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Trends... There has been a general positive trend over the last 15 years for designers to take on larger and larger scope of responsibilities within the product development process 15 years ago in the "Microsoft" era of formal software development, human-computer interaction, visual design, or information architecture were specific disciplines in design, ...


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This is based on my vision, so I don't know if it's correct. but FOR ME, a Product Designer is in charge of the Product Design, whether it's a material or a digital one. This means that his tasks are more generic, and doesn't need to be a specialist in the disciplines involved in the design of the whole product, but needs to know a bit of them all. A "jack ...


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"Request a feature" is quite an abstract concept so I don't think there would be a clear conventional icon to use here. Here are my suggestions: You could think about a speech bubble to represent the "request" part. A light bulb is another one that could work as it suggests a new idea. A rocket is a bit of a strange one but could suggest ...


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Most brands choose a specific color for branding and stick with it. There is no general answer to why the specific color was chosen by what company. But in general, it seems to be a good idea for a brand to choose a color that is associated with it. In general, choosing a brand color helps building brand recognition. As you correctly stated, the colors of ...


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I agree with all the comments that say the difference is a fuzzy one, that most titles in our field are vague, and that a good designer can do either job. The main differentiator in my experience is that UX is a bit more driven by the experience of individual users, and product design is more driven by the idea of users. Product designers make decisions ...



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