UX design is a rapidly evolving area with a projected 15 percent annual growth rate over the next ten years. Hundreds of thousands of job posts for UX-related positions may be found on most job search platforms. In fact, recruiters all over the world are having difficulty filling open positions for UX designers since the demand for these abilities outnumbers the supply of available UX designers.
While it may be too early to start looking for work, it’s crucial to keep in mind that “UX designer” is simply one of many professional titles in the user experience area. Furthermore, as an entry-level UX designer, you will most likely collaborate with other UX professionals in CR8 Consultancy that specialize in different areas such as the ones listed below, to create creative and unique products that people enjoy using. Isn’t that exciting? This reading will look at a few potential occupations in the subject of user experience to help you get started.
These are the following user experience careers that you may start with:
1. UX Researcher
UX researchers investigate how people use a product through studies or interviews. Users’ difficulty areas are frequently identified by UX researchers, who then investigate how solutions might help solve such concerns. They also test the usability of current products, such as First Smile, McallsMMspot , Genesis and by asking consumers to perform tasks.
2. UX Writer
UX writers consider ways to make a product’s language more understandable so that the user experience is more intuitive. UX writers also assist in the development of a brand’s voice and personality for example the Etiqa App, Maybank done by CR8 Consultancy. Writing labels for buttons and setting the tone of language used within an app or website are common tasks for UX writers.
3. UX Engineers
UX engineers turn a design’s intent into a usable experience, such as the Mbooster Website and App.They assist UX teams in determining whether designs are both intuitive and technically possible.
Questions like, “How do we implement each interaction?” are answered by UX engineers. How can we construct this design while remaining faithful to its original intent? And, how might we investigate several options in order to identify the optimum user experience? UX engineers bring product concepts to life by combining design and development.
4. Improving SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
UX project managers ensure that clear and timely communication is maintained throughout the development process, ensuring that the process of creating a useful product runs smoothly from beginning to end. Setting goals, drafting project plans, and allocating team resources are all examples of this. UX project managers respond to queries such as: What are the project’s overall goals, and how will they be met?
5. Higher Conversion Rates
Visual designers concentrate on the appearance of a product or technology. They are frequently in charge of creating logos, graphics, and icons, as well as determining font colour, size, and placement such as in Tranglo, Frenshi & Le Gua projects. Visual designers focus on the organization of each page or screen, ensuring that all design elements are aesthetically pleasing.
6. Interaction Designer
Interaction designers concentrate on the user experience and how a product works. They try to figure out how a typical user completes a task on an app, website, or other platform by following the user flow, or path. Interaction designers are a specific form of UX designer.
7. Motion Designer
Motion designers consider how a user interacts with a product and how to make seamless transitions between pages in an app or website. To bring their design concepts to life such as the logo of 10 Mom, they may also develop animations or visual effects. Motion designers are a specific form of UX designer.
8. Augmented Reality Designer
Augmented reality (AR) designers use the real-world environment as a background and overlays virtual graphics on top. Users are still aware of their surroundings in context, but their reality has been more enhances by the addition of graphics via a screen. For example, you can sit in your house as an Augmented Reality experience adds digital visuals to the environment around you, such as a new television, sofa, furniture and chandeliers
The work of an augmented reality designer solves concerns like: How can we develop a user experience that takes advantage of 3D space? Designers must carefully consider everything from sound to lighting to ensure users are comfortable immersed in an AR experience.
9. Virtual Reality Designer
Virtual reality (VR) designers build devices that allow consumers to immerse themselves in immersive experiences that are not limited by the physical world. Virtual Reality is a type of technology in which a user’s vision is taken over by a headset that shuts out their physical surroundings and immerses them in a completely virtual environment. VR, for example, can make you feel as if you’re entering a magical imaginary world. Virtual Reality designers will respond to questions like Will this action create motion sickness in the user? Will this virtual environment cause any harm to the user? Or how to ensure users to experience the best sound and lighting effects.
10. Conversation Designer
Intelligent virtual assistants like Google Assistant and Siri, as well as interactive voice response systems like customer service systems that you can communicate to, use conversational interfaces. Automobile navigation and chatbots are examples of conversational interfaces. Natural, real-world conversational habits are incorporated into the interactions between people and these devices through conversation design.
Conversation designers use user research, psychology, technological understanding, and languages to produce intuitive and engaging user experiences. They create the voice’s “persona,” or personality, as well as the interaction’s flow and conversation. Users can have natural discussions to get things done.