Let’s face it. Writing a case study for your UX portfolio is difficult and a lot of work. And to make things worse, each company seems to have its own standard for what a case study should include.
We’re going to do this differently. With this guide and template, you can…
Create a UX case study within one day.
Here’s how. A strong outline makes or breaks your case study. This template will help you create an outline you can use anywhere ranging from your portfolio website to your socials.
Stand out compared to bootcamp-level UX case studies
Many designers follow a UX bootcamp where they have to create a case study to graduate. Because of this, a large wave of new UX designers hit the job market every week.
The problem is that all these designers have similar case studies. And recruiters know this. You have to stand out.
This template will help you create a to-the-point case study based on my senior design experience of getting clients and reviewing portfolios.
Table of contents
1 - Getting started. The importance and structure of your case study.
2 - The outline. How to create a case study that gets you the job.
3 - Adding the fireworks. From outline to complete case study.
4 - Pixel perfect. How and where to share your work.
5 - FAQ. All questions answered.
What this template will bring you
Using this UX case study template will teach you how to create a to-the-point case study for your UX portfolio that stands out compared to other designers. You can use the outlines you create within a day over and over again.
Do you have questions about this UX case study template? Send me a message at email@example.com