Often, a UX designer is defined as a highly skilled digital product design expert who is capable of ensuring a full UX engineering process, as well as user interface design. If perceived in this way, the user experience designer looks like a universal soldier who can do everything.
It's not so optimistic in real life. Of course, UX skills are a must for any user interface designer to perform better and provide user centered solutions, but it is not enough to simply become a UX architect because, to create a delightful user experience, you need to analyze and define business specifics and context; market context and competitor advantages; user psychology, expectations and behavior; and technology opportunities and limitations. This requires analytical skills, deep empathy, systems thinking (which requires brain structures opposite to aesthetic perception of the world) and hunger for visual harmony, all characteristics that the best user interface designers should possess.
That's why it is better to use the name "UX/UI designer" or even just "UI designer" for a specialist who designs a user interface for financial services. If we mean user experience design, then "UX architect'' will be an appropriate name for the role. We believe that, only through the synergy of a UX architect and UI designer, the best financial services can develop.
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In its annual study, Washington D.C. based B2B research firm Clutch analyzed the activities and reviews of 121 UX design agencies worldwide and identified TOP15 leading studios of 2017. According to this published research, UXDA design studio is ...
According to Clutch research UXDA is included in TOP15 best user experience agencies worldwide, as a leading financial UX design agency.