As the Era Evolving we diverge into various ecosystems. Things Around us changes Rapidly. Technologies Changes More Faster than the Rate of Blink. If we merge the practicum dimensions like Designers & Entrepreneurship, we came across with an completely new solution. The Following Hybrid Solution Works into new Solution. Meanwhile, The similarly posed by Entrepreneur & Designer; both known as Problem Solver.
We Shall now Decode how an Entrepreneur makes best UX Designer & Vice Versa.
Perhaps, Starting with an Question:
What is it that entrepreneurs do?
They get out of their Comfort Zone; they don’t make a business by sitting at their computer. Entrepreneurs go and talk to people and observe customer behaviour and immerse themselves in the world of their users and Vulnerability of trying new stuff and fail and pivot and try again.
It should, because that is exactly what UX Designers do.At its Core, being a Phenomenal UX designer is also about understanding users—meeting their needs and, if possible, exceeding their expectations. UX Designers find a need and craft a product or service that fills that need.
Subsequently this means is that having UX skills in your toolkit makes good business sense. As an entrepreneur with a focus on a particular product or service, a familiarity with business and user needs and the ability to communicate, and lead.
The Lean Startup movement is all about treating product and business ideas as assumptions that must be validated by scientific experimentation as quickly as possible— prototyping, having iterative product releases, and acting on customer/user feedback. Not many designers I know are actually taking the plunge.
Why Ain’t Designer get into Business Professionals?
With UX being so much in demand, there’s little aspiration to take the financial risk. Why bother gambling on a brilliant idea, when there are plenty of risk-free UX jobs around that pay well, right?
The Ancient Romans were onto something when they said, “Fortune favours the bold.” I’d like to challenge the mindset that UX designers find success by landing a great UX job. They should also channel their skills into making entrepreneurial ideas happen
Entrepreneurs are everywhere.
The next successful entrepreneur could be you. It’s possible you have the right mix of skills already.What do you think? Is your ultimate goal to create the next big thing—a product, service, company—for yourself? Or would you rather focus on honing the craft of UX design, and let others worry about the business stuff (and take the risks that go with that ?