UX Developers

10 results from Eastern Europe

UX Developer responsible for all aspects of the end-user's interaction with app, website or software.

Den S.

UA

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Full time

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UI/UX designer

I’m a big believer in the idea that designing interfaces is not just about seeing but USING.

Vladyslav D.

UA

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Full time

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Product Designer

UX/UI Designer with 4+ years experience of developing interfaces for web & mobile applications.

Alena S.

UA

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Full time

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UI/UX Designer

Experienced User Interface Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry.

Bogdan K.

UA

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Full time

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UX/UI Designer

I’m a UX/UI Designer with 4+ years experience

Eugene G.

UA

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Full time

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UI/UX Designer

I started my career as a designer around 5 years ago at advertising and digital agencies.

Inga S.

UA

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Full time

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Sr. Product Designer

I have many years of experience in the field of UI/UX and Graphic design.

Jully K.

UA

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Full time

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UI/UX Designer

Working as a designer I’m responsible for creation pixel perfect designs solutions that fulfill simultaneously business and user needs

Dmitry K.

UA

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Full time

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Product Designer

I’m a Designer who specialize on User Experience, User Interface and Interaction Design.

Andrii R.

UA

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Full time

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Senior User Experience Designer

I have over 9 years in design. Strong understanding of design principles, typography, color theory.

Viacheslav M.

UA

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Full time

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UX Designer

Hi, I am mobile designer with 6 years experience in designing native mobile apps

Do you need a UX front end developer for your project?

UX (User Experience) development is a tricky subject. For one thing, it’s usually called UX design, not development. Apart from that, it seems that nobody in the professional world of software development has reached the ideal definition of what UX is, so people will have different opinions about what UX is, what purpose UX development serves, and how to do it right.

It was virtually non-existent in the pre-2000 era of software development, but as competition grew, and software has started to take over the world, UX became a big part of diversifying applications by making them more friendly to use than the competition.

User Experience incorporates knowledge from various disciplines, including information architecture, human-computer interaction design, visual design, and usability.

The end goal of UX development is to increase customer satisfaction, by attracting and holding on to customers thanks to the functionality, pleasure, and ease of using an application.

UX development is about improving the experience of users in a way that makes it easier to find value in what the product provides. It can also be understood as the process of understanding how users interact with a product, and improving those interactions.

In one way or another, UX design is always a part of software development projects, even if there are no UX front end developers on board the team. But it’s not easy to meet the needs of both the business behind the product, and the end user who actually uses it.

In some ways UX design is an analytical process, but the largest part of it is creative. There’s an emotional element to UX, as it forces designers to empathise with the people they’re designing for. It’s a sort of commitment to the user, and to making sure that using the product will generate positive emotions.

In this context, technology is a means to achieving user satisfaction – and not the end value that users really seek. UX designers have become an important part of product development teams, and they are the users’ advocates in the software development process.

What skills should UX designers have?

Coding might not be the most important part of a UX designers’ work (unless someone has to be both the front-end developer, and UX designer). However, it’s a critical skill for someone to have, which allows UX designers to build functional prototypes without having to take time away from a developer who’s busy with other tasks.

They don’t need to be full-stack developers, nor superb experts, but they can’t be afraid of coding either.

UX designers need to be able to create pre-development wireframes and prototypes. There are several software packages for doing that, both open-source and commercial, so good candidates should know the ecosystem and have experience working with tools for prototyping.

To build a satisfying User Experience, designers need to combine knowledge from several, often very different fields – like cognitive psychology, art, graphic design, and computer science. This means that UX designers need to be fast learners who don’t have a problem with acquiring and combining knowledge from different domains.

Great UX designers will also be great writers. Whether it’s instructions for developers, instructions for users, or content within an application, UX design is very much intertwined with writing concise, informative, and sweet content.

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