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What is the difference between UI design and UX design?

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Jennifer WarrenReader, Runner, Writer, Stoic
Updated Last month
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There’s a lot of confusion between UI and UX design. Some of us consider them to be one and the same. Nothing can be further from the truth because both are different as chalk and cheese. Though they work closely with each other, they are two different disciplines altogether. While UX design is part technical and part analytical, UI design is more about graphic design. Let’s dissect these two terms to clear the confusion about them: UI Design in brief UI means User Interface. It deals with the g...read more
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Victoria Naichuk
Updated Tuesday January 21, 2020 02:25 PM
UX and UI are two areas of design that are often confused. UX stands for ‘User Experience’ and UI means ‘User Interface’. UX’s main concern is how the product feels. Whether it’s easy to use and what the overall experience with the product is like. But while UX is finding the best solution to a customer problem, to make the whole experience more enjoyable and pleasing, UI is actually about how this experience feels, looks. UI designers are responsible for how the product is laid out, designing e...read more
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