Sample LinkedIn summaries for UX/UI professionals

Your LinkedIn summary introduces you to your entire LinkedIn community, including current and former colleagues, potential employers, and family and friends. LinkedIn provides a platform to share what makes your accomplishments and relevant skills unique, and the summary is the perfect place to showcase this from the start. UX/UI design is a dynamic field, and your summary can highlight your commitment to staying updated with the latest trends, technologies, and best practices. Displayed on your profile under the “About” header, you can tailor your summary to your particular niche in the UX/UI field. 

The purpose of your LinkedIn summary is to: 

  • Demonstrate your passion for your niche in the field of UX/UI design.
  • Emphasize the unique value you bring to your role. 
  • Give your reader an idea of who you are as a professional.

Essentially, you are communicating your professional brand in your LinkedIn summary.

The format for your LinkedIn summary is flexible, so it’s up to you how you’d like to present yourself. Feel free to use first-person pronouns since you are writing your personal narrative, and consider including an invitation to connect with you at the end.

You can get more detailed advice about developing your professional brand in our Professional brand guide and a closer look at LinkedIn in our LinkedIn profile guide

LinkedIn summary samples

Example 1 — Entry level UX/UI designer

A budding UX/UI designer with a background in hospitality and a recently completed certificate in UX/UI design, I’m eager to embark on my professional journey in the design world. My unique blend of customer-centric thinking from the hospitality industry, coupled with hands-on experience volunteering for a local non-profit, has honed my skills in creating user-friendly websites and engaging social media content. I’m now ready to apply my creativity and problem-solving abilities to create exceptional digital experiences. Excited to contribute to innovative projects and bring user-centric design to the forefront. Let’s connect and explore how I can add value to your team.

Example 2 — Mid-level UX/UI designer

Transitioning UX/UI designer seeking to shift from a startup environment to a well-established company. Demonstrated dedication to crafting accessible designs, along with a deep fascination for AI applications in design. Proven ability to deliver user-centric solutions that enhance engagement and user satisfaction, coupled with a talent for collaborating across multifunctional teams to bring innovative concepts to fruition. My desire is to leverage my experience on larger-scale projects and contribute to your organization’s continued growth. I am enthusiastic about exploring opportunities to collaborate on impactful design initiatives. Connect with me, and let’s discuss how we can drive innovation and user-centered excellence together.

Example 3 — Senior-level UX/UI designer

With over a decade of hands-on experience in UX/UI design, I am ready to step into a leadership role within the tech industry. I recently received a certificate in UX/UI design to stay current with the latest technologies, reflecting my commitment to personal and professional growth. I am passionate about mentoring emerging talent, nurturing their skills, and fostering the next generation of design leaders. My extensive background has honed my strategic thinking and problem-solving abilities, and I am now eager to leverage these skills to manage teams and influence the strategic direction of your company. Ready to drive user-centric innovation, lead design initiatives, and make a significant impact on the future of technology.

Expert advice

“The bio section of your LinkedIn profile is an opportunity to introduce yourself to potential employers and colleagues. Use this section to showcase your strengths and skills that are relevant to your target audience. Incorporate relevant keywords to make it more searchable. This can help you appear in search results when recruiters or employers are looking for someone with your skills.”

– Ritu A., career expert at edX

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Additional resources

Your LinkedIn summary is great for letting your professional brand shine and can kick-start many networking opportunities. 

Check out the Professional brand guide, LinkedIn profile guide, and Networking guide for more in-depth information about similar topics. 

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