2. • UX Design refers to the term User Experience
Design, while UI Design stands for User
• Both elements are crucial to a product and
work closely together. But despite their
professional relationship, the roles themselves
are quite different, referring to very different
parts of the process and the design discipline.
3. • User Interface Design is a process of visually
guiding the user through a product’s interface
via interactive elements and across all
• User Experience Design is responsible for
being hands on with the process of research,
testing, development, content, and
prototyping to test for quality results.
4. UI Design
• "UI" stands for "User interface". Traditionally,
that means the actual buttons, text, and pixels
that appear on the screen.
5. UX Design
• "UX" stands for "User experience". This is a
much broader and higher-level discipline than
UI, because it includes not just the interface,
but also all the systems and interactions that
6. • User Interface Design is responsible for the
transference of a brand’s strengths and visual
assets to a product’s interface as to best
enhance the user’s experience.
• User Experience Design is the process of
development and improvement of quality
interaction between a user and all facets of a