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Key Difference Between UX and UI Design


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Title: Key Difference Between UX and UI Design

Key Difference UX and UI
Whats the difference between UI and UX?
Ken Norton Partner at Google Ventures,
Ex-Product Manager at Google
UX design is focused on anything that affects the
users journey to solve that problem, positive or
negative, both on-screen and off. UI design is
focused on how the products surfaces look and
function.  The user interface is the only piece
of that journey.
Andy Budd Co-founder of Clearleft, Founder of
UX London
 User Experience Designer is concerned with the
conceptual aspects of the design process, leaving
the UI designer to focus on the more tangible
Craig Morrison Head of Product at RecordSetter,
Founder of Usability Hour
User experience is made up of a bunch of
different components, user interface design being
just one of them, that when combined together
make up the user experience.
Patrick Neeman Director of Product Design at
Apptio, Founder of Usability Counts
User Experience Design is the complete
experience, and it may not be even on the screen.
User Interface Design is generally visual design
and information design around screens.
Scott Jenson Product Strategist at Google
The UX focuses on the user and their journey
through the product. The UI tends to be the
specifics of screens, focusing on labels, visual
style, guidelines, and structure.
Clayton Yan User Experience Designer at
UX design goes ahead of UI design, because you
want to do research, broad sketches, and general
workflows first. Then once youve got the broad
strokes nailed down, you work on the UI design to
bring it all together so it feels like a
beautiful, well-designed product.
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