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All about UX/ UI Design

In this interview, Oliviero, a seasoned Product Manager, sheds light on the intriguing domain of UX/UI Design. Learn about the role and how Le Wagon's courses can kickstart your career in this exciting field.

Hi Oliviero, can you please introduce yourself?

I’m Oliviero, and I’m a Product Manager.

 

What is UX/UI Design?

Picture this: you open a website or application and are unable to find the menu. The scrolling function is too long or information is scattered all around the place. This is where a UX/ UI Designer can be of assistance. A UI designer focuses on the visual and interactive elements of a product, while a UX Designer encompasses the overall user experience, aiming to develop the best websites and apps.

 

How important is this job?

We’re able to surf the internet for hours on end, thanks to them. Content certainly plays an important role, but the form of a site, its interface, layout, and so on, also plays a crucial role. If a site is enjoyable, easy to use, easy to understand and easy to navigate, users will be satisfied. Our job is to ensure a positive user experience. Design wizards if you would.

 

How does a UX/UI Designer work?

Think of designing a website as painting. First start with a blank canvas and consider the demands and habits of the users or clients. Then understand the needs and add colours and imagery to make the website more attractive. Like a painter, a UX/UI Designer needs a deep understanding of the audience, an intuitive approach to creation and refinement, and careful attention to every element of the composition or layout.

 

What’s the average salary of a UX/ UI Designer?

On average, in Europe, you can expect to start your career earning between 30 and 40,000 euros per year. Naturally, your salary will increase as your career progresses.

 

How to become a UX/UI Designer?

It’s quite simple actually. Le Wagon offers training courses where you can choose your campus from all over the world or online and learn from experts in the field. During the course you will master Figma, the most used tool or UX and UI design, and understand all the collaborative tools and languages to work with Designers, Project Managers and Web Developers. Find out more on lewagon.com.

Final thoughts?

UX/UI Design is a thrilling position. It’s truly a job where you’ll have fun on every project because no two projects are alike.

 

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