This is my 4th round of UX sessions for fellow IndieHackers. 🤩
So far I’ve done 40+ 1-1 sessions and helped fellow makers overcome their UX challenges (round 1, 2, 3). I also started a live-stream YouTube show where I help and design live with some of them.
Book your session
I open new slots every two weeks to manage the demand and keep it fair. If you don't find a spot make sure to check again in two weeks!.
👉 Feel free to book your session here https://calendly.com/jimzarkadas/ux-session
What you get
- 45mins 1-1 video call where I present you my feedback as a user and suggest you potential solutions as a product designer.
- Once we are done with the call I'll send you all of my notes written by email so that you can take another look and ask me any additional questions if needed.
What I ask in return
Nothing. Read below what’s my motivation behind this idea.
Why I am doing this
- I meet new IndieHackers and expand my network. It feels great to call with others and not stay isolated behind my screen. IndieHackers.com isn't just a business community. We are like a tribe with solid values and I want to make more connections with people that have a similar mindset.
- By completing the 1st round of session I realized I enjoy a lot teaching fellow indie developers about UX. I am a huge believer of quality and user-driven products and by doing these sessions I can spread my love and knowledge about it.
- On top of this I get plenty of insights on what you struggle with when it comes to design. Realizing that I enjoy teaching UX that much I decided to start creating free and paid courses on Gumroad and to tweet daily about UX tips
I am an 9y experienced product designer with an engineering background. I built my own boutique design studio https://www.befoolish.co where I reached 120k annual revenue, I worked as the design lead for https://www.ticketswap.com a marketplace with more than 5 million users and I am now building my own products as IndieHacker. I also document and share my journey to indie-hacking on a weekly basis on my journal called "12 months to IndieHacking"
Feel free to comment your thoughts or questions below!
Looking forward to meeting you 🙌