The Numbers Behind a Career in User Experience Design (UXD)

From salary to average work day, see the numbers behind a career in UX design.

Examining the Skills Needed for UX Design

From the technology in your car and computer to the technology in your phone and television, user experience design (UXD) is an integral component of our daily lives. As society continues to rely more and more on digital experiences, there will continue to be an increase in UX designer jobs, as businesses need well-trained experts who understand the effect of user interactions within our digital world.

For those who wish to be at the forefront of the UX design field, Kent State University is proud to offer a Master of Science in User Experience Design degree entirely online.

Check out the graphic below to discover the advantages, opportunities and increasing demand for UX design professionals.

Career in UX design infographic

Ready to start your journey toward a career in UX design? Find out more about the online master’s degree in UX design at Kent State University.

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