The terms User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) have become inadvertently misused in the design community. The user interface is not the same thing as the user experience. This confusion most likely stems from the overlap of the skill-sets and tools involved in both disciplines.

It’s nearly impossible to extract the UX from UI and vice versa. While the UX is a combination of tasks focused on optimization of a mobile app for effective and enjoyable use, the user interface design is its complement, the look and feel, the presentation, and the overall interactivity of a product.

UX design essentially helps users accomplish functional tasks across platforms and services while the UI design consists of compelling and aesthetically pleasing interfaces with which the user interacts. UX and UI designers work in the same realm and on the same projects, but apply their own skills at various stages of development.


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