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UX Designer

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The role of a UX designer or experience designer comes in various forms: web, mobile, desktop and even wearable technologies. Their main duties include designing software interface flow, user interactions, screen layout and organisation, screen interaction, visual design and user experience.

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Market Demand

More and more companies are allocating their budget for their online offering, and it’s finally dawned on them that a great user experience really can make a difference to their bottom line and provide a healthy return on investment (ROI). The new demand for UX professionals has highlighted the huge shortage of digital skills and the lack of talent within the industry as a whole. This is good news for people planning to enter this field as the UX job market is not yet saturated.

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Education

To qualify as UX designer, one must have a degree in Human Computer Interaction (HCI), information architecture, computer science or design. Employers are keen to hire candidates that have good communication and people management skills, knowledge in user-centre design process, and proficiency in software tools like Axure, Visio and Photoshop and coding ability with HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

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