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Product Designer Salary in Denver

Product Designer Job Description

A product designer can have many different tasks to perform in the course of their career. Some involve developing new products while others work strictly with existing ones. Dealing with design is important with both, either to design something new that will fill a need or make design changes to an existing product to make it more functional or costs less to produce. Products often include specialized products used in industries such as electronics and medical.

To be a successful product designer, one must fully comprehend the complete lifecycle of the product. A complete understanding of its technical elements is necessary, including its distribution chain. Helpful skills include proficiency with industrial, spatial or 3D design. Other important skills include creativity, an ability to handle deadlines, teamwork skills and commercial awareness.

Living and Working in Denver

Denver has grown a great deal since its founding in 1858 and continues to focus on having a strong housing market, plenty of transportation options and a fast-growing economy. The main industries include IT/software, aerospace, telecommunications, bioscience, broadcast and telecommunications, financial services and healthcare/wellness. With its ranking of sixth in the country for creative industries, it is ideal for those looking for employment where creativity is well-regarded.

Living in Denver is fun and exciting, with hundreds of restaurants and venues for entertainment. Speaking of restaurants, more than 200 new ones open each year and Denver is home to many award-winning chefs. Furthermore, in 2016, Zagat rated Denver third hottest food city, with everything from food trucks to five star. Add in countless museums and attractions and Denver is a great place to be.

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Compare Product Designer salaries by region

Product Designers are highest in demand in SF Bay Area, New York, and London. Browse and compare average salaries in locations where this role is also popular:

  1. Atlanta
  2. $173,333
  3. SF Bay Area
  4. $171,765
  5. Los Angeles
  6. $154,500
  7. New York
  8. $153,126
  9. Seattle
  10. $151,966
  11. Washington D.C.
  12. $143,750
  13. Chicago
  14. $136,744
  15. Dallas/Ft Worth
  16. $136,250
  17. Austin
  18. $135,559
  19. Philadelphia
  20. $131,437
  21. Toronto
  22. C$124,000
  23. Boston
  24. $123,711
  25. Denver
  26. $119,090
  27. San Diego
  28. $100,000
  29. France
  30. €78,571
  31. London
  32. £72,900
  1. Atlanta
  2. $173,333
  3. SF Bay Area
  4. $171,765
  5. Los Angeles
  6. $154,500
  7. New York
  8. $153,126
  9. Seattle
  10. $151,966
  11. Washington D.C.
  12. $143,750
  13. Chicago
  14. $136,744
  15. Dallas/Ft Worth
  16. $136,250
  17. Austin
  18. $135,559
  19. Philadelphia
  20. $131,437
  21. Toronto
  22. C$124,000
  23. Boston
  24. $123,711
  25. Denver
  26. $119,090
  27. San Diego
  28. $100,000
  29. France
  30. €78,571
  31. London
  32. £72,900
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Where Product Designers are highest in demand

    Product Designers are highest in demand in SF Bay Area, New York, and London. Browse and compare average salaries in locations where this role is also popular: