UI vs UX Designer
UX (User eXperience) considers the user’s overall satisfaction from the experience of working with the product. The aim of UX designer is to create the interface in order for the product to be used as easy and comfortable as possible, e.g. UX designer analyzes the user’s scenarios, the proceeding’s logic from one page to another, and runs A/B tests.
UX designers deal a lot with Business Analytics and Marketing Research – they analyze stats, conduct interviews with users, define their behavior. UX designer spends a lot of time doing research, creating the users’ portraits.
The key responsibilities of UI/UX Designer
Collecting the ley information about the project and its target audience; outdrawing the users’ scenarios; creating the style, composition of instructions on the fonts, colours and sizes; preparing the mock-ups and prototypes; rendering the interfaces in the graphics editors.
To sum-up, the typical UX designer is the one who: possesses critical and creative thinking; is proficient in task flows and scenarios; considers and researches the user’s needs to design; is human-centered; hands-on with wireframes, prototypes and research.
On the other hand, UI designer embodies the person who: possesses creative and convergent thinking; proficient in typography and colours; considers and defines the client’s needs; oriented on visual design; hands-on with mock-ups, graphics and layouts.
VR/AR and Product Designers
Along with the UI/UX sphere, there are lots of related areas dedicated to the, so to say, alternative design – VR/AR and Product Designers.
The first ones are specified with the augmented-reality or virtual tools that help digital marketing companies attract new customers and users. This is the cutting-edge technology that requires a lot of accuracy and attention from the Designer.
Product Designers are the necessary players in the big mechanism of a huge enterprise as they create the image of the company, make it recognizable and catchy. They work with the identics, logos and other corporate anthems.
Our recruiting’s overview
Our recruiting’s overview of the market capacity showed the following distribution of the skills that might be of need for building UI/UX Designers product:Our recruiting’s department research showed following UA labor market capacity:
Decision Factors for the Developers to Join UI/UX Projects
Typically, these 3 questions, in addition to standard questions list, would be asked by the candidates considering work on MS Dynamics Product Development project:
What is the full stack of technologies on all “ends” – from hardware to server and front-end side?
Whether or not the product prototype is already created and proved its value, or it is the 1st stage of the project now?
How exactly the whole team will be operating – will they be on the same premise and working as a team, or this is a distributed model of team’s organization, or maybe it is team’s augmentation – having client’s team extended with few remote team engineers
It is worth to remember, that joining ANY project, these questions are of special importance to the candidates in Ukraine:
What is the working process of development? What methodology is used, if any? How planning, delivery, quality control and deployment will be organized?
What will be the team structure? Who will be the person dealing with the team on daily basis?
What technology stacks are used for the project? How modern and contemporary are they?
All-inclusive Price Range
1-2 years experience
2200 – 3200 USD
2-4 years experience
3200 – 4300 USD
4+ years experience
4300 – 5800 USD
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