The Relationship Between UI and UX
With time, and with the development of technology in recent years, more and more people are diving into the sea of design.
With time, and with the development of technology in recent years, more and more people are diving into the sea of design. While it goes without saying that User Interface and User Experience are distinct in their meaning, it is important to understand what brings them together and how they are related. But first, let’s get an in-depth view of their nuances. **User Experience Design** With the core aim to improve the experience of the user with the product, UX Design is the process of researching and developing all aspects of user interaction. Disciplines as diverse as visual design, structure, layout, usability, productivity, and navigation being the core elements, it encompasses any and all interactions that a potential or active user might have with the brand. **User Interface Design** If you have ever seen a website for the first time and were awestruck by its visual appeal, first hand, the UI designer is to be thanked. The core idea behind UI design is to ensure that the users have a pleasant experience while using the product. Not only do the designers need to have a good sense of aesthetics and sound technical skills but they also have the ability to create sound and compelling interface for the user. Something strong enough to elicit an emotional response. As a UI UX designer, there are several factors that can draw the two components together.
- Plan Layout
- Development Planning
- Analyzing Customer base
- Analyzing Potential and Active Competitors
- Content Development
- Coordination with developers and UI designers
- Goal Tracking and Module Integration
- Analysis and Iteration
UX Design Process