Of course, I'd be happy to help you practice for your UI/UX Design job interview at Google. Let's get started!
Question 1: Hello, Ayush. Tell me about yourself.
Feel free to share a brief overview of your background, experiences, and what led you to pursue a career in UI/UX design.
After you answer, I'll provide you with feedback and guidance. Over to you!
Ayush: I was always into sketching since my childhood so i always had an interest in arts background when I was into my final year of graduation I was introduced into ui ux design and i found this field very interesting because there is always some new problem to solve and by designing a digital product which is used by a large number of people gives me self satisfaction that's why I was very interested into this domain and I did a 6 months certification to understand and get in depth of ui ux design and after my certification I did a 3 month internship, current I am looking for a job opportunity in your company so that i can learn more and showcase my skills.
Thank you for sharing your background, Ayush. It's great to hear about your passion for arts and how you discovered your interest in UI/UX design during your final year of graduation. Your enthusiasm for problem-solving and the satisfaction you find in creating digital products that impact a wide audience is impressive. Your certification and internship experience also show your commitment to gaining in-depth knowledge in the field. It's clear that you're motivated to continue learning and growing in UI/UX design.
Just a quick suggestion: When discussing your experience, you could highlight a specific project or challenge you faced during your certification or internship that really stood out to you, as it could help demonstrate your practical skills and problem-solving abilities.
Let's move on to the next question.
Question 2: Can you walk me through your design process for a recent UI/UX project?
Please provide details about the steps you take, from initial research and ideation to final design and testing. Feel free to use a specific project as an example.
I'm looking forward to hearing your response!