User Interface and User Experience both are key fields of designing. Both term looks similar however both are entirely different. Let's discuss in detail; what is user interface design and what is user experience design and what is the difference between UI and UX design.

User Interface Design

  1. User Interface or UI is an enormous field. It is a mixture of archives, writings, pictures, video, and so forth, and buttons, labels, text fields, checkboxes, drop-down records, visual computerization, and so on.
  2. User interface also includes behavior like when we click, type or drag.
  3. It requires creativity, a great deal of training, and a ton of experimentation to show signs of improvement in the designs.
  4. As a UI creator, you will likely make a UI that is connecting with, lovely and makes a passionate reaction from the client to make your products increasingly adorable and excellent.
  5. Any type of visual element, interaction, or animation, all must be designed by UI designers. These job activities tumble to UI creators.
  6. UI originators make the look and feel of an application's UI.

What's more, you, as the application architect, are the expert that plans this excursion. So you would prefer not to toss all the data on the screen trusting that the client will get it. That is something contrary to a decent UI. Rather, you're the guide that takes the client on an awesome excursion through your application. What's more, to this, you must have the option to move and move their consideration all-around controlling them.

Features of user interface

  • It includes customer analysis of the requirements
  • Efficient look and feel
  • Design Research according to the requirement analysis
  • Branding and Graphic Development also involved in UI
  • User Guides/Storyline
  • Responsiveness and Interactivity
  • UI Prototyping
  • Interactivity and Animation

What is User Experience (UX) Design?

  1. "UX" means "User experience." A client's understanding of the application is dictated by how they connect with it.
  2. User experience (UX) is the procedure that design teams use to make products that give significant encounters to clients.
  3. User experience is responsible for the structure of the whole design and incorporating the product, including parts of branding, design, usability, and function.
  4. UX provides simplicity and elegance to produce products. It works according to what the customer says and wants.
  5. Merging of mixed services is essential such as marketing, graphical and industrial, and interface design; to obtain a high-quality user experience.  

Therefore, UX designers are additionally worried about an application's UI, and this is the reason individuals get befuddled about the contrast between the two. In any case, though UI originators are entrusted with choosing how the UI will look, UX experts are responsible for deciding how the UI works. UI/UX experts decide the structure of the interface and the experience. How it's sorted out and how all the parts identify with each other. So, they structure how the interface works.

Features of User Experience: It generally covers up in three parts; Strategy and context, Wireframing and prototyping, Execution and Analysis.

Strategy and Context: In strategy and content various factors are involved such as

  • Competitor Analysis
  • Customer Analysis
  • Product Structure/Strategy
  • Content Development

Wireframing and Prototyping:

  • Wireframing
  • Prototyping
  • Testing/Iteration
  • Development Planning

Execution and Analytics

  • Coordination with UI UX Designer(s)
  • Coordination with Developers
  • Tracking Goals and Integration
  • Analysis and Iteration

The Difference between UI/UX design

The above picture is showing the exact difference between UI/UX; let's discuss in the detail and simple way.

  1. In UI design we research and check what is product and what to make; however, in UX design, experts check is that what to achieve from the design.
  2. In UI, visual elements are required to build the design while in UX, user experience matters to regarding the design.
  3. UI generally focuses on the tools to develop designs but UX focus on the interactions.
  4. UI works on branding while UX works on user stories and persons.
  5. UI works on typography whereas UX works on scenarios.
  6. The main difference between UI and UX is; UI works on the interface part and UX works on the strategy.

In conclusion, although UI/UX have various difference, can't work independently. Both require each other to develop a beautiful product. Both things are dependent on each other.