I have been working as a print/2D graphic designer for a while now. I believe that I have quite an extensive understanding about design principles and marketing, and I think I'm pretty savvy with solving design problems technically as well. However, I have always wanted to broaden my design knowledge and especially get my feet wet with UI/UX design. It seems so exciting yet so grand of a concept and career field that I have never really found a way to actually enter the realm. I was wondering if there are any UI/UX designers on here that also started in the graphic field, and if so I would really appreciate it if you guys could point me to the right direction. It is a simple question yet it seems difficult to answer: Where do I start learning about and progressing in UI/UX design as a fairly experienced graphic designer?
Any book titles, tutorials, websites, or even courses/programs will be very helpful.
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