User Experience Design – UX

What is user experience design (UX)?

User experience (UX Design) is the design process that teams of designers use to create products. Products that provide meaningful and relevant end-user experiences.
This involves designing the entire product acquisition and integration process, including branding, design, use, and operation.

The difference between UX and UI

User Experience Design (UX) is often confused with terms such as "User Interface Design (UI)" and "Use". However, while usability and user interface (UI) design are important aspects of UX design, they are only subsets of it.
A UX designer is concerned with the entire process of purchasing and integrating a product, including aspects of branding, design, use and functionality. It is a process that begins before the device is in the hands of the user. Products that provide an excellent user experience are thus designed not only for the consumption or use of the product, but also for the entire process of acquisition, possession and troubleshooting.
Similarly, UX designers don’t just focus on creating products that can be used; focuses on other aspects of the user experience, such as pleasure, efficiency, and fun. Consequently, there is no single definition of a good user experience. Instead, a good user experience is one that meets the needs of a particular user; in the specific context in which he or she uses the product.

Why, What and How ?

As a UX designer, you should consider why, what and how the product is or will be used.
"Why" implies the motivation of users to adopt a product, whether it refers to a task they wish to perform or to the values ​​and views that users associate with the ownership and use of the product.
"What" is about the things that people can do with a product - its functionality. Finally, the module refers to designing functionality in an accessible and aesthetically pleasing way.
"How" to create products with which users can form meaningful experiences. In designing the software, you will need to make sure that the "substance" of the product comes through an existing device that provides a smooth experience.

UX Design for the end user

Because the UX process encompasses the user's entire journey, this is a multidisciplinary field. Hence, UX designers come from a variety of backgrounds, such as visual design, programming, psychology, and interaction design.
Designing for human users also means that you have to work with an increased area of ​​accessibility and accept the physical limitations of many potential users, such as reading small text.
The typical tasks of a UX designer vary. These often include researching users, creating people, designing interactive frames and prototypes, and testing projects. These tasks can vary greatly, so it always requires designers to keep the needs of users at the heart of all design and development efforts.
Therefore, most UX designers work in a form of user-centered work process and continue to direct their efforts until they address all relevant issues and user needs optimally and efficiently.

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