There’s a few equipment I’d suggest. First and foremost, start working on designs! If you have the skill, find a mentor who is already a UI/UX designer and start working with them on projects. I found I learned more by really working on projects and absorbing knowledge starting public who have been responsibility this for years than I ever did starting reading a book. On the rise South Florida Marketing Companionship is seeking a dedicated,
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That being said, if you do want to read up on UI/UX/etc., I’d take a look at this exceptional thread:Must-read User Interface Book? I reckon my personal favourite is Steve Krug’s “Don’t Get on to Me Reckon” – but I’m sure you’ll find your own favourite eventually.
Lastly, with accept to tools like Photoshop, Illustrator, etc… don’t worry about it! Ultimately you’ll find the tools that work best for you. In person, I start with pencil and document mockups, then depending on the project I’ll either step to something in Balsamiq, or Axure, or sometimes straight HTML and CSS – it really depends on the project’s size, scope, etc. Use whatever is most comfortable for you. At the end of the day all that matters is that you clearly converse your vision for your design, not what tool you used to do it.
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