Before software can be developed, it must first be planned and designed. Regardless of whether it's an app, a company homepage, or an intranet, if users can't find their way around quickly and easily, they're highly unlikely to use the service they're using or recommend it to others. In addition to a balanced design, good user-friendliness, also known as usability, is therefore crucial for the success of the application. User experience designers, or UX designers for short, are responsible for this important requirement. The emergence of entire UX teams or UX departments makes it clear that companies have now recognized the importance of this position. The steadily increasing number of different end devices such as wearables or smart speakers and digital offerings make UX design an exciting and promising career field.