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HubSpot: UX vs. UI: What’s the Difference?
HubSpot just shared another interesting blogpost:
UX and UI are two terms that are often mentioned in the same sentence, but that doesn’t mean they are interchangeable. UX and UI are so often conflated that you could come across a job posting for a UX Designer where the job description mistakenly outlines the responsibilities of a UI Designer and vice versa. Although UX and UI are distinct practices, they overlap and complement each other. For this reason, it can be confusing to understand what makes them different and how they work together to create a great product. UX and UI are two disciplines that work hand in hand to create a product, service, or website that is delightful and intuitive for customers to use. User Interface (UI) relates to the aesthetic properties of a digital product, including the look, feel, and design of all the elements a user can interface with. Meanwhile, User Experience (UX)
Read more here: UX vs. UI: What’s the Difference?
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