User Experience Design
Where will this take me?
User Experience Design graduates will be prepared for careers in a range of industries, everything from banking and finance to government and entertainment. Any industry that needs digital technology, needs user experience design. Whether you’re looking for ways to improve processes or making sure that customers can navigate a business website – we are relying on technology more everyday.
Some pathways might involve designing and developing new technology, or improving on the digital infrastructure we have now. You could look at:
- Service design
- Business process design
- Mobile app design
- Web and social media development
Career pathways are varied and plentiful in the 21st century that involved the design and development of digital technology:
- Account manager
- Action designer
- Applications developer
- Digital strategist
- IT sales and marketing officer
- Mobile app designer
- Multimedia programmer
- Search engine optimiser
- Social media manager
- Systems designer
- User experience (UX) designer
- Web and social media developer
- Web designer.
To meet the requirements of professional recognition with the the Australian Computer Society and qualifies graduates for international membership of the Association for Computing Machinery and the Association for Information Systems students of the User Experience Design major must also complete the Master of Information Technology.
Completing a graduate course after the Bachelor of Design will set you up to become a leader in UX and digital tech. You could have a wide range of career opportunities to increase your earning potential. User Experience Design major students go on to complete graduate study in many different areas: