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UX Designer

A UX Designer focusses on ergonomics and the user experience, and they work closely with UI Designers. UX stands for "User eXperience", meaning that the designer aims to make a product or service usable, enjoyable, and accessible, ensuring the best possible experience for the user. They imagine the scenarios that a user might experience and consider all possible problems that may be encountered in order to fine-tune the system, making it as easy to use as possible. Their role is both technical and strategic.


  • They identify and analyse user needs and try to understand user perception before, during and after a purchase, or even after simply browsing the website.

  • They create tree diagrams to explore the different possible user experience paths.

  • They draw up budgets for the projects they manage.

  • They model the different customer paths and envisage customer contact points in order to adapt the message.

  • They design the service or interface taking into account all possible constraints, whether cognitive, behavioural, emotional or technical.

Required skills

  • Rigour (even perfectionism)
  • Curiosity
  • Interest in the web and technical disciplines
  • Analytical skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Teamwork

What you need to learn/master

  • Marketing
  • Digital marketing
  • Digital communication strategies
  • Ergonomics
  • Programming
  • Design
  • Applied English

Career opportunities and progression

  • Principal recruiters are digital design agencies and communication agencies.
  • UX Designers can also work as freelancers.
  • Information Architect
  • Project Manager
  • Interactive Design Director
  • Web Agency Director

Qualification requirements

5 years of post-High School education


Junior: €30,000 - €40,000

Experienced: €50,000 +