Web development process in which a particular interface is designed to create and easy to use and intuitive interface for a new user. Exploring the user problems and requirement. Define the model of interactions. Finding easy and smooth flow of activities as a solution to the problem.Implementing solution in web designs while maintaining a good feel of the product.
Q1-What is UI Design?
Ans-The UI design stands for “user interface.” The user interface is the graphical layout of an application. It consists of the buttons users click on, the text they read, the images, sliders, text entry fields, and all the rest of the items the user interacts with. This includes screen layout, transitions, interface animations and every single micro-interaction. Any sort of visual element, interaction, or animation must all be designed.
Q2-What is UX Design?
Ans-“UX” stands for “user experience.” A user’s experience of the app is determined by how they interact with it. Is the experience smooth and intuitive or clunky and confusing? Does navigating the application feel logical or does it feel arbitrary? Does interacting with the application give people the sense that they’re efficiently accomplishing the tasks they set out to achieve or does it feel like a struggle?User experience is determined by how easy or difficult it is to interact with the user interface elements that the UI designers have created.
How They Work Together-So a UX designer decides how the user interface works while the UI designer decides how the user interface looks. This is a very collaborative process, and the two design teams tend to work closely together. As the UX team is working out the flow of the app, how all of the buttons navigate you through your tasks, and how the interface efficiently serves up the information user’s need, the UI team is working on how all of these interface elements will appear on screen.
At some point in the design process it’s decided that extra buttons need to be added to a given screen. This will change how the buttons will need to be organized and could require changing their shape or size. The UX team would determine the best way to lay out the buttons while the UI teams adapt their designs to fit the new layout. Constant communication and collaboration between UI and UX designers help to assure that the final user interface looks as good as it can, while also operating efficiently and intuitively.
Why Research is Key for UI/UX Designer?
Research is vital for both UI and UX designers. It’s important for both disciplines to gather as much good information as possible to assist them in crafting appropriate designs, and both follow a similar approach.
Both will research what users want. What they expect from applications of the sort being developed. This research is often iterative, involving usability sessions, where real users will interact with scaled versions of certain functionality or visual designs being tested to determine whether the designers are moving down the proper path. Feedback is integrated with each iteration.
This process involves generating low fidelity prototypes, like wire-frame renderings of interface elements in order to gauge a user’s response strictly to the functionality being tested. This can also involve fast visual prototypes and A/B tests of different possible versions of the look and feel of the interface to determine which one users prefer. In all cases research helps guide the steps designers take as they build their contributions. However, the information UI and UX designers are looking for is very different.