• D G, over 2 years ago

    I would say, a UI/UX Designer is the one who takes care of most of the design requirements, a Product Manager bridges the gap between the designers and developers and other relevant teams and Product Designer is the combination of the first two. Makes sense?

    4 points
    • A B, over 2 years ago

      Exactly.

      A Product Designer would also include elements of UX research, whereas UX/UI Designer would typically work alongside a UX Researcher as well as a Product Manager.

      It's not "better" to be either, just where specialties lie.

      Do you want to be a "jack of all trades" or have sharper focus in a narrower part of the product development cycle?

      5 points