A headhunter asked me "why do you think you're a good UI designer?"
Instead of saying, "because I've spent a dozen years constantly figuring out how to make complicated software accessible to normal people," I said what I really thought: "I'm a good UI designer because I'm lazy and stupid, and will rage-quit anything that isn't easier than cracking open a beer."
Hmm. Discretion might well be the better part of valor.
My friends and I are made an Android app for tire pressure. It gives you the best tire pressure for your bike, based on your weight and tire width (hint, fatter tires and skinnier you are both better options). I didn't do any coding, or UI design - I just insisted on it happening, and made the icon and bike silhouettes.