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The main responsibility of this role is to create and arrange every page of a product to create maximum user efficiency.

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What Does a UI Designer Do?

While UI and UX Designers fit under the same category of User Interface Design, they each make up a different leg of the journey.

Firstly, the UI (User Interface) Designer creates the baseline of how a user interacts with a product. For example, a smartphone’s touch screen would be considered the User Interface. This is the way the audience interacts with a digital product. Therefore, the UI Designer helps to create and establish efficient use of interfacing technology.

Furthermore, in regard to the website and application design, the UI Designer works to make sure the digital interface is intuitive and proficient. This may involve creating buttons, spacing, images, and icons.

If you are looking for a designer to help implement user-friendly ideas for your app or website, you are looking for UI/UX Designer staffing.

What Does a UX Designer Do?

UX (User Experience) Designers start from the beginning. Firstly, they help envision and create how the overall product will work. They understand how the product is supposed to work and how it will reach the audience. Next, they come up with the most proficient way to instill this product.

For example, while the UI Designer may take the time to work out the coding and creation of buttons, the UX Designer was the one to come up with the idea.

Simply put, the UX Designer creates and designs the insides of the product, while the UI Designer works to create the appearance based on the UX ideas.

Example Responsibilities for UI/UX Designer Staffing

While the UI/UX Designer works on different steps of the User Interface Design process, their job descriptions are often similar. It’s a tricky subject, and sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between the roles. Overall, the UI/UX Designer works to…

  • Works with a team to support roadmaps and manage project overflow.
  • Works alongside other UX/UI designers on a team.
  • Reviews with the copywriter to approve design proposals.
  • Partners with business analysts that fall under App Product Team or Development team.
  • Walks through solutions with lead engineers. Reviews with stakeholders.
  • Firstly, designs elegant, smart, and usable designs for web and mobile applications.
  • Takes direction from product and design teams to ensure that we are leveraging our UX expertise properly.
  • Maintains a human-centered design approach through rapid testing and iteration of concepts.
  • Supports consistency across application experiences through the application of design systems and UX patterns.
  • Supports development to ensure that design intent is communicated and understood and QA deliverables to identify and prioritize gaps.