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What is the Change Between a UX, UI and Web Designer?

admin - August 28, 2019 - 0 comments

As you better know that you are interested in designing but  facing a problem that you didn’t have a brief entail for your future career.

You may started your research for that but still do not finding the exact answer or do not sure of that what it all means.

Should you be a UX, UI or a web designer?

The purpose of this article is to clarifying the exact meaning of the terms to showing you the differences via real examples.

What is UX and UI Designs?

UX stands for User Experience Design. It lean towards to be the unseen or “Behind the scenes” side of design. The UX designer work including creating a website, app, software, or a service. It’s based on design and user research, interaction design, and usability testing, content strategy.

UX design is basically a work to focus on the user or customer. its really understand their requirements, needs, motivation, and emotions.

If you are a UX designer, you have to understand the problem and give proper and accurate solution to the customer. In simple words “You are not practicing UX design unless you are talking to actual users.”

UI design is a User Interface Design. it’s the visual or graphical side of a design. A few UX designers will also do some work of UI, but other UX designer will only go as far as research and wireframes.

The UI designers have the knowledge of graphic design, color theory, strong typography, photo direction, vector manipulation, photo direction. They can also be able to work as an art or creative director with a clear, visual, vision for a product or brand.

Web Designer

Graphic designer who works on the web or developers, who have built enough skills to create a good looking website or app.

UX design help to understand how people think, and what motivates them. Most often the web designer do not go as deep to consider all the factors that a UX designer keeps in mind.

Whatever the direction you going to take. it’s important to remember that design is not only about making things look pretty. Design is basically about communication, problem solving.

To become a UX, UI or a graphic designer you don’t need to have any previous design experience.


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