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    How many different designer job titles are there?

    Published: October 13, 2018

    UX Designer, Interaction Designer, UI Designer, Visual Designer, Digital Product Designer, Web Designer, Multidisciplinary Designer and more…

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    How many different designer job titles are there?

    • 1. How many different designer job titles are there? How many different designer job titles are there? UX Designer, Interaction Designer, UI Designer, Visual Designer, Digital Product Designer, Web Designer, Multidisciplinary Designer and more…
    • 2. Content Content -UX Designer -Project Manager (PM) -Ux Researcher (UxR) -Information Architect (IA) -Interaction Designer (IxD) -UI Designer (UI) -Interaction Designer -UI Designer -Visual Designer -Digital Product Designer -Web Designer -Multidisciplinary Designer -References
    • 3. UX Designer UX Designer User experience (UX) design is the process of creating products that provide meaningful and relevant experiences to users. This involves the design of the entire process of acquiring and integrating the product, including aspects of branding, design, usability, and function.
    • 4. Slide4 Project Manager Outputs •Weekly presentations Tools •Keynote •Powerpoint •Trello •Basecamp •Jira Ux Researcher Information Architect Interaction Designer IU Designer Outputs •Persona •Usability Report •User Research Tools •Voice Recorder •Camera •Paper •Google Docs •Keynote Outputs •Site Map •Content List •Information Architect Tools •Excel •Google Docs •Optimal Sort •Treejack Outputs •Wireframe •Storyboard •Prototype Tools •Sketch •Moqups •UXPIN •Illustrator •Invision Outputs •PNG •PDF Tools •Sketch •Photoshop
    • 5. Interaction Designer Interaction Designer Interaction design can be understood in simple (but not simplified) terms: it is the design of the interaction between users and products.
    • 6. The 5 dimensions of interaction design The 5 dimensions of interaction design The 5 dimensions of interaction design is a useful model to understand what interaction design involves. 1D Words 2D Visual representations 3D Physical Objects or Space 4D Time 5D Behaviour
    • 7. UI Designer UI Designer -User interface (UI) design is the process of making interfaces in software or computerized devices with a focus on looks or style. -It's important for UI designers to be able to approach different design styles ( flat, minimalist, skeuomorphism, etc), while having the ability to create custom icons is definitely a plus and having typography knowledge is a great asset, since it plays an important role in the overall experience.
    • 8. Visual Designer Visual Designer Visual design as a field has grown out of both user interface (UI) design and graphic design. As such, it focuses on the aesthetics of a product and its related materials by strategically implementing images, colors, fonts, and other elements.
    • 9. Digital Product Designer Digital Product Designer Digital Product designers are the people who think about -what features the app will have, -what will it make stand out from competitors, -what are the most critical features that need to be done to ship the product, -what other features can be added in the future, -how will they work and integrate into the existing platform, -how would it connect to other company products.
    • 10. Web Designer Web Designer -Web designers are the people who handle websites such as a blog, a company website, a landing page or other things. They can have graphic design, seo, coding or online conversions / optimization knowledge. -Web designers use many technologies but commonly rely on hypertext and hypermedia resources including HTML, CSS and additional Web design tools.
    • 11. Multidisciplinary Designer Multidisciplinary Designer -A multidisciplinary design approach seeks to integrate the skills and methodology of designers from multiple disciplines into a collaborative effort. -Multidisciplinary designers need to understand how diverse areas of expertise can come together to solve complex design problems. -They don't have a problem tackling specific roles for that current project, so one day they can do UX/UI work, the next day they can graphic design work, while the one after that they can generate ideas with the marketing team. -It all depends on the designers background and skill set to determine how versatile and time saving it can be to a company.
    • 12. References References -https://www.interaction-design.org/ -https://medium.com/turkce/ux-designer-olmak-i%CC%87stiyorum-ne- yapmal%C4%B1y%C4%B1m-dfec462cedc8 -https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/industry-breakdown-ux-vs-ui-ixd-visual- product-designers-razvan/ -https://www.techopedia.com/definition/23888/web-designer -https://www.toptal.com/designers/visual/multidisciplinary-design -https://www.freepik.com
    • 13. Thank You Thank You Betül Uzun