The Usability/UX Analyst Role

High-level definition of the Usability/UX Analyst role

Usability or UX (User eXperience) Analyst refers to the broad category of professionals who are involved in the interface design or user experience for software applications and websites.

Analysts who are dedicated specifically to this role are concerned with the usability and user experience requirements for a given application. Once those requirements are well understood they create the actual UI designs, mockups, prototypes, or simulations which need to show not just what the user interface will look like but also how the end user will interact with the interface.

Other common titles for this role are: User Interface (UI) Designer, Web Designer, Usability Professional, User Experience Professional, Interaction Designer, Business Analyst (generic term), etc.


 

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