Do you have troubles to understand what the terms “UI” and “UX” stand for? If yes, then you’re not the only one. These two aspects of web design confuse many. But both these terms related to each other. And they are also essential to a website’s success. Individually, both UX and UI add to the overall web design. Simply put, UX means user experience and UI means user interface.
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We, at Think 360, work our fingers to the bone to deliver the best. Be it usability, aesthetics or finesse in design, we don’t settle for less than perfection. But whatever be the factor it all stems up to one point- communication, yes, our ability to communicate.
Talk about communication and you will find that it is images that supersede words. Since ages, we have been gracing visual language more than the text and it is, in fact, this visual language that also forms the basis of the human-centric design.
UX design has become the standard recipe for success in the tech industry. It took a lot of time for UX to get the spotlight and now, after the phenomenal growth in technologies, products and services, there is no looking back.
Do you notice a confused look on the faces of people when you introduce yourself as a UX Designer? What about Web Designer? Better. Well, although easier to grasp but it is not entirely the same. Both the job titles have a different scope and meaning to it. Actually, it boils down to how people perceive ‘design’.