In the IT world, User Experience Design (UX) and User Interface Design (UI) are terms that are often used interchangeably. They both relate to the design of software, websites and applications, so the distinction can be blurry.
UX is the action: What the user wants to accomplish?
UI is the tool: Used to accomplish that action.
What fits under UX?
User Experience Design is about understanding your users. It’s figuring out who they are, what they are trying to achieve and what is the best way for them to do that. It answers the question of ‘what value are we providing to the user?’ and ‘what’s the best way to do that?’ UX concentrates on how a product feels and whether it solves the problem for the user.
What fits under UI?
A User Interface is often the final product of going through the UX process. It’s the actual screens, the set of combined elements on page that users directly interact with. UI design concentrates on how the product looks and is laid out.
Why do I need both?
UX and UI are part of the same process to create the best possible experience for the users.
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