The difference between UI and UX (in under 100 words)

By |2018-10-30T08:14:51+00:00June 7th, 2017|UI/UX|

UX is an acronym referring to User Experience Design. This type of design is a person-first way of designing products. Its all about creating an enhanced experience for the customer thereby creating loyalty and satisfaction with your product.

UI is an acronym referring to User Interface Design. This type of deign involves interaction between the user and the software or app, good UI creates a ‘user-friendly’ experience. It is the process of using interactive elements to guide the user through the products interface.

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