UX Designer (Design)

If you’ve ever wondered why some digital interfaces feel, to use the buzzword, ‘intuitive’, whereas others feel like an endless merry-go-round into despair – a UX designer is your answer. Not to be confused with the more visually minded UI designer, a user-experience designer is responsible for making the digital interactions between a customer and business (such as websites, apps, games) as straightforward as possible, through a combination of customer and market research, prototyping and user testing. The role involves an interest in psychology and cognitive science, an analytical brain and a passion for accessibility.

Please Note: The world of creative careers is broad and ever-evolving. While our descriptions aim to capture the essence of a role, we appreciate that no two jobs will be the same. We’re always looking to grow, expand and add to these roles, so if you feel we are missing something please let us know!

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