To define the user experience of a product is to search for the scenarios and user courses that adopt the viewpoint of the user, by favouring the interactions « with no difficulty nor effort ».
The user experience (UX) designer intends to make the experience of a product or of a service as pleasant and satisfying as possible. To do so, he uses a large panel of methodologies and tools to model the expectations and behaviours of the users, as well as design solutions that he can provide.
At Strate, the interaction major allows to enter this profession.
Job duties and responsabilities
To define the most adapted scenarios and user courses, the UX designer conducts contextual research, on the field and through surveys. This approach allows him to understand the needs and expectations of the people who will use the product or service.
He establishes competitive analyses, personas, schematic respresentations of interfaces, use scenarios, tree views,etc.
For every problem in the identified experience, he offers solutions that will meet the needs and goals of the users.
40,000 € a year
- To identify and rephrase the issue of the project
- To conduct research on the context and the needs of the users (interviews, questionnaires, obervation, etc.), to identify the behaviours and formalize the results of the analysis in the shape of personas.
- To define the target experience and identify the key paths
- To formalize the information architecture of the interface
- To write the functiona specifications, in collaboration with the technical teams
- To master the tools to formalize the conception
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