UI & UX Write for Us: You may regularly hear the terms “user interface” (UI) and “user experience” (UX) in IT circles (and sometimes interchangeably). What does becoming a UX or UI designer entail, and what do the phrases mean?
When using a website, app, or another electronic device, you interact with screens, buttons, toggles, icons, and other visual elements, referred to as user interfaces (UI). UX describes your overall experience using a product, including your feelings during that experience. Although UI can undoubtedly influence UX, the two, as are the designers’ roles, are separate.
Difference between UI and UX
Good UI and strong UX are frequently necessary to create products people adore. For instance, you might have a banking app with a beautiful interface and simple navigation (UI). But it doesn’t matter how wonderful it appears if the software runs slowly or as you navigate through multiple panels to transfer money (UX). You’re probably not going to want to utilize it.
On the other hand, a website may be stuffed full of original, practical information that is arranged logically and intuitively. You’re more likely to leave a website if it appears outdated or if you find navigating through the options or moving between panels difficult.
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