Start Your UX Designer Career

As an entry-level UX designer, you’ll be applying technical skills in prototyping and wireframing to develop user-friendly products and services. Gain the right skills to get started in this career path.

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Learn the basics of UX design

User experience (UX) designers are responsible for the look and feel of a product, usually a website, app, or other digital tool. They collaborate with product managers, UX researchers, and engineers to design a functional, user-friendly experience and increase user satisfaction.

As an entry-level UX designer, you’ll be expected to know the basics of the design process and apply your skills toward mapping user flows, designing wireframes and prototypes, conducting usability studies, and managing and meeting with stakeholders. 

Similar roles include UI designer, product designer, UX researcher, and web designer.

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