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webdesignerart says

Well its a off-topic but i want to ask this question with marketplace memebers in-order to clear me about my job designation based on my skills.

I want to know if a person who can design: Mobile interface, website designing, Web applicaiton desigining and good in XHTML/HTML5/CSS3 coding + He can make Flash animation with as2 basic scripting, basic practice in Jquery/javascript and can do Print graphics designing such as magazine, brochures etc etc. And now Digging into 3D designing and animation.

So with these skills loaded person what will be a job designation suitable for him?

Thanks

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snapcold says

That would be a simple web designer.

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webdesignerart says

you mean a web designer can do all these things :P?

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SimpleSites4U says

Id suggest to focus on a few key areas rather than try and do everything

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snapcold says

Yes? You need to have almost all these skills (except 3D stuff) to design any modern interface which is optimized for the various devices.

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wpminima says

When you can do something really well, it’s best to focus on that and let the other things be done by others.

This way your productivity is much higher! :)

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webdesignerart says

Don’t leave topic guys, give me suggestion for the designation of such skilled person.

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wickedpixel says

There is a logic flaw. If one knows designing mobile and site interfaces, how could that person not know what that means in the first place?

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webdesignerart says

There is a logic flaw. If one knows designing mobile and site interfaces, how could that person not know what that means in the first place?

The person know himself as UX Designer but i want to confirm you guys with thiese above skilled persons called UX Designer or something more broad?

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ikaruna says

The UX designer usually does not do visual/coding, he/she deals with designing the experience, does rapid prototyping ( paper prototypes, axure / balsamiq mockups, etc, etc..) but does not produce any of the final work – that is for the production part, coders, web developers, visual designers ( graphic designers, screen designers, whatever you wanna call them). So UX designer might just land you with a job where you design interaction through charts and do Axure prototypes:)

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