Understand the difference between professional design jobs. Designers identify themselves with many titles.
👉 Majority of those are as follows:
Full Stack Designer, UI Designer, UX Designer, Graphic Designer, & Product Designer.
What is Full Stack Design?
Getting involved in every aspect of the design right from the start of the project; such as User experience, User Interface and the Frontend development.🤯
What is UI Design?
Create designs for a website or a mobile app, software, etc.
What is UX Design?
Design and optimize user journey, research, conduct interviews, surveys and design paper sketches, wireframes, and prototyping.
What is Graphic Design?
Create logos, photography, illustrations, icons, and typography.
🤔 To understand the job roles more clearly, take a look at the definition of these titles below.
Who is a Full Stack Designer?
A full stack designer is a multidisciplinary individual who offers multiple skill sets but thinks about projects more holistically and comprehensively. They get involved in every stage of a product design: research, design, HTML/CSS. Full stack does not mean to do it all; but they have the knowledge to do so.
Who is a UI Designer?
A UI Designer is a one who focuses on information architecture — such as how elements are arranged on a page, why they are there, and how clearly that is all communicated to the user.
Who is a UX Designer?
A UX Designer is a one who focuses on the holistic experience, identifying a problem; what it will take to solve it; iterating & refining user flows, and the overall user journey to a delightful experience.
Who is a Graphic Designer?
A Graphic Designer decides how things are going to look; they make icons, choose colors, patterns, and font pairings.
Who is a Product Designer?
A product designer is a one who does not work on digital product design. It is not the same as a UX & UI Designer.