2019 Global Design Survey

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All the data you've ever wanted on designers, from salaries and education, to skills, locations and job titles. Whether you're researching for a data-driven article or taking a closer look into your field, this global survey is comprehensive and granular. With 17,000 professionals and community members behind the analysis, this is one of the most accurate and thorough data roundups on design industry careers.

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This is a pure data report — minimum text, maximum infographics. Some of the most useful data here is on hiring and pay, especially for designers working in the United States. Salary ranges are broken down across state lines and fields of design. According to the averages, most designers make at least $50,000/year, with product designer salary and UX designer salary being the highest (at $100k and $95k, respectively). That bears out in the hiring. Product, UX, and web designers are on most teams and in high demand -- topped only by a huge amount of graphic designers.

All the data you've ever wanted on designers, from salaries and education, to skills, locations and job titles. Whether you're researching for a data-driven article or taking a closer look into your field, this global survey is comprehensive and granular. With 17,000 professionals and community members behind the analysis, this is one of the most accurate and thorough data roundups on design industry careers.

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This is a pure data report — minimum text, maximum infographics. Some of the most useful data here is on hiring and pay, especially for designers working in the United States. Salary ranges are broken down across state lines and fields of design. According to the averages, most designers make at least $50,000/year, with product designer salary and UX designer salary being the highest (at $100k and $95k, respectively). That bears out in the hiring. Product, UX, and web designers are on most teams and in high demand -- topped only by a huge amount of graphic designers.

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What we loved:

Two words: sample size. The 17,000+ designers surveyed for this report is enough to make any statistics nerd jealous. In that sense, it’s everything a survey report should be

What we didn't love:

The demographic-style data gave us more of an oh-that’s-interesting reaction instead of a wow-unbelievable or here’s-what-I-need-to-do-now reaction

Summary:

If you’re a designer looking for a true comparative overview of the industry, this report is for you. It’s full of beautiful infographics covering everything from education to salaries to remote work. If you’re the sort of person who likes reading the census, this report is also for you. If you’re anyone else, this report is probably not for you.


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17,107 people surveyed
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