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UX Designer Interview Questions

A UX designer combines market research, product development, strategy, and design to create desirable user experiences for products, services, and other commodities. As the design is a vital investment, you want to ensure their contribution can significantly help your company outperform the competitors in the design-driven sphere.

The below questions will help you assess candidates to find the right UX Designer for your company.  

  • Why do you want to work for us? 
  • What according to you are the qualities a UX designer should possess? 
  • How do you define yourself? 
  • How do you think the company will be affected positively by hiring you? 
  • What do you think are the major challenges of this job? 
  • How do you think your past experience has helped you for your present role? 
  • How you do prioritize work? 
  • What do you think are your prime duties? 
  • What is the first thing you’ll focus on if you’re hired? 
  • What does ‘design thinking’ mean to you? 
  • Tell us about your experience with the term’s user research and usability testing. 
  • What are some of the biggest trends in the UX design market currently? 
  • How will you create a website accessible and comfortable to use by all users, including those with disabilities? 
  • How will you handle a client who keeps rejecting all your designs? 
  • What are your preferred UX apps? What do you like about them? 
  • Tell us about a time when you sought a way of changing a design to help solve a business problem. 
  • How will you improve the UX of our products? 
  • Tell us about your most favorite UX design? 
  • How do you get inspired by UX designing? 
  • Tell us about a time when you felt fulfilled with your job? 
  • Defend the remuneration package that you want. 
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