11选5开户“I work on internal tools, which means the people I design for are everyone who works at Facebook. No matter who you are⁠ — managers, engineers, sales ⁠— everyone needs a way to make data-driven decisions. So that’s where our team comes in. I take those complicated parts of data and use my visual skills to simplify everything. So that’s my deal: making the complicated simple." — Ela G., Product Designer

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11选5开户What advice would Product Designer Rebecca L. give to someone starting out in the industry? "Never hesitate to ask questions... and stay humble. I always tell new designers this, because the design industry is really hot right now. The demand can make it feel as though there are endless career opportunities and competitive salaries. Confidence in your skills can grow fairly quickly — but this confidence often masks the right thing to do. Never assume your way is 100 percent the right way, and/or that the user will always understand your designs. You should never want to be the smartest person in the room anyway. Where’s the fun in that?"

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