Survey respondents submit their tools from all around the world. Take a look at how the respondents vary in team size, company size, experience, and much more.
Responses by Country
United States (USA)
Which title best describes your role?
Product Designer remains the most common title for respondents for the third year in a row.
UX/UI continues to grow in popularity, despite the debate that often surrounds this term.
Some of the "Other" titles here include student, manager, and "Head of."
Which of the following best describes your employment status?
Despite a year of layoffs and shutdowns, employments remains strong among respondents.
How big is your company, in number of employees?
Though this graph remains highly consistent each year, we include it so we can analyze different categories according to team size.
How many designers work at your company, in number of employees?
2–10 remains the magic number for a typical design team.
How long have you been working in your field, in years?
We're always glad to see a range of experience. Because "10+" is consistently the largest group, it might be worth cutting this into different options in the future.
Do you work at an agency/consultancy?
This question tells us we're mostly looking at tool usage from respondents working in-house.
Are you in a leadership role such as a people manager, team lead, or otherwise?
44% of respondents are in some sort of leadership role.
Do you currently have purchasing power for you or your team?
We have a decent spread of ability to make purchasing decisions across our sample size.
What types of experiences do you work on?
Despite the popularity of mobile apps, respondents are much more likely to work on websites and web apps than anything else.
Which platform(s) do you primarily use for design work?
33% of respondents are using Windows, which has increased each year for the last two years. Could the Mac monopoly on design be slowly eroding?
Which working situation best describes you?
Last year remote working was most common for respondents. This data is showing the gradual return to office (or hybrid) experienced by the industry.
Which of the following best describes your involvement with user research?
Respondents were more likely to participate directly in research this year than last year (when we introduced this question). We hope this trend continues!