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To me the difference between a product designer and an UX designer would be that a product designer deals more with the question of what the product should do, while an UX designer deals with the question of how the product should deliver what it does. In other words: product design is about what benefits the product should bring its users - and UX ...


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Product designer - Designing the product so that it is robust in terms of design able to accommodate various requirements, scenarios, features and user flows. like an ecosystem where stakeholders can expand and optimize the product easily using what's already there. e.g. the product already been designed to accommodate a new module, with minimum redesign ...


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Good question. These are very closely related in product teams. UX designers will typically conduct user interviews and other various user testing methods to get in the minds of the product users. It's designing with the mind in mind. UX designers should be dependent on users for a design layout. Product designers work closely with ux designers in that ...


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This is probably not the industry standard definition, but certainly what I understand the job titles to mean: UX designer - someone who applies User-Centred Design (UCD) approach to solving problems relating to user experience (can be in business, technical, design or anything else); generally this will be for a digital product or service, but ...



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