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UI Designer

UI Developer

A UI Designer (User Interface) is responsible for designing the user interface. They are responsible for creating the interface and ensuring that the navigation experience is seamless, efficient and user-friendly. They organise the graphic and textual elements to ensure that they conform to technical standards and the brand’s identity, generating visually appealing content.


  • They work closely with UX Designers, as well as Developers, Design Directors, Integrators and the sales team.

  • Their work involves different devices: computers, tablets, connected televisions, interactive terminals, etc.

  • They are in charge of the overall interface design, ensuring smooth navigation and optimal navigation paths.

  • They ensure that all design decisions are consistent with the "user experience path" devised by the UX Designer, whilst at the same time respecting client requirements.

  • They also address the specificities of each digital medium so as to improve the interface and achieve a functional design.

Required skills

  • Creativity and flair for design
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Autonomy
  • Curiosity
  • Interest in programming

What you need to learn/master

  • Digital design and computer graphics
  • IT
  • Multimedia
  • Project management
  • Psychology and sociology
  • Applied English

Career opportunities and progression

  • Principal recruiters are digital design agencies and communication agencies.
  • UI designers can also work as freelancers.
  • Project Manager
  • Interactive Design Director
  • Web Agency Director

Qualification requirements

5 years of post-High School education


Junior: €30,000 - €35,000

Experienced: €40,000 - €45,000