A UX research resume is a document that outlines a person’s professional experience, skills, and qualifications in the field of UX research. It is typically used to apply for jobs in the UX research field and may include the following information:

  1. Education: The candidate’s degree or relevant coursework in UX research or a related field.
  2. Work experience: A summary of the candidate’s professional experience in UX research, including the types of projects they have worked on and the tools and methods they have used.
  3. Skills: A list of relevant skills and competencies, such as knowledge of user research methods, data analysis, and report writing.
  4. Certifications: Any relevant certifications or training in UX research methods.
  5. Portfolio: A link to the candidate’s UX research portfolio, where potential employers can see examples of their work.

A UX research resume should be tailored to the specific job or company that the candidate is applying to, highlighting the skills and experience that are most relevant to the position. It should also be well-written and easy to read, with clear and concise language and a professional design.

If you are interested in having your portfolio reviewed, Anthro to UX offers a resume review and critique as part of its UX career coaching services.