UI/UX design but unknowingly much about the subject, to satisfy my curiosity and interest in the concept from my reading and research I did on the weekend a guide and reminder notes in the taste, an interest in this subject and mine is in the Post, bought to use for anyone with curiosity in my notes (I’ll try to update this blog post the future of research and discoveries)…

Comparison of UX Design vs. UI Design


User Interface Design vs. User Experience Design

Although they are very relevant and related to each other, they are quite different within themselves.
UX designer is more analytical, observational work, while UI designer is more focused on visual (covers graphic design).
We see the two mostly working together. Both come out of the same team, or from a person who does both at the same time.
They approach common problems from different perspectives using different tools and capabilities.
UX is not interested in visual, it focuses entirely on feeling and experience. UI, on the other hand, contributes to UX with visualness.
Without UX, the UI is like incompatible random colors on a canvas. UX hollow without UI, like a statue whose purpose is unclear.

UX Design

UX – User Experience: this is the whole experience that a user experiences during their interaction with the product. Depending on how the product or service is designed, the user’s experience can be very enjoyable or, on the contrary, frustrating. Is the use experience flawless and intuitive or clunky and confusing? Are existing interactions logical or arbitrary? Is the user taking steps to accomplish what he or she intended during application use, or is he or she struggling with the application? The main factor that defines the user experience is the difficulty or ease of interaction with interface elements.

Responsibilities and features of a User Experience Designer
Consider all the elements that shape the user’s experience and the needs of users, ease of Use and quality of Design designs for efektifliklig out.
In order for people to use any application functionally and with love, pleasure, it needs to be user-friendly. They form a bridge, a layer that allows end users to easily use systems that are normally quite complex working structures.
It is the layer between the product and the user. UX designers are constantly working on how they can turn any action into a better experience.
From time to time, they enter into thinking structures such as analysts, artists, sociologists. Has a problem solver and cognitive thinking structure
In order to provide usable, creative and user-friendly solutions, users must analyze past habits well, follow current methods, current and potential users must receive feedback, observe their interactions, analyze and evaluate them, and constantly perform tests.
Competitors that serve a similar purpose are analyzed.
They always work with the user-first methodology.
Wireframes and prototypes the application. They test the best usage structures.
A UX designer must necessarily work in coordination with the UI designer, developers, and ensure that everything is implemented as it should be.
They never end up working on a product. This is because the application is a live structure. It must constantly evolve to adapt to users ‘ wishes, needs, usage habits and new technologies. UX Designer should make sure that the application is not left behind.


UI – User Interface: This is the visual/graphical interface of the product. It covers the buttons that the user clicks, the text that they will read, the images, the fields where the text is entered, and all other elements that the user interacts with (screen layout, transitions, interface animations…). UI designers take care of these jobs. Graphic designers have aesthetic concerns. The appeal of the project is focused on ensuring its visual mobilization, the harmony of different elements with each other and with the overall structure of the application.
Responsibilities and features of a User Interface Designer
UI designer focuses on visuals (appearance, feel, presentation…) while UX designer improves the user’s experience of using the product. Contributes to UX (user experience), complements.
Conducts competitor analysis, conducts research on usage standards. It works on design elements such as color in the interface, harmony of elements, typography, interaction.
It covers graphic design, web/application design, brand design (uses elements that will carry the brand’s signature/design language in the product, even if it is not responsible for designing the brand), and sometimes frontend development.
It works in coordination with developers and user Experience designers.
It makes responsive designs that will be compatible with different screens (desktop, mobile, tablet,tv, smartwatch…).
The goal of UI designer is to take the needs, structure and other details of the project (after UX designer analysis…) and turn it into a product.
When designing a kind of UX designer skeleton, the UI designer adds the skin of this skeleton to it and is responsible for dressing the formed body.