Join me for part 2 of my conversation with Thais Souza as we talk about her journey of learning English and how she uses that in her UX/UI design. Listen to her challenges and how she overcomes those challenges. We will also break down and give feedback on the language she uses.
VOCABULARY and EXPRESSIONS
(The words and terms are in order of when you will hear them)
What do you do? – What is your job?
UX/UI – (abbreviations) User Experience/ User Interface
Point of view – Perspective
“I try to look from three points of view.”
It seems like… – Expression of speculation
“It seems like you enjoy it.”
“It seems really obvious to us.”
Tell me about it! – (Expression) Used to agree strongly/ We share the same experience
“It’s a Portugal Portuguese last name.”
People use ____ more – (Grammar) Instead of “use more ___”
“People use more laptops during business hours.”
Let’s take ____ for example – (Expression) Presenting an example to show your point
“Let’s take my webpage for example...”
To consider – (Vocabulary) To think about something
“You have to count with consider all these types of things.”
Nowadays - (Fluency Builder) These days
“Nowadays, it’s very challenging to be a UX designer.”
To get ahold of – (Phrasal Verb) To contact somebody
“Would you like to share your contact information for people to get ahold of you.”
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