UX Designer UX Designer (user experience) designers measure and optimize applications (usually web based) to improve ease of use (usability), and create the best user experience by exploring many different approaches to solve end-users’ problems. One way that a UX designer might do this is by conducting in-person user tests to observe behavior. They then refine and tweak apps, software and websites to create products that people like and find easy to use. A similar role is that of a UI (user interface) designer. However, UI designers focus more on designing the presentation and interactivity of a product. Some roles combine both UX and UI. For a UX designer, typical duties include: • considering existing applications and evaluating their UX (user experience) effectiveness • considering the human-computer interaction (HCI) element of a design • using online tools, such as screen readers, to aid their research • running user testing of applications, software and websites • defining interaction models, user task flows, and UI (user interface) specification Qualifications for UX Designer • 6-7 years of demonstrated experience in creating and implementing UX design • Proficient with visual design programs such as Adobe Photoshop and others • Ability to work effectively in a collaborative environment to create top-performing interfaces for clients • Experience with coding and ability to troubleshoot using HTML, CSS and comparable languages • Continued education and research into UX trends and current design strategy and technologies

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