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Digital Product UX, UI & Design Jobs

With positions across a range of agencies, established brands, and start-ups, we work with digital designers and creatives who deliver experiences ranging from cross-platform campaigns to digital products and services. From UI and product designers to motion graphics, copywriters and creative teams – all from entry to director level. 

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Data Engineers, Data Analysis, UX Designer - North Carolina

Pharma, digital transformation

My client is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world and has embarked on a global digital transformation programme, that will be far reaching and extend to all corners of this pharma giant. URGENTLY hiring for the following roles in Raleigh, North Carolina:- Senior Manager,...

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Frequently asked questions

What is a digital product designer?

A digital product designer has the design skills to bring a digital product from creation to market. This could include:

  • Identifying an opportunity for a new product or feature
  • Experience design: user research, UX Flows, wireframes, lo-fi prototyping, testing, etc.
  • Visual interface design & hi-fi prototyping

What is the difference between a product designer and a UI/UX designer?

These two titles are often used interchangeably. Both refer to an individual who has a design skill-set encompassing UX and Visual/UI Design.

However, you could say that a product designer is always working on products, whereas a UI/UX Designer might work across broader projects – such as the UX and design of a simple brochureware site.

What are employers looking for in a digital product designer's CV?

They'll want to see examples of good work -  people who can design well will always be in demand.

Companies look for designers who can understand and communicate how design can solve a business problem. It’s no longer just about visuals - it’s part of a broader process that brings in UX, design, stakeholder management and commercial awareness.

Designers who understand how to communicate in this way will really stand out.

A typical product team is made up of researchers, product designers, product managers, and engineers – so product designers often won’t be expected to have formal research skills or experience.

How do I get started as a digital product designer?

The earlier you decide what kind of designer you want to be the better - so you can work out what kind of companies hire those people.

Product designers are most likely to be hired by tech companies, start-ups, or brands.

There are also a few agencies. Apply for internships and start learning and reading product design processes and blogs; most tech companies’ product design teams write their own blogs.

Start building a portfolio – if not from internships, then work on personal projects.