By The Creative Group
As both mobile and web development continue to boom and the lines between design and technology increasingly blur, the demand for user experience (UX) designers remains robust. But sometimes it’s not clear where the UX designer job description begins and ends, especially when it’s lumped in with user interface, interaction design and other design and development functions.
Get the scoop on typical job duties, education and skills requirements, as well as UX designer salary benchmarks for 2016, on the TCG Blog.
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