There are many reasons why someone might be interested in UX design, but for me, it was a combination of my interest in psychology and my love of problem-solving.
I've always been interested in how the human mind works and what motivates people to do the things they do. To me, understanding these things is essential for designing user experiences that are not only effective, but also enjoyable.
In addition to my interest in psychology, I've always enjoyed solving problems. I see UX design as a way to take complex problems and break them down into smaller, manageable pieces that can be designed and improved upon.
Both of these interests came together for me when I started working on my first major UX design project. I was tasked with redesigning the user interface for a large web application. The project was complex and challenging, but I found that I loved the process of designing solutions to the various problems we encountered.
Since then, I've been hooked on UX design. It's a field that allows me to use my creativity to solve problems and make users' lives easier, and that's something I'm passionate about.