Interaction Designer IXD


Interaction Designers (also called User Experience Designer) create digital interfaces that focus on improving the relationship between human and computer, the user experience. They ensure that the product has good usability, flexibility, learnability, efficiency, and that it results to good user satisfaction.


Interaction designers work in teams. The team normally consists of:

  • Project Manager
  • Content Strategist
  • Information Architect
  • Web Developer
  • and more


An interaction designer can obtain any of the following:

  • Associate's Degree
  • Certificate/Diploma
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Master's Degree


  • Knowledge of CSS/HTML
  • Drawing/artistic abilities
  • Job-specific apps such as Sketch and Adobe software
  • Collaboration/teamwork skills
  • Good verbal and communication skills
  • Understanding of technology and design
  • Proficiency in graphic design and digital art


The average pay for an interaction designer ranges from $50,000 to over $70,000


  • Design firm/agency
  • Software and web developers
  • Video game developers


Yes, I would love to work this job because I love to design/create and I am also interested in psychology. This job is like a mix of the two: I would get to design software and apps based on people. I would have to interact with people, study their emotions and reactions to the software, and change/improve the software depending on those reactions.

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