An interesting career that combines development, design, and human interactions is user experience management, and this role is increasing in demand as companies utilize and take advantage of the UX design elements within organizations.But what exactly does a UX manager do? Well they can manage peers on how and exactly when to ask for user experience resources in order to use a team’s full potential. They can also guide team members on how to value and utilize UX design and research. Humans are interesting and UX managers are able to see how they behave and deliver methods to please a customer. There are other fields similar like a product designer, project manager, UX designer, and more, but as user experience is increasing in popularity there needs to be a manager between these fields to connect business. It is great to have UX researchers as that addresses a user’s wants and needs, but if a company starts to hire a bigger team, a need for a manager becomes more prominent in order to help guide the team to a direction. There are so many ideas and innovative solutions that would need to be steered and UX managers can do just that. Interesting to see just how popular this new profession will grow in the next few years but for now, just keep a look out to see the companies that do have this career option.