In conclusion we can draw many parallels between a UX Designer and a Product Designer. For me, the difference comes when the design process starts and the types of questions I’m asking. Unlike the 90’s and early 2000’s the internet is not confined to our desktops, or laptops anymore.The world is filled with so many different devices which makes design dynamic in every sense of the word, constantly changing and constantly evolving, just like the users. Depending on the products you’re working on, and the problems you’re solving, one day you might be a UX designer, and the next day you might be a Product Designer. Not only does this depend on the needs of you organization and your users, but it also depends on problems you’re working to solve and the questions you ask along the way.
In the end, I’m a Product Designer, I have to toe the line carefully between business requirements and user needs because at the end of the day, Product Designer, or UX Designer, we’re all trying to solve problems for the end-users and ship a high quality, user friendly, beautiful product.