Salary Directory Toronto Visual/UI Designers

Visual/UI Designer Salary in Toronto

Visual designers have comprehensive knowledge of brand, identity, marketing, and user interface design. They are expected to collaborate deeply with teams across the organization to ensure a consistent brand narrative and aesthetic throughout every part of the brand. Visual designers often create web layouts, product illustrations, iconography, print collateral, and presentations.
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Compare Visual/UI Designer salaries by region

Visual/UI 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. SF Bay Area
  2. $146,661
  3. Seattle
  4. $134,871
  5. San Diego
  6. $131,000
  7. Los Angeles
  8. $129,743
  9. New York
  10. $126,335
  11. Washington D.C.
  12. $125,714
  13. Boston
  14. $125,496
  15. Austin
  16. $116,433
  17. Chicago
  18. $114,166
  19. Dallas/Ft Worth
  20. $110,000
  21. Denver
  22. $101,263
  23. Toronto
  24. C$90,354
  25. London
  26. £61,200
  27. France
  28. €48,555
  1. SF Bay Area
  2. $146,661
  3. Seattle
  4. $134,871
  5. San Diego
  6. $131,000
  7. Los Angeles
  8. $129,743
  9. New York
  10. $126,335
  11. Washington D.C.
  12. $125,714
  13. Boston
  14. $125,496
  15. Austin
  16. $116,433
  17. Chicago
  18. $114,166
  19. Dallas/Ft Worth
  20. $110,000
  21. Denver
  22. $101,263
  23. Toronto
  24. C$90,354
  25. London
  26. £61,200
  27. France
  28. €48,555
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Where Visual/UI Designers are highest in demand

    Visual/UI 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: