Companies are increasingly realising the importance of user experiences in their digital endeavours and in this article, Manisha Attar - Senior UX Designer - explores the differences between a UX Designer and UX Consultant.
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A look back at UX Bristol
Whether you are a UX designer or consultant you’ll know that both disciplines work hand in hand to form a great user experience. Here at Nomensa, UX designers and consultants work collaboratively. User research & analysis, human psychology and information architecture are the strengths a UX consultant brings to the table, whilst a UX Designer brings their keen eye for aesthetics, interactions and user interface design. Each discipline shares their knowledge and skills to help enhance the other and create an effective team.