a Multimedia Designer does video, motion graphics, audio, images, and interactive content.
a UX/UI designer does content that involves human interaction.
Theoretically, they can do physical stuffs like remotes, umbrellas, or “ketchup bottles” but in reality they are mostly employed for interactive content (Apps and Websites). Now, in terms of UI design, wouldn’t the integration of video, graphics, audio, images be used making them Multimedia Designers?
Also, Multimedia Designers are/where known to do interactive content (some title them as Interactive Multimedia Designers) such as PPT presentations, video games, and other content which would force them to take in human interaction/experience onto their designs.
I recall some random guy in a forum say that Multimedia Designers where the original title of UX/UI designers 10+ years ago, but i doubt this is completely true.
What is the exact difference?