UI Design vs UX Design
UI design refers to the User Interface design, while UX design means User Experience design. Both elements work closely together, both are close in some ways, crucial to a product and essential to its success. Perhaps that is why UI and UX are some of the most misused and confused terms in the field of web/mobile design. However, despite their connection, UI and UX have different professional roles, referring to different parts of the design creation process. User Interface Design is the presentation and interactivity of a product, its feel/look, while User Experience is a human-first way of designing products focused on their optimization for enjoyable/effective use. A great product experience begins with User Experience followed by User Interface.
Say, an app is a human body, then the code represents the bones that structure it. Therefore, the UX design will be the organs supporting life functions. Then, UI design will be the cosmetics responsible for reactions, senses, and presentation of a body. UX without UI can be compared to the empty photo frame, while UI without UX can be compared to a photographer making photos without any thought.
To sum up, UX is a more technical/analytical sphere, while UI is more close to what can be referred to as graphic design. At Loonar Studios, we are familiar with both terms as we are capable of creating a professional web design that perfectly caters to your customers’ mindsets and buying patterns. Contact us now to get a free quote!