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UX Researcher Job Description

UX researchers use several investigative techniques to discover users‰Ûª needs and provide an in-depth insight into the design process of a product or service. This includes identifying and interviewing users on what their needs or pain-points may be, analyzing market data, comparing findings with teammates and designers and making recommendations based on statistical and conducted test results. It is understood that conducting research throughout the lifecycle of a given project saves both time and money due to validating concepts before creation. This is done by conducting interviews with prospective end users, contextual inquiries and usability testing. UX researchers will share their findings and collaborate with design and product teams to identify user needs and understand product requirements ahead of product creation. Clear communications in written form, using an agreed upon software forum or verbally between both the potential users and the production teams is a requirement. Helpful skills for a UX researcher include the ability to create training modules that ultimately improve quality and consistency of the end product.

UX researchers should have qualifications like computer proficiency, be above average in analytical thinking, have great attention to detail and have design expertise. Many times a Bachelor‰Ûªs degree in information technology or computer science is required although in some cases documented skills can carry more weight than a formal education.

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Compare UX Researcher salaries by region

UX Researchers 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. Washington D.C.
  2. $200,000
  3. SF Bay Area
  4. $141,570
  5. Seattle
  6. $139,690
  7. New York
  8. $126,150
  9. Los Angeles
  10. $125,957
  11. Boston
  12. $118,297
  13. Chicago
  14. $114,555
  15. Austin
  16. $109,176
  17. Denver
  18. $108,716
  19. San Diego
  20. $107,500
  21. Dallas/Ft Worth
  22. $100,000
  23. Toronto
  24. C$85,400
  25. London
  26. £62,356
  27. France
  28. €49,805
  1. Washington D.C.
  2. $200,000
  3. SF Bay Area
  4. $141,570
  5. Seattle
  6. $139,690
  7. New York
  8. $126,150
  9. Los Angeles
  10. $125,957
  11. Boston
  12. $118,297
  13. Chicago
  14. $114,555
  15. Austin
  16. $109,176
  17. Denver
  18. $108,716
  19. San Diego
  20. $107,500
  21. Dallas/Ft Worth
  22. $100,000
  23. Toronto
  24. C$85,400
  25. London
  26. £62,356
  27. France
  28. €49,805
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Where UX Researchers are highest in demand

    UX Researchers 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: