When I came back to grad school one of the first classes I took was Human-Information Interaction, which, among other things, explained the difference between UI and UX. I recently came across this infographic, which breaks apart the different roles, job descriptions, salaries and skill sets of various UX professionals. They also list 36 tools that are utilized in this field. I’m surprised, though, that they didn’t include WebSort, which is my go-to tool for card sorting. There is a lot of skepticism surrounding this graphic, and I agree that it is very U.S.-centric, the salaries seem inflated, and the skill set needed shouldn’t primarily be coding skills. That being said, check it out and let me know your thoughts on it. I’d especially love to hear from those outside the U.S. who can compare/contrast UX roles around the world with what is listed below.