How to become a UXD (user experience designer) (infographic)

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A career as a user experience designer marries tech knowledge with knowing what makes people tick, a new infographic on how to pursue a career in human-centred design reveals.

The infographic created for Schools.com taps into a buzz-worthy career these days – without user experience designers, navigating apps and websites could be confusing and difficult.

A job in user experience design incorporates several elements: usability, interaction design, information architecture, visual design, and prototype development, according to the infographic.

The infographic also charts examples of user experience designers at work, educational background and expanded education, tool proficiencies, experience, and salary.

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Tina held senior editorial positions at daily newspapers in Ottawa and Toronto

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