Kintetch

Kinetech is a targeted service company

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About Kintetch
Kinetech is a targeted software, strategy, and technology services company with industry expertise in project management. We service the energy, construction, and financial service sectors. Kinetech empowers our clients by transforming their business potential into dynamic p...
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10 - 49
2014
United States, United Kingdom
Kintetch
Kinetech is a targeted service company
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Services

Software as a Service, Mendix, Systems Architecture, Amazon Web Services, Platform as a Service, Strategy Consulting, Enterprise Resource Planning, Analytics & Data Visualization, Project Management, Marketing Automation, Application Development

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We often hear the words "User Experience (UX)" and "User Interface (UI)" when it comes to product design. While these terms are not novel, it is usual for people to use both terms interchangeably or even wrongly in digital product design. In this answer, we’ll understand UI/UX clearly.UIA UI is a graphical user interface, it’s a place where human and computer communications take place. There are several distinct user interface modes. Command-line interface, GUI - graphical user interfaces, and voice-enabled user interface are the three most popular UIs here.UXUX stands for User Experience. Basically, user experience means "the analysis and evaluation of how users interact with a particular interface." UX designers are often concerned about the user experience of an application, and this is why people get confused about the distinction between the two. But while the role of UI designers is to determine how the user interface will appear, UX designers are responsible for deciding how the user interface functions.UI/UX designingUser research is a major part of the entire UI/UX designing process. User research will help the designer understand the typical behavior of the target market of the product. It will also help him understand what kind of users will be targeted by the product in the target market, and what kind of problems or difficulties they may face while using the product. By doing so, a good designer can better prioritize the design process.UI/UX also involves testing the final product. There are two kinds of testing: black-box testing and white-box testing. Black-box testing makes use of imaginary users and imaginary problems in order for the designer to determine whether the product functions as intended or not. White-box testing, on the other hand, uses real people during the testing process to determine actual user experiences. UI/UX also involves communication between the designer and his client. A good designer should make sure that his user experience is thoroughly understood by his client. This means that the designer should be able to explain his idea to his client clearly. The client should be able to understand the purpose of the product, its usability, etc. Before starting the design process, a good designer will first sketch out his idea and visually analyze it. When the client is satisfied with the visual analysis, he can give feedback on the suggested design.Final wordsUI/UX designing is not child’s play. There are many things that should be considered in the design process. However, a good designer always keeps in mind that UI/UX should be pleasant and easy to use.
We often hear the words "User Experience (UX)" and "User Interface (UI)" when it comes to product design. While these terms are not novel, it is usual for people to use both terms interchangeably or even wrongly in digital product design. In this answer, we’ll understand UI/UX clearly.UIA UI is a graphical user interface, it’s a place where human and computer communications take place. There are several distinct user interface modes. Command-line interface, GUI - graphical user interfaces, and voice-enabled user interface are the three most popular UIs here.UXUX stands for User Experience. Basically, user experience means "the analysis and evaluation of how users interact with a particular interface." UX designers are often concerned about the user experience of an application, and this is why people get confused about the distinction between the two. But while the role of UI designers is to determine how the user interface will appear, UX designers are responsible for deciding how the user interface functions.UI/UX designingUser research is a major part of the entire UI/UX designing process. User research will help the designer understand the typical behavior of the target market of the product. It will also help him understand what kind of users will be targeted by the product in the target market, and what kind of problems or difficulties they may face while using the product. By doing so, a good designer can better prioritize the design process.UI/UX also involves testing the final product. There are two kinds of testing: black-box testing and white-box testing. Black-box testing makes use of imaginary users and imaginary problems in order for the designer to determine whether the product functions as intended or not. White-box testing, on the other hand, uses real people during the testing process to determine actual user experiences. UI/UX also involves communication between the designer and his client. A good designer should make sure that his user experience is thoroughly understood by his client. This means that the designer should be able to explain his idea to his client clearly. The client should be able to understand the purpose of the product, its usability, etc. Before starting the design process, a good designer will first sketch out his idea and visually analyze it. When the client is satisfied with the visual analysis, he can give feedback on the suggested design.Final wordsUI/UX designing is not child’s play. There are many things that should be considered in the design process. However, a good designer always keeps in mind that UI/UX should be pleasant and easy to use.

We often hear the words "User Experience (UX)" and "User Interface (UI)" when it comes to product design. While these terms are not novel, it is usual for people to use both terms interchangeably or even wrongly in digital product design. In this answer, we’ll understand UI/UX clearly.

UI

A UI is a graphical user interface, it’s a place where human and computer communications take place. There are several distinct user interface modes. Command-line interface, GUI - graphical user interfaces, and voice-enabled user interface are the three most popular UIs here.

UX

UX stands for User Experience. Basically, user experience means "the analysis and evaluation of how users interact with a particular interface." 

UX designers are often concerned about the user experience of an application, and this is why people get confused about the distinction between the two. But while the role of UI designers is to determine how the user interface will appear, UX designers are responsible for deciding how the user interface functions.

UI/UX designing

User research is a major part of the entire UI/UX designing process. User research will help the designer understand the typical behavior of the target market of the product. It will also help him understand what kind of users will be targeted by the product in the target market, and what kind of problems or difficulties they may face while using the product. By doing so, a good designer can better prioritize the design process.

UI/UX also involves testing the final product. There are two kinds of testing: black-box testing and white-box testing. Black-box testing makes use of imaginary users and imaginary problems in order for the designer to determine whether the product functions as intended or not. White-box testing, on the other hand, uses real people during the testing process to determine actual user experiences. 

UI/UX also involves communication between the designer and his client. A good designer should make sure that his user experience is thoroughly understood by his client. This means that the designer should be able to explain his idea to his client clearly. The client should be able to understand the purpose of the product, its usability, etc. Before starting the design process, a good designer will first sketch out his idea and visually analyze it. When the client is satisfied with the visual analysis, he can give feedback on the suggested design.

Final words

UI/UX designing is not child’s play. There are many things that should be considered in the design process. However, a good designer always keeps in mind that UI/UX should be pleasant and easy to use.

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Kintetch
110 East Houston St. 7th Floor , San Antonio, Texas 78205
United States
8445463832
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Kintetch
16 Great Portland St. | Fitzrovia, London, London W1W 8QW
United Kingdom
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