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2018 State of Canadian UX Survey

July 16, 2018

The organizers of the annual CanUX conference are creating a State of Canadian UX Report. The report will track a variety of indices, from demographics to practice maturity levels, training sources to UX salary figures, roles to design, research and collaboration toolsets, etc.

The 2018 Canadian State of UX Survey is Now Live

Make Your Voice Heard

As we’re approaching our 10th anniversary here at CanUX, we’ve come to the realization that we, as Canadian practitioners, have little visibility when it comes to Canadian specific information about the state of experience design North of the wall. Consequently, we’ve decided to spend part of our CanUX budget every year on creating a State of Canadian UX Report, which will be unveiled yearly during the CanUX conference.

The report will track a variety of indices, from demographics to maturity levels, from training sources to salary figures, from roles to toolsets, etc. Based on our year-over-year feedback, we expect the report to incrementally improve and provide reliable and accurate trending on some of the figures related to working as a UX professional in Canada

We’d like to encourage all the experience design professionals across the country to participate in the survey, and as an (optional) incentive, if you decide to leave your email address at the end of the survey you’ll be entered into a draw for a free ticket to this year’s CanUX 2018 conference on Nov 3-4, a CDN $499 value. That’s right, you could be hanging out with the likes of Jesse James Garrett and Mike Monteiro, and the rest of this year’s lineup, for free. The draw will take place on October 15, 2018, once the survey closes. Also, If you’ve left your email address, we’ll also send you a link to the report in November 2018.

If you have any questions about this survey, please don’t hesitate to contact us at info AT canux DOT io.

For more info, you can follow CanUX on on Twitter @canuxconf

(Via CanUX)


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