UX Candidates in Manchester

Pubished 6th December 2019


What is UX Design?

User experience design (UXD or UED) is the process of enhancing customer satisfaction and loyalty by improving the usability, ease of use, and pleasure provided in the interaction between the customer and the product.

Manchester

5 mile search radius


Search terms used: UX Designer, UX Developer, UX Consultant, Lead UX Designer, Senior UX Consultant, Senior UX Designer, Senior UX Architect, Interaction Designer, UX Researcher

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Salary breakdown

The average low salaries for UX professionals in Manchester range up to £40,000. The average salary for UX roles in Manchester is between £40,000 - £46,457 whilst the average high salary is between £46,457 – £53,000.

Data captured: December 2019


Experience breakdown

25% of UX candidates in Manchester are found to have 0-3 years of experience in the field. A third of the candidates have between 4-7 years experience in a UX role whilst 42% have 8 years experience or over.

Data captured: December 2019


Gender breakdown

The majority of Manchester’s UX professionals are male (66%) compared to female (34%).

Data captured: December 2019

Top three companies who hire UX candidates in Manchester


The top three companies that employ the most UX professionals in Manchester are BBC, Sage and Rentalcars.

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Sage

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Top 10 companies who hire this profile

Other companies that hire a large proportion of the UX candidates in Manchester include Peninsula Business Services, Great Fridays, Dept, BJL, Barclays, Amaze and Trader Media Group.

Data captured: December 2019

Top three graduate universities


The top three graduate universities that UX candidates in Manchester are hired from are The University of Salford, Manchester Met University and The University of Manchester.

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The University Of Salford

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The Manchester Metropolitan University

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The University Of Manchester


Top graduate universities

Other universities that a large proportion of Manchester’s UX workforce graduates from include University of Liverpool, Blackpool And The Fylde College, Hyper Island, Liverpool John Moores University, Middlesex University, Sheffield Hallam University, University Of Central Lancashire.

Data captured: December 2019


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