While they're in the same family, UI and UX are different. UI (user interface) specialists design interfaces for websites and apps to be visually appealing, flow well, and be easy for users to navigate. UX (user experience) specialists do a lot of research and testing to consider every element of how the user will interact with the company and website, coordinating with developers and UI designers.
This type of career is perfect for those who want a creative-meets-analytical type of role (graphic design meets A/B testing and so on).
Ultimately, UI is better for those who want to focus on the visuals, layout, and general look and feel of a page or product. UX is better for those who want to use analysis and testing to help a business seamlessly meet their users' needs.
* 87% of managers surveyed by Adobe said hiring more UX designers is the #1 priority for their organization.
* There are 14,000 UX designer jobs in the United States alone (and 24,000 in Europe).
* UX and UI designers have many specific tools of the trade–like these design programs.
* Demand for UX/UI skills is mostly in mobile platforms, but demand for innovative design in VR, AR, AI, and wearables is growing
The critical elements of user experience–strategy, scope, structure, skeleton, and surface. Learn the basics (e.g. what UX design is and why it’s important), strategy/theory (e.g. use of color and typography), and implementation (e.g. how to create wireframes).
* Course Name: User Experience Design Fundamentals
* Training Fee: Free!
* Registration Fee : RM300 / USD$80
* Mode of training : Live online training
* Skill level: Beginner
It has a 4.3-star rating from 3,418 ratings, with 51,398 students enrolled. The instructor has been helping Fortune 100, Fortune 500, and various government organizations with UX design for nearly three decades.