ISSUE # 02

The second edition of DesignWhine magazine speaks with six accomplished design personalities who have made the crossover from virtually no background, as hundreds of designers make the switch to UI and UX without a formal education, a degree, or expertise in design.

The illustrious figures share their invaluable experiences and offer advice to those professionals considering a career change to UI/UX.

In this issue

How Japan Made Me A Better Person and Designer

How Japan Made Me A Better Person and Designer

While I was in grad school, I pushed really hard to have an excuse to travel the world and see what was out there that wasn’t NY. I especially wanted to…

Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Six industry professionals share their experiences on how they found their way to UI and UX design with zero design background… The bad thing about limiting beliefs that we hold…

Nishant Chauhan – From Accountancy to UX Design

Nishant Chauhan – From Accountancy to UX Design

A digital product designer at Razorpay & physical product designer at Fleck.co.in a lifestyle brand he has co-founded, Nishant Chauhan enjoys travelling & gets a rush out of the most…

Eric Goldberg – From Political Science to UX Design

Eric Goldberg – From Political Science to UX Design

Born and raised in Woodstock, Eric Goldberg is a tech geek and, for better or worse, a political junkie and quite heartbroken with the recent passing of Alex Trabek. A…

Natasha Jahchan – Finding Her Way From Civil Engineering to UX Design

Natasha Jahchan – Finding Her Way From Civil Engineering to UX Design

Two and a half years ago, Lebanese-American UX designer Natasha Jahchan strayed from the predictable world of civil engineering to her lifelong passion for architecture; the intricate creation of digital…

Erick Gavin – From Lawyer to UX Designer

Erick Gavin – From Lawyer to UX Designer

A UX Designer and researcher who uses design principles to make engaging experiences, Erick Gavin was in the middle of a law school when the designer bug bit him. Read…