Where are technology skills heading in 2016?

Next year will see increased demand for user experience, data science and cyber security skills, with non-traditional forms of education gaining traction in the market, according to analysts. User experience (UX) is going to play a key role in digital transformation next year. Richard Fischer from Greythorn said that because digital and mobile projects are “booming” across many businesses in many industry sectors, the demand for easy-to-use and cleverly designed user interfaces will increase. “If I’m an insurance company or a telecommunications company or I’m Woolworths, it’s what my consumer experience looks like when they are interfacing with me via their laptop or their mobile phone or their tablet,” added Peter Acheson from Peoplebank. “So there’s a lot of investment going into the area of simplifying, making the user interface…


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