Hi everyone, I've been looking for a UX gig and I'm surprised at how much coding skills employers are wanting. Whilst it's important to have an understanding of how different technologies work - will the design processes differ much between an interface built with .NET, PHP or Node JS etc? I don't think so!
Have a look at this job description:
I am currently in the market for a UX Designer for a SAP Centric organisation, for a 12 month contract in Western Sydney. The ideal candidate must have the following:
• Strong experience in an SAP centric environment (SAPUI5 and Fiori)
• Demonstrated experience with modern frameworks/utilities such as Angular, React, OpenUI5, RxJS,Redux, HTML5/REST/ Data Protocols.
• Proven experience with large and complex IT projects and environments.
• Demonstrated experience with delivery of innovative technology solutions.
• Advanced verbal communication, documentation & graphical presentation skills, with the ability to communicate complex matters in simple terms.
• Experience in working with outsourced services and IT service providers.
What are your thoughts?