. How does the company support the UX group’s work and methods?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-12">Intent</h5> <p>Determine how the company as a whole thinks about UX, both as a team and a practice. Is UX the strange alien in the corner of the room, or is it embraced and participated in by every product team member?</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-12">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>UX is a strange alien. Good luck getting anyone to listen to you.</p> <blockquote>14. What design tools (software) does your team use and why?<br /><br />Follow-ups: How receptive are people to trying new tools? How does evolution happen?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-13">Intent</h5> <p>Know what software you should be familiar with, why the team uses it, and how you might go about introducing new tools that could be better in some situations.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-13">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>Gain insight into how the team thinks about the UI portion of the design process. Does it start with loose ideas drawn on napkins and gradually move toward higher-quality? Or does it attempt to start with perfection and end up throwing out a lot of work? (See the next question for more on this.)</p> <blockquote>15. Does a digital design start low-fi or high-fi, and what is the thinking behind this approach?<br /><br />Follow-up: If you start lo-if, how does a design progress?</blockquote> <h5 id="intent-14">Intent</h5> <p>You can waste a lot of hours on pixel-perfect work you end up throwing out. A company who burns through money like that is also going to be the first one to cut staff when things get tight. No idea should be carried through to its pixel-perfect end until it’s been collaborated on and vetted somehow, so you want to know that the company is smart enough to start lo-fidelity and move gradually to hi-fidelity. Hi-fi work should be the <em>result</em> of validation and iteration, not the start of it. A lo-fi > hi-fi process mitigates risk.</p> <h5 id="red-flag-s-14">Red Flag(s)</h5> <p>All design work starts and ends in Photoshop or Sketch, and is expected to be 100% flawless and final before anyone sees what you’ve produced.</p> <h3 id="running-the-interview">Running The Interview</h3> <p>In an unrelated Q&A years ago, a hiring manager asked how to spot a good UX professional during an interview. I answered that he should <em>look</em> for <em>the person asking all the questions</em>. I repeated this advice in <strong>Experience Required</strong>.</p> <p>Now <em>you</em> can be the one asking all the questions.</p> <p>And in doing so, not only will you increase your odds of being offered the gig, you’ll know long before the offer shows up whether to accept it.</p> <p>If you, dear reader, have more ideas on how to scavenger-hunt a company’s red flags, we’re all ears. Tell us about it in the comments below.</p> <div class="signature"> <img src="" alt="Smashing Editorial"> <span>(cc, il)</span> </div> </article> </p><p>

Keep Up with Digital Technology & the Latest Web Design Trend with These 15 Top Tools and Resources

<p></p><p><p><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer"><img src="" border="0" alt="" /></a></p><p><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Advertise here via BSA</a></p><p>Keeping up with the latest design trends is a challenge. It’s always been that way. But these days, changes come more frequently. This is thanks to the rapid pace of digital design technological advancements.</p> <p>If it weren’t for the tools that allow us to keep pace, it would probably be a hopeless situation. The problem is, you still have to find those tools. The fact that they’re constantly flooding the market doesn’t make it easy. Most web designers don’t have the time or inclination to test out every new tool that appears over the horizon.</p> <p>We’ve found 15 we consider the tops in their respective classes, and we’d like to share our findings with you. One or two of these top tools and resources should help you keep pace. You can also deliver better products than you ever thought possible.</p> <p>We’ll start with:</p> <p> </p> <p><strong> 1. </strong><a href=""><strong>Elementor</strong></a></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15412" src="" alt="1" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>Elementor is the industry’s best website builder. Simple, Powerful & Flexible. Now you can customize every detail without code. With over 2 million active installs and over 4,500 5-star reviews on WordPress, it is by far the most popular page editor out there. What Elementor does for you is to give you a solid website-building foundation on which you can create virtually anything, and do so   without complications, limitations, or constraints thanks to its super-clean code.</p> <p>Elementor works with any theme and with any plugin. As such it gives you virtually unlimited design flexibility. It won’t slow down your site – a characteristic of all too many page builders. And, it’s powerful drag and drop editor enables you to quickly create pages and websites without ever having to resort to code.</p> <p>You can dig into Elementor’s library of super useful widgets to build pages from scratch, or if you prefer, start with one of the 100+ pre-designed Elementor templates.</p> <p>You’ll find a few nice surprises as well; like the Pop Up Builder, the Advanced Forms feature, and Scroll and Hover animations.</p> <p>In short, with Elementor you can create pages and websites easily and in ways you never could before.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>2. <a href="">AND CO from Fiverr</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15413" src="" alt="2" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>There are many software applications you can use for creating invoices, but few if any do as much of the work for you as AND CO from Fiverr. AND CO creates invoices for you automatically based on your project terms, contracts, and time tracking—all of which are available in the one app.</p> <p>AND CO’s invoicing feature integrates perfectly with your project management workflow, enabling it to automatically create invoices when a project is completed or a milestone has been reached.</p> <p>You’ll be alerted when clients view your invoices and when they’re paid, or when the system thinks it’s time for you to invoice again. Plus, you can set up an online ‘PayMe’ page to allow clients to pay you via credit card, ACH, and PayPal, and deposit the payments into your bank account. You can also set up recurring invoices so that clients who are on a subscription plan have their credit card charged automatically on a recurring basis.</p> <p>AND CO is an invoicing software that lets you spend less time on invoicing and more time on doing the work you love. <span id="more-15404"></span></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>3. <a href="">Houzez</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15414" src="" alt="3" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>Its ease of use and wealth of popular features has made Houzez is a long-time favorite with realtors and real estate agencies. Features like listings options, advanced property search capabilities, and a property management system have given its users virtually anything and everything needed to go about their business.</p> <p>Not quite ready to rest on their laurels, the Houzez team has added a host of new features making this specialty theme more powerful and flexible than ever. In addition to giving users the ability to display property listings in different formats, the listings can now be sorted and displayed in a variety of ways, and extra emphasis can be given to the presentation of featured listings.