A step-by-step guide to remove the agony of writing clear, succinct, impactful case studies.

Of all the ingredients you can include in a UX portfolio, none are more important than your case studies.

I can't emphasize this enough: it is mission-critical-important that you tell a compelling story — but this story has to be structured and written in a way where your value to that potential employer is crystal clear.

In a way that assumes no one is going to read every word of what you’ve written.

In a way that respects the fact that recruiters, hiring managers and everyone in the companies they both work for are time-poor.

Just like you, they have far too much to do and very little time to do it in.

In this video series, a companion to my How to Write a Compelling Case Study guidebook, I'm going to walk you through constructing a simple, clear case study that meets all the criteria above.

One that avoids the novel-length approach that's not only a pain in the ass to write, but to read as well :-)

Instead, I'm going to show you how to be clear and concise — and deliver value at every turn.

7 Lessons

Already Joined? Login

01: Forget Everything You've Heard

02: Ground Rules for Compelling Case Studies

03: Components of a compelling case study

04: Writing an impactful (and succinct) project description

05: Rules for using supporting images properly

06: Telling a compelling story

07: Download the Case Study guidebook (.epub, PDF)