Job description: User experience specialist

Is your organization interested in hiring a user experience (UX) specialist? The person in this job role makes websites and applications both visually appealing
and user friendly for the target audience. Think of Apple devices, where design and functionality meet, as excellent
examples of user experience.

With the abundance of social media, users are now capable of expressing their displeasure with an application or
website. Failing to pay attention to user experience is not an option. Often, a user experience specialist will not be someone with a computer science degree. Rather, UX specialists
will often have a degree or background in design, but with a good understanding of the technology that drives the
developing Internet of Things.

If you’re ready to hire a UX specialist, use this ready-made job description from TechRepublic Premium to find the right candidate for the job.

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