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Category: UI/UX (page 1 of 2)
The difference between UI and UX is that UX, or user experience, is all about how users experience the use of an application or website, while UI, or user interface, is the presentation of information or look and feel of the product.
User experience designers focus on enhancing the customer interactions and experience as a whole, while UI developers translate product design and content into a responsive and interactive interface.
Animation is a big part of user experience, especially for mobile apps.
There are a lot of things you can communicate very subtly with animation:
- Send the message;
- Open Settings;
- Check the box etc.
This post reviews the common cases when functional animation perfects the visual design and support interactions.
The optimization of the different landing page zones answers the question “how to increase the conversion rate of your landing page” and turns visitors into sales or leads.
Our role as designers is to simplify as much as possible, aiding usability in the process. The best interfaces remove as much as possible, removing complexity in the process.
Building UI components, focus on re-using elements and minimizing visual complexity. With a core set of simplified and elegant components built, focus on combining these to create understandable interfaces that ease user interactions.
I’ll explore the foundations that enable us to establish some universal principles of UX.
These principles, which should sit at the heart of everything we design and build, are critical and will stand the test of time. The principles of design remain consistent and timeless.
A seamless UX design doesn’t make the user think twice about what they should do next. Instead, it should adapt to users’ needs and behaviors, and feel natural to them. If the user has a hard time figuring out what to do, they are most likely going to get frustrated and exit the site.
Here are some tips to make your user experience as seamless and as possible.