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UX design is the hot trend right now
Companies have never been more invested in making sure their users, customers, and clients have a positive experience with their websites and mobile app design
Adobe Systems Incorporated spoke to 500 managers and department heads working in UX design and asked them about their needs, their hiring priorities, and what they’re looking for in potential candidates. What they found looks very good for UX professionals.
Adobe set out to uncover the latest hiring trends in UX design and the results point to one big conclusion: ‘UX designers’ are now as in demand as software engineers, and that demand is only going to increase.
‘UX Tools’ Is The Most Important Skill, But Personality Counts Too
When asked what skills they look for in UX designers, 42% of managers said ‘knowledge of UX tools’ is the most important factor in hiring. 33% said the ability to collaborate was a top skill, but this answer varied a lot depending on the size of the organization. Collaboration skills are much less important to managers who’ve hired more than 20 UX designers in the past year.
All managers said UX design experience (76%), having a strong portfolio (75%), and coding/programming experience (70%) were the top things they looked for in the hiring process.
UX Design For Mobile Platforms is Most Important
The majority of hiring managers are focused on mobile platforms (55%), and they expect mobile will still be the top priority for hiring in five years time (48%).
While desktop-to-mobile (cross-platform user design) will also remain a hiring priority, 45% of managers expect to hire UX designers who can work on virtual reality (VR) projects in the next 3-5 years. Growth is expected in augmented reality (37% of managers looking to hire in 3-5 years), and
AI and wearable will see double-digit growth in hiring trends too.
Source: Google it, "Hiring Trends in UX Design: The 6 Things You Need to Know About Tech’s Fastest Growing Field" (link is not allowed here)
“There’s an App for That.”
It’s the trademarked slogan by the Apple, that defined that everything have an app.
According to Statica, Worldwide mobile app revenue was 88.3 billion dollar this year. By 2020, mobile apps are forecast to generate around 189 billion U.S. dollars in revenues. According to applause,90% Of Companies Will Increase Mobile App Investment. The huge market of app development increasing so fast. So does increasing mobile app UI/UX design with it and creating hundreds of thousand of jobs and business.
If you don't take this opportunity, you will remain far behind in your career.
So, to be a complete mobile app UI/UX designer from scratch, we created a full course to learn 7 tools from scratch and design 15 top chart apps from scratch. You will learn mobile app design from scratch.
You will learn to wire-frame, mock-up, prototype and App UI animation.
Its 27 hours of video content and almost 50 project.
You will learn from scratch:
- Mobile app design in Photoshop CC
- Mobile app design in Sketch 3 & 4
- App UI animation in After effects CC
- Mobile app prototyping in Flinto
- Mobile app prototyping and interactive app in Principle for Mac
- Mobile app prototyping in Invision
- Wireframe with Balsamiq
After you learn all the tools from scratch,
You will learn to design top chart apps from scratch are:
- Facebook Messenger
And much more......For iOS and for Android
- You will learn to make the interactive app with Flinto, Invision and Principle for Mac
- You will learn how to wire-frame by using Balsamiq from scratch.
- You will learn App UI animation by After Effects CC from scratch.
Many student complain that, there are no complete course on Mobile UI/UX design. One course on Photoshop with designing one screen of an app, another one on Sketch 3 with design few screen of an app and so on.....
So, we created a completed course on mobile App UI/UX design to ease your life. You do not have to buy many course to learn mobile app UI/UX design. You need to buy only this course. Mobile app design from scratch.