UX and UI are not confined only to technology.
User Interface Design and User Experience Design are two terms that share a co-dependent relationship.
“User experience encompasses all aspects of the end user’s interaction with the company, its services, and its products.” – Don Norman
In simple terms,
- User Experience is the process of developing and improving the interaction between a user and an individual, object or thing.
- User Experience Design is heavily involved in the research, content, development and prototype testing for achieving optimum results.
- In literal terms, UX is the science that is predominantly practiced to derive evident results by digital industries.
- User Interface a multi-faced and vast term. UI involves amalgamating research from the UXD and presenting it to the user to achieve optimum visual satisfaction.
- User Interface Design is the process of understanding Customer Analysis, Design research, branding, graphics development, and user guides.
- User Interface focuses on visually guiding and enhancing the response and communication of the user through interactive elements.
UI and UX can be represented in different forms
UX = bones, muscles organs
UI = skin on the body
UX = meat, vegetables bread
UI = McSpicy Burger.
UX = napkin on a restaurant table.
UI = origami-d napkin on a restaurant table.
UX = toddler + milk carton + straw
UI = toddler + milk bottle + smile
UX and UI go hand in hand for better presentation and functionality. Be it a person, thing or even a country. Those tourism ads you see, that’s a great example. 🙂