What are the differences between UX and UI design, and which should I focus on for a commercial website?
Hi, I'm trying to figure out how to make the experience for people who visit a commercial website more streamlined, interactive, and enjoyable. I'd also like to make sure that people are staying on the site for longer amounts of time, and visit certain pages. What are the differences between UX and UI design, and which should I focus on?
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UX and UI both is most important for the the Successful website, you should study Google guideline for the better navigation and user friendly sites. it will be help to index more faster as well as easy to navigate.
UX is short for user experience and it's how the user feels interacting with your site. Is is easy to navigate, is information easily accessible and is it relevant to their search, etc etc… So it has to do mostly with your content and architecture of the site.
UI is the interface and is more to do with graphic design and art direction of your site.
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To break it down in simple basic explanation.
UI is the navigation of the website.
UX is the feeling you get by interacting with the site.
It really depends on the industry and the purpose of your website. Is the site meant for user interaction ro is the site meant to be a checkout counter. Once you figure out which is important then u can decide if you need to focus on UI or UX.
First know the main purpose of your website.
Stay focus on that purpose.
Provide the best value to the users to fit the main purpose of the website.
both are most important for the commercial website .
UX & UI both are dependent to each other UX is a user experience part but without UI does looks better.
So Both are the essential part of commercial website.
UI and UX, two terms that I’m sure just about everyone in the tech community has recently heard used fairly loosely. It seems that every company small and large is looking for a UI/UX designer to join their teams. Clearly these two acronyms have become the tech industry's latest buzzwords. But what do they actually mean? To start off, let’s define the two. First we have UI which refers to “User Interface” and second we have UX which refers to “User Experience”. It terms of design, UI and UX cannot be used irreplaceably.
User Interface (UI) Design generally refers to the user facing side of any type of physical interface, whether that is your latest smartphone, a desktop computer, or the navigation system in your new car. A UI designer is responsible for everything that a user will see on the interface. This includes everything from (but not limited to) input controls such as buttons, navigational components such as sliders, and informational components such as message boxes. Furthermore, it is the UI designer's responsibility to understand what the users’ needs are. They must be able to arrange the interface in a simple way that allows for the best user experience. Now that we have established that the UI designer is responsible for everything that the user can see and use, what does the UX designer do?
The UX designer is responsible for the emotion of the user. They are responsible for how they feel when interacting with the interface or product. UX is a much broader term that encompasses the entire process from concept to completion. UX designers generally start by conducting user research and interviews. The goal with this is to understand exactly what the users’ needs are. In most cases, the next step is to create a set of personas of each possible user and their needs. Once these first two steps have been completed, the UX designer will have the information needed to create the backbone of the product or “wireframes”. The wireframes are essentially the blueprints of what the UI designer will use to create the interface that the user interacts with.
Clearly UI and UX design are interrelated and you need both to create simple user centered products. At the same time, one should understand the differences between them. As stated, UI design focuses on what the user can see and touch and UX design focuses on how the user feels when they interact with the product. Hopefully my brief description about the differences in UI and UX design has given you a better understanding of two!
I think the focus should be on making your pages understandable to the visitors within a few seconds of their landing. I also think it is relatively more important to make the visitors take affirmative actions vis-à-vis having them stay longer.
Some ideas that have been tested to work are:
1. Headline that evokes curiosity, and relates clearly to the content
2. A good image
3. Unmistakable call-to-action
4. Narrative that makes clear what to expect and how to proceed, if so
Making viewers visit certain pages is a different aspect. Apart from strategically linking those pages from other pages in the website, I think you'll need some extra attention grabbing efforts on other pages.
These could be like top action bar (example, HelloBar used by Buffer blog), top-of-post or end-of-post messages, scroll-triggered message from bottom, etc.
If you're using WordPress, consider the free Icegram plugin that does many of these things.
Hope everyone knew the expressions of "UI" (User Interface) and "UX" (User Experience) are continuously utilized like never before in today's innovative and technical world.
Generally, these expressions are alluding to fortes and thoughts that have been around for quite some time preceding the presentation of the condensed phrasing.
Be that as it may the issue with these new acronyms is more than simply terminology. Inappropriately, the terms are rapidly getting to be risky trendy expressions: utilizing these terms loosely and within regularly totally wrong circumstances is a consistent issue for a developing number of experts, including: designers, job hunters, and development specialists of product. Understanding the correct division, relationship and use of the terms is vital to both chastisements.
UI is the arrangement of various controls and other anchors such as images, text etc on the webpage or your application window. UX is the outcome of these arrangement - how convenient the user find to navigate, use and explore the screen. If you focus in the UX, you will get a good UI out.
one U has an X and the other has an I after it, you need a programer for this one. I aint half bad at building graphics for my web sites, but this is a new one on me. Sorry but this is a techie problem.