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|Product Designer salaries - 37 salaries reported||£105,000/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 36 salaries reported||£49,895/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 16 salaries reported||£54,500/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 15 salaries reported||£83,054/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 15 salaries reported||£48,473/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 11 salaries reported||£50,585/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 10 salaries reported||£61,402/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 10 salaries reported||£46,475/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 9 salaries reported||£48,473/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 9 salaries reported||£66,504/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 9 salaries reported||£37,967/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 9 salaries reported||£59,641/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 9 salaries reported||£74,172/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 9 salaries reported||£63,406/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 8 salaries reported||£44,638/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 8 salaries reported||£39,966/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 8 salaries reported||£44,072/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 8 salaries reported||£88,549/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 8 salaries reported||£42,688/yr|
|Product Designer salaries - 7 salaries reported||£48,647/yr|
The average salary for a Product Designer is £54,265 per year in United Kingdom. Salaries estimates are based on 1904 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Product Designer employees in United Kingdom.
The highest salary for a Product Designer in United Kingdom is £73,884 per year.
The lowest salary for a Product Designer in United Kingdom is £40,887 per year.
With at least five years of experience behind them, product designers can earn over the average salary. However, entry-level designers tend to earn around that average. They can increase their salary outlook by progressing into more senior positions like creative partner or director. Their salary will also vary depending on location and the size of their company, with those working in London earning some of the highest salaries. Experienced product designers can also increase their earning potential by taking on contracts with clients.
Whether you want to earn more as you follow the typical product designer career path or are looking for a new position with a bigger salary, begin by establishing which qualifications and skills you have that set you apart from other product designers. This will make you more valuable to your employer. Fortunately, it's never too late to up your game.
If you haven't already, pursue a bachelor's degree in product design and keep your continued professional development up-to-date with courses, workshops and seminars. Allow your work to speak for itself by including your best designs in your portfolio. Become proficient and get certified in computer programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
If you're after a new job as a product designer, use your in-demand skills, qualifications, certifications, and portfolio as bargaining chips to negotiate the best possible salary.
If you love the job you have but would also love to earn more money, it might be time to ask for a pay rise. Maybe your responsibilities have increased, you were promoted but not offered a pay rise, you have a positive performance review, or a tempting job offer – all of these are excellent reasons that could help you negotiate a higher salary.
About 73.80% of Product Designer professionals feel satisfied with their salary, according to anonymous Glassdoor ratings. An additional £4,134 in potential pay per year, among other factors, can qualify the annual pay of a Product Designer in United Kingdom as a good salary.
Product Designer professionals in United Kingdom have a wide total pay range, between £32,118 and £100,924 depending on experience, with an estimated total pay of £54,265 following the average career path of a Product Designer.