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.
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