While UX Magazine remains focused on publishing high-value content throughout each week, our goal is to be something greater. We're always looking for ways to deepen our existence as a free and growing resource for the user-centered community.

With the recent update of our site to a responsive theme running on a newer version of Drupal we took opportunity to rethink our jobs board. We’re pleased to announce that along with being easier to use, that jobs board is now free.

Companies and organizations with openings can post user-centered jobs to our board free of charge. UX professionals looking for employment are encouraged to check the board often and apply.

You’ll notice a number of vacancies posted by Didus, the niche UX staffing and career development agency whose support has allowed us to make the jobs board a free service. Their recruitment team is spot-on when it comes to identifying new job opportunities and excels at working with professionals to develop their resumes and portfolios. Best of all, their services are free of charge for job seekers.

Our jobs board hosts great professional opportunities at prestigious organizations around the world who understand the value of UX. By applying for the jobs we post, connecting us with your UX hiring teams or HR directors, and spreading the word about the UX Magazine jobs board, you can help it flourish and continue to bear all sorts of juicy fruit. Your support is essential to keeping UX Mag an active, vital, and free community resource.

Plus, you might land an awesome new job.


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We can get useful ingredients from UX magazine related to job and job search; this is really helpful for jobseekers. They used this magazine as their job search tool in order to get suitable and effective job search. Unemployment is really a horrible nightmare and in order to overcome from these issues we used to go for different job searching options to get a suitable job; but due to lack of proper resources in some parts job seekers are unable to get suitable jobs according to their interest. But I really appreciate the contribution of UX magazine job board through which job seekers are able to get some relief.



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