UX(User experience design)
UI Design stands for User Interface Design. Both elements are crucial to a product and work closely together. But despite their professional relationship, the roles themselves are quite different, referring to very different parts of the process and the design discipline. Where UX Design is a more analytical and technical field, UI Design is closer to what we refer to as graphic design, though the responsibilities are somewhat more complex
you imagine a product as the human body, the bones represent the code which give it structure. The organs represent the UX design: measuring and optimizing against input for supporting life functions. And UI design represents the cosmetics of the body–its presentation, its senses and reactions.
UI(User Interface Design)
User interface (UI) design is the process of making interfaces in software or computerized devices with a focus on looks or style. Designers aim to create designs users will find easy to use and pleasurable. UI design typically refers to graphical user interfaces but also includes others, such as voice-controlled ones.
User interfaces are the access points where users interact with designs. Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) are designs’ control panels and faces; voice-controlled interfaces involve oral-auditory interaction, while gesture-based interfaces witness users engaging with 3D design spaces via bodily motions. User interface design is a craft that involves building an essential part of the user experience; users are very swift to judge designs on usability and likeability.
UI vs UX comparison:
UX designer is like an architect. This person takes care of users and helps your business to improve measurable parameters (reduce bounce rate, improve CTR and so on). UX designer understands user behavior and psychology, knows a lot about interface ergonomics and able to analyze business needs to convert it into the user flows.
UI designer at the same time is like a decorator. This person takes care of how the interface reflects the brand. It’s more about unmeasurable things (like how cozy an interface is, is it stylish enough and so on). UI designer knows a lot about colors and color combinations, know how to read brand books and convert them into UI elements.
. UX research
. Wireframing and UI prototyping
. UX writing
. Visual communication
. User empathy
. Interaction design
Benefits of UI/UX
Clarifies Your Vision
When you embark on developing a website, you are driven by a certain goal and vision. It is this vision that you wish to share and make users understand. Nonetheless, you cannot accomplish this when you have a poor quality user interface and user experience.
Boosts User Interactions
When designing the user interface, there is the motive of reaching out to the end users. However, this cannot be realized if the startup business does not invest in this course. That is why the owners are urged to put up resources in this venture.
Helps in Navigation
When it comes to the website’s interface, it is anticipated that readers can move from one page to another without hassle. This encompasses actions such as fast loading speeds and swipes. It should be emphasized that most users are annoyed by sites that have a slow response.
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