• Jennifer Nguyen, over 2 years ago

    I personally feel (and I haven't seen this expressed yet in the design community) that UX/UI as a term is misleading. UX/UI stands for User Experience and User Interface. But a user's experience is not just with the product, it's also every touchpoint they have with the company: sales, marketing, account manager, etc. A user's experience should be looked at holistically. But in today's world, a UX/UI designer just focuses on the product, so the correct term is Product Designer. Either we kill off UX/UI as a term or change the position's details to that of someone who designs the end to end experience from when a user first discovers the company to when they are in the product.

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