Are you wondering how much your work colleague makes? Are you planning on transitioning to a UX jobs but you’re still not sure what type of UX jobs? We have created an infographic to help answer some of these questions.

UX jobs:

Looking at the most common UX jobs, we have researched pay in a way you can compare them. Some of this role require many years of experience. For example, a Head of UX probably began his or her career as a UX designer, got involved in other fields, and then progressed to that position over a career span of 6-8 years. As a result, the salary range presented in this infographic is contingent to the years of experience, types of experiences and the overall volatility between the salaries that different companies offer.

Under each job title we list the lower and upper ranges of the salary and provide an average of the mean which includes London

Infographic

Head UX Designer, User experience head

Head of UX

Head UX Payscale, Earning UX Head

UX Specialist

UX Specialist

UX Specialist Pay, earning for User experience specialist

UX Designer, User experience Deisgner

UX Designer

UX Specialist Pay, earning for User experience Designer

UX Architect, User experience Architect

UX Architect

UX Architect Payscale, Earning UX Head

UX Researcher

UX Researcher

UX Specialist Pay, earning for User experience specialist

UI Designer

UI Designer

UI DesignerPay, earning for UI Designer

Lead UX Designer

Lead UX Designer

Lead UX Designer Payscale

UX Consultant, User experience consultant

UX Consultant

UX Consultant Pay, earning for User experience consultant

Visual Designer

Visual Designer

Visual DesignerPay, earning for UI Designer

Information Architect

Information Architect

Information Architect Payscale

Interaction Design, Interaction Design consultant

Interaction Design

Interaction Design Pay, earning for Interaction Design consultant

Service Design

Service Design

Service Design pay, earning for Service Design

 

If you have previously worked in areas related to data, analytics, planning, as well as the media, visualization, creativity, it is worth paying attention to the profession UX designer.

This profession is now promising, interesting and cash. Science and methodology of UX design is constantly evolving. More and more IT companies are starting to realize that for the successful development of their products and services in need of professional and high-quality development of the user’s experience and interaction, a high level of usability.

Suppose you decide to become a UX designer. But you’ve never worked in IT.

What to do in this case?

Pass three simple, but requires a serious step relationship:

  1. Get a thorough knowledge of the theory of UX design.
  2. Complete a training workshop – namely, to execute the training project.
  3. Run a couple of training projects – in order to create a portfolio.

Then, with both knowledge and have some hands-on experience, you can easily search for jobs UX Designer and respond to them. Of course, first you have to start from the perspective of the level of Junior (basic), but with due diligence and zeal (or luck) you are in a relatively short period of time may well be able to go to the level of Middle and later – and the lords or Tim Lida (team leaders) .

How can pass the above three steps?

Knowledge of UX design theory can be obtained:

  • reading books
  • after going on-line courses
  • after going “live” basic courses UX design with an experienced teacher. This is where you can get the most thorough knowledge.

Undergo training workshop can be:

  • after going on-line courses
  • passing UX design a training workshop under the guidance of an experienced UX expert.

Perform an additional pair of training projects are:

  • inventing their own task and implement it (for example, by designing some application conditional on a specific topic that would be of interest to you. For example, social, medical or educational application)
  • performing a real project for the experience, not for the money (after finding it, for example, on the freelancing sites, interested in friends, requesting from non-profit organizations, etc.)

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