</p> <p>Luxury home showings can also be scheduled, custom search fields can be added with the new Customs Fields Builder, different currencies can be used, and an Energy Class designation field has been added for EU properties.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>4. <a href="">TheGem – Creative Multi-Purpose High-Performance WordPress Theme</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15415" src="" alt="4" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>TheGem has been featured on ThemeForest for a variety of reasons. In the opinion of many of its customers, and of Envato, this incredible website-building toolbox features the most beautiful and creative designs on the market. Page load and speed times are especially impressive, TheGem is 100% flexible, 100% easy to use, and provides 100% customer satisfaction.</p> <p>When compared against the other premium themes, TheGems 5-star rating tops them all.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>5. <a href="">Amelia</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15416" src="" alt="5" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>Amelia provides service businesses love; especially those that rely heavily on booking appointments for their clients and customers. Amelia automates the entire process. Customers can make appointments 24/7. Amelia will match the appointments</p> <p>with employee availability, manage cancellations or changes, and collect payments online.</p> <p>This award-winning tool with its 4.8+star user rating creates happier clients and customers and allows businesses to use the time saved on other pursuits.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>6. <a href="">Uncode</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15417" src="" alt="6" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>With Uncode in your design toolbox it will take but a few short hours to build a breathtaking portfolio. All the functionality you need is there, and there’s no need for coding. Uncode’s showcase of user-created sites gives visual proof of what you will be able to accomplish.</p> <p>This powerful, user-friendly theme is one of ThemeForest’s all-time best sellers having realized more than 50,000 sales to date.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>7. <a href="">Round Icons Bundle – 38,000 icons and illustrations</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15418" src="" alt="7" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>Purchase the Roundicon’s Bundle, and you’ll never have to search for a special icons or illustration again. For a one-time fee you can download the entire bundle consisting of more than 38,000 premium, royalty-free icons and illustrations, and add more as they are released.</p> <p>The bundle comes with a commercial use license, and you can currently purchase it at a discount when you use coupon code “GETBIG”.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>8. <a href="">Logic Hop – Personalized Marketing for WordPress</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15419" src="" alt="8" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>The ability to serve targeted content to different audiences will flat-out improve your sales and marketing results; and that’s precisely what Logic Hop will enable you to do. Logic Hop makes personalizing your messages possible based on display ad and pay-per-click results, social media posts, geolocation, and actions visitors take on your site.</p> <p>Install Logic Hop, and don’t be surprised if you’re soon enjoying a 200% increase in conversions.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>9. <a href="">Mobirise</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15405" src="" alt="9" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>Mobirise is an offline builder, so you have total control over building your site. It’s drag and drop only, making it easy to use. Its mobile friendly and lightning-fast thanks to Google AMP or Bootstrap 4. And, it’s free.</p> <p>Mobirise comes with a large assortment of trendy and beautiful website blocks, templates, icons, and fonts. Over 1.5 million sites have been created using this website builder.</p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>10. <a href="">wpDataTables</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15406" src="" alt="10" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>This premier table and chart building plugin is easily the best in its class. wpDataTables can do more, with more data, and do it quicker than any other tool of its type on the market.</p> <p>wpDataTables’ all-in-one platform for presenting website visitors with interactive tables and charts based on huge volumes of complex data has been put into practice by more than 21,000 active users who have rewarded it with a 4.7 average rating.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>11. <a href="">Savah App</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15407" src="" alt="11" width="726" height="302" /></a></p> <p>With this all-in-one advanced prototyping, team collaboration, and workflow tool at your fingertips you can create perfect look and feel prototypes for user testing, prototypes for feedback at any stage of the project, or combine rapid prototyping with Savah App’s built-in design workflow and approval system to speed your project along.</p> <p>Savah App’s visual feedback and collaboration features also points you in the direction of getting the best possible results when the project winds down. Check out the paid plans and discounts.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>12. <a href="">HelpJet</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15408" src="" alt="12" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>Not only have you had to answer the same question for the zillionth time, but each time your customer has had to wait for your answer. HelpJet takes care of the problem by giving you a tool to create a knowledge base your customers can access for instant answers to the most common questions – or any question/answer you feel would be an appropriate addition.</p> <p>You’ll gain more satisfied customers while keeping the size of your customer support team small.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>13. <a href="">Goodie</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15409" src="" alt="13" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>Goodie is a platform that connects an end-user with a web developer, thereby avoiding costly middlemen and go-betweens. All that’s required of you is to provide the Goodie team with your design. They’ll get right to work coding your website and give you the exact estimation of your price.</p> <p>This is the perfect approach or owners of small businesses, web designers, and anyone in need of a carefully and cleanly coded website.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>14. <a href="">8b Website Builder</a></strong></p> <p><a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-15410" src="" alt="14" width="726" height="301" /></a></p> <p>The 8b Website Builder is brand new (January launch), futuristic with a super-simple cool UI, and portable. You can create websites with it on your desktop at work or home or on a tablet or phone while on the go.</p> <p>Thanks to Bootstrap4 or Google Amp your site will be crazy-fast, mobile friendly, and just a click away from a Google listing. 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