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Design is a rather broad and vague term. When someone says "I'm a designer," it is not immediately clear what they actually do day to day. There are a number of different responsibilities encompassed by the umbrella term designer.
UX designers are primarily concerned with how the product feels. A given design problem has no single right answer. UX designers explore many different approaches to solving a specific user problem.
The broad responsibility of a UX designer is to ensure that the product logically flows from one step to the next. One way that a UX designer might do this is by conducting in-person user tests to observe one's behavior.
A UI Developer changes computer code into words, pictures, icons or other aspects that a user can easily understand and work with, i.e. creating an "interface" with the user.
With solid experience, and in some cases additional education, UI Developers can grow into management roles in various areas of IT, such as a Technical Project Manager.
Let's assume we are talking about the in-house marketer. A Digital Marketing Manager manages the digital (or online) elements of the marketing mix, integrates with offline (print, PR etc), also gets involved in strategic side of things like setting KPI's.
A digital marketing manager works with other departments (sales, customer services, HR etc) to ensure the implementation of the marketing plan is coordinated, aligned, consistent and meets business objectives.
It's too easy to give a current employee the title Digital Marketing Manager purely because the senior person giving the title doesn't do digital or fully understand digital themselves but know they need to be on it.