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UX Design = Product Design...
Wait, WHAT?! 😱 Let's settle this once and for all! 🤯 What are the actual differences between a Product Design role, and User Experience Role...?!
Increasingly we see both UX Design, and Product Design confused, muddled and used interchangeably, particularly on recruitment portals. But what are the key differences and similarities between these two roles, and why should you apply for the specific role, not the job title?
In this video we give some tangible definitions, show how these two roles are very similar, and... how at the end of the day... these titles REALLY don't matter that much...
If you're starting out in the design industry, there are increasingly more confused by all ambiguous job titles out there, then this is the video for you! We detail the 4 key reasons why titles like these don't really matter, and why you should focus on honing your application to the individual job requirements and the needs of the employer!
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Wayfair Job Ad (Was taken down 🥺)
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UX Design Vs. Product Design (Are They The SAME Thing?!)