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I am with Vlad here get a portfolio together and start knocking on
doors. The courses being offered will teach you what ux is but will
not teach you how to design for ux. The book Vlad mentioned is good
and it is the bible of what you will do, it also give you insight at
how 'boring' our field can be, however any UX person worth their salt
have consumed this book and not just "Don't make me think". You need
to practice and an agency is the only way, reading and researching
everything and anything being published is a very good idea. www.upassoc.org
(usability professional association) publish quarterly magazines with
latest research they also have a BOK (body of Knowledge) and a lot
more which means you can get the latest research from all over to
start you mind working also they have templates for most things to get
you started, to be a member is not that expensive and they have
graduate competitions which gives you access to the conferences, this
year it in Atlanta the CEO of Facebook is opening...just to give you
I started in digital design and moved across into usability and now
have a usability company and it all started with that the book
'Information Architecture for the World Wide Web', if you can get
through it and still want to do it you on the right track.
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