Meet Julia

Julia ist seit März unsere neueste UX Designerin in Team. Wie ein Tag als UX Designerin bei uns aussieht und was Ihre Superkräfte sind, erfahrt in dem Post!




It depends.


UX Designer @interfacewerk since March 2022....creating userflows and designs for software products, so that users love to fullfill their tasks


listening, sorting, structuring


  • Being motivated and excited (when we see an idea is exactly getting to the point and solve a big problem so that our users are happy, when colleagues are happy because we did a great workshop)
  • family and friends, being outside, sunshine, chocolate


  • when conversations turn around and around and don´t come to a result
  • waste (of time, material, resources...), rain, bad mood


The perfect working day starts with a healthy breakfast and 20-30min workout or yoga. When I start working, I check my mails and messages, answer them and sort my to dos, so that I can start with a clear goal and direction for that day. Not to forget to make me a huge cup of tea. I like it, when the forenoon is calm. Then I can reach out to some colleagues, clarify open questions, organize meetings with colleagues or customers. I talk with them about the next ux concepts or plan the next interviews or usability tests. Before I do lunch, I take one or two hours to deep dive into a topic, which could be to do some research, try to understand a certain context or sketching user flows and screendesigns.

When working remotely I can have lunch, go out for a walk and enjoy the weather together with my husband. If we are in the office I enjoy going out with my colleagues to have lunch in one of the restaurants near the office.

In the afternoon I have another round of meetings, customer calls or creative sessions with my colleagues. When I can checkout in time, have had a lot of good conversations with my colleagues and have the feeling that I reached at least some of my goals which I prepared in the morning - then it was a perfect working day!

my personal # for interfacewerk:

#worklifebalance #uxlife #remotefirst #digitaljob #creativeux

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