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UX vs UI Design | Understand The Difference



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UX and UI design are similar in nature, but require a different set of skills. UX stands for user experience and UI stands for user interface. Great design requires both a solid user experience and user interface design. UX design is more focused on user research, user testing, user flows, wireframes and other early stage design processes. UI design on the other hand is more concerned with the aesthetic appeal of the website or application. The fonts, colors, spacing, consistency, white space, interactions, animations and more. Good user interface design complements good user experience design, building a better overall experience. This is important to understand if you're looking to work in the field or looking to hire someone who can build you a successful digital experience.
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Web design
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