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What is the difference between UI and UX?

  What is the Difference Between UI and UX? A Brief Introduction first... Before we jump into the difference between UI and UX, let us take a brief tour of UI and UX. User experience encompasses all aspects of the end user's interaction with the company, its services, its products. This means identifying and designing a solution that meets the needs of our users, regardless of medium, without fuss or bother. To do this, we must consider all aspects of the user's experience from having the right information to ease of use, to quick and concise customer help. This usually means collaborating across departments and merging the services of multiple disciplines, engineering, marketing, graphic or industrial design. The Difference Between UI and UX UX is usually more of a strategy for achieving an end-user design for any domain. Like, developing websites, accounting software, animation, or a product style that builds a reputation for excellence and utility. UI stands for user interfa
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