Product Designer Salary in Washington D.C.

Product Designer Job Description

Product designers have a bird‰Ûªs eye view of the development and evaluation of a product or service. Product designers play an incredibly important role in the look, feel and experience of a product and thus, must be a master of many trades. They should be familiar with visual design, user experience, research and design, sales and marketing, to name a few. Product designers should also possess business acumen and be able to work with stakeholders inside and outside of an organization.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, product designer job positions are expected to grow by 1,800 jobs per year through 2026. Job prospects are best in larger cities.

Living and Working in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is the nation's capital and a thriving metropolitan area with over 6 million residents. The city has a large professional and business services sector but the overall economy is fairly diversified and becoming more so. In addition to several law firms, lobbying and public affairs firms, a few notable media companies that are based in DC include C-SPAN, BET, Atlantic Media and Voice of America. Some tech companies based in the region include HelloWallet, Blackboard, Inc. and NGP VAN.

Washington D.C. offers a high quality of life, with easy access to international cuisine and historic sites and museums. Popular attractions include the National Mall, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, the Smithsonian and the new National Museum of African American History. The region is serviced by three major international airports: Ronald Reagan, Washington Dulles and Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall.

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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. SF Bay Area
  2. $153,170
  3. Seattle
  4. $144,346
  5. New York
  6. $135,326
  7. Austin
  8. $134,250
  9. Atlanta
  10. $132,500
  11. Los Angeles
  12. $130,508
  13. Washington D.C.
  14. $129,444
  15. Boston
  16. $127,628
  17. Denver
  18. $126,724
  19. Chicago
  20. $125,038
  21. Dallas/Ft Worth
  22. $125,000
  23. San Diego
  24. $110,000
  25. Toronto
  26. C$98,881
  27. Dublin
  28. €75,000
  29. London
  30. £70,714
  31. Minneapolis/St Paul
  32. $70,000
  33. France
  34. €65,000
  1. SF Bay Area
  2. $153,170
  3. Seattle
  4. $144,346
  5. New York
  6. $135,326
  7. Austin
  8. $134,250
  9. Atlanta
  10. $132,500
  11. Los Angeles
  12. $130,508
  13. Washington D.C.
  14. $129,444
  15. Boston
  16. $127,628
  17. Denver
  18. $126,724
  19. Chicago
  20. $125,038
  21. Dallas/Ft Worth
  22. $125,000
  23. San Diego
  24. $110,000
  25. Toronto
  26. C$98,881
  27. Dublin
  28. €75,000
  29. London
  30. £70,714
  31. Minneapolis/St Paul
  32. $70,000
  33. France
  34. €65,000
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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: