User Experience vs User Interface

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Understand the difference between the terms user experience and user interface.

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User Experience vs User Interface

  1. 1. USER EXPERIENCE VS USER INTERFACE
  2. 2. There is sometimes a false impression among people in workplaces regarding the difference between User Interface and User Experience. What is the difference between the two, anyway?
  3. 3. Let’s start by their meanings.
  4. 4. In simple words, user interface is actually the system through which users will interact with the machine. There is hardware and software included in the user interface.
  5. 5. The purpose of this interaction between the user and system is to provide the users effective, friendly and enjoyable experience, thus, producing the desired results.
  6. 6. User Interface Types 1. GUI (Graphical User Interfaces) The GUI accepts the input through the computer keyboard and mouse and expresses the final graphical output on the screen of your computer.
  7. 7. User Interface Types 2. WUI (Web User Interfaces) Web user interfaces accept the input from your keyboard and mouse and generates the output in the form of web pages.
  8. 8. 3. Touch Screens User Interface Types Touch screens accept the input from user through touch of a finger or the stylus. It is being used in large number of mobile phones, self-service machines...
  9. 9. Let’s get back to user experience
  10. 10. I hope you have understood the actual difference between both terms. Although both UI and UX are different concepts, they can be combined for the best results. They will certainly help in conveying your message to the users and collecting information from them.
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