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UI and UX are two very common de terms; however, these terms often get thrown around in the wrong context. We, as deers and as human beingsare obsessed with how things look. UI de is no different. We want our user interfaces to be aesthetically pleasing, and whether we admit it or not, we like our work to be admired and validated. Since things that are visually appealing turn more he, this can lead some deers to dedicate more time to how an interface looks, rather than how it works.
There are many other factors beyond the UI that contribute to the overall user experience. Visual de still matters. User experience vs.
Illustration by Shane Rounce. As a rule, the UI is how you interact with a product e. Social media is addictive. We seek validation from others in the form of likes and followers much as we seek sex or food—it feels nice, and as the feeling starts to fade, we quickly seek it again to fulfil our desires. The average person spends almost two hours per day on social media. De is about solving problems that users face. In this examplethe de sacrifices meaning and value for impractical visuals.
This example looks stunning as an art piece, but currently no device lets us view UIs in this way. This example is much better as it showcases a real, viable de without the bells and whistles. Instead, first and foremost, UX deers should be looking at how to improve user experiences, and if a visual de trend happens to fill that void, then, and only then should we use it. More accurately, rewards increase the level of dopamine in our body, and dopamine acts as a neurotransmitter, sending a message to the brain when we reward ourselves.
The brain, hugely thankful, makes us feel good in return as reward for our actions. This causes misconceptions about what de really is, which causes clients to think the same. This is a huge disservice to the UX de industry and UX deer peers who want to de the best products. Susan Weinschenk and Dean Barker Weinschenk and Barker researched usability guidelines and heuristics from many sources including NielsenApple, and Microsoft and generated this set of 20 Usability Heuristics to check against. Calling yourself a UI deer only brings attention to the more glamorous aspects of UX de while placing less regard on UX as a whole and how it can be used to meet business objectives.
UX de which includes UI should be driven by user research tracking analytics, user interviews, customer surveysusability testinga lean UX workflow that includes prototypinginternal feedback, and regular shippingand anything else that offers data and insights into how users interact with the interface or the business as a whole.
It describes what you are, and clients will be able to grasp what you do more quickly. All clients want to know is that you know how to solve user experiences effectively, taking into consideration the business objectives of the company and making de decisions driven by data rather than likes and trends. A UX Looking for u i think is a deer that des user experiences.
View all. UX De. Daniel is a deer and developer by background, but also a 3x author, a collaborator with Adobe and InVision, and a de blog editor. Read the Spanish version of this article translated by Yesica Danderfer. UX vs. UI We, as deers and as human beingsare obsessed with how things look. To name a few: Does the user flow help the user achieve their objective quickly? Can any user, regardless of age or physical capability, access the UI? Is the usability good enough that the user can use the website easily?
Are de decisions being driven by solid data and user research? Is the application intuitive enough to guess what the user wants? Intuition Is it obvious to the user what they have to do next? Can we determine what the user wants and display content accordingly? Accessibility Can the user access the UI, regardless of their age or disability?
Have we thought about the many different types of color blindness? Usability On mobile devices, are the tap targets an appropriate size? Are the targets easily accessible to thumbs? Is the de responsive? Does it adapt to all devices? Accessibility Do the color choices create enough contrast?
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Never Call Yourself a UI Deer: UI is UX