I have no idea
sketch, axure, excel (not kidding it is a design tool for user research), miro
Gotham, obviously 😂
The whole nightside serie (book)
Gradient from deep magenta to yellow, it is also my current hair color
A website for a philharmonic orchestra I worked on during the summer between year 1 and year 2 of my Master degree to pay for the master degree second year
Close dribbble, now!!!
Both, I studied some tools during the master degree but did not get a proper introduction to what to design with those (color, fonts, UI, etc) so I'm self taught on that area
Trust your guts, if it smells bad and there's red flags, you might be right about not wanting to take the client/job
The lack of proper UX training, juniors have a hard time finding job. Not sure how to fix this, a lot of companies look for medior/seniors who can do it all (UX, UI and if possible code, lol) so they can only hire one person. It's mostly about design maturity, we need to bring companies to a higher level of design maturity so that they understand that the investment is worth it, invest also in juniors to train them with more experience seniors and everyone wins!