Your Team Skill Graph showcases the overall strength, skills, and areas for improvement of your entire team, where we are comparing your individual team members to others in our database on a 100-point scale.
Team Designer Score is based on individual performance from completing assessments, courses, lessons, and challenges
Not only can you see your team score, but you can also see the skill graph of each professional that is a part of your team.
Our Skill Graph covers 6 main categories:
All of our lessons, courses, and assessments are directly impacting these 6 categories, showing you how strong your team and each individual is proficient in these areas, giving you a bird-eye view of what you as a team can offer, as well as what your professionals can bring to the table.
What are the benefits of building your team skill graph?
Modern design teams are taking a “hospital training approach”, where they are pairing professionals that are proficient in a specific skill set with others that would like to improve that same skill set.
Unlocking peer learning and peer mentorship is something that the majority of design leaders are looking into. Team Skill Graph enables you to implement this effortlessly.
Building my team skill graph
Team Skill Graph is being built when your team members actively engage with our learning materials. In order to help you make smarter decisions, we have created a recommendation engine, where we recommend specific learning content that directly impacts these main categories.
Every category has recommended courses, skill + skill graph assessments, and challenges that are directly contributing to this specific category. There are more learning materials that directly contribute here, and these are the recommended ones that can help you get started with your team upskill.
Tips & Tricks for building out your Team Skill Graph
We’d like to show you 2 simple ways you could make sure your team members are continuously contributing to the team skill graph, while upskilling them.
Continuous learning and assessments through assignments
No matter if your users are experts or beginners, they need to be in the loop with all the changes that are happening. Continuously assessing them can help you build healthy UX learning habits. You can assign specific assessments, such as Wireframing, Prototyping, Design Patterns, or even Figma, Adobe XD and other tools to make sure their knowledge is always to the point, so they can bring their A game.
New member onboarding
If a new member joins your team, you can take a big slice of your onboarding process to Uxcel. If you’re interested in evaluating their current skills, you can assign specific assessments to your newcomer, and understand where they stand
Based on your current projects, you can assign specific must-have lessons, courses, and assignments that every newcomer has to take, as a part of their onboarding process.
Wrapping it up
Team Skill Graph can help you:
Understand where your team and individuals stand
Introduce peer learning and mentoring, so you can personalize their learning paths
Implement it as a part of the onboarding process
Continuously assess team members, and help them stay in the loop with all the changes
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