UX UI Design is an evergreen demand specialisation which is gathering a lot of interest with respect to the ever-changing world. UX Design is about creating exceptional products that people want and need. The best way to do that is to deeply understand your users, and keep them in mind through every step of the design process. Both UI and UX involve creativity, technical skills, and an understanding of human motivations, but they are focused on different stages of the design process.
UI or User Interface deals with anything and everything that a user may interact with while using a digital service or product. Thus, UI Design includes different aspects of digital products such as screens, keyboards, lights and sound. Thus, UI encompasses the appearance of the device used by an end user.
On the other hand, UX or User Experience Design was developed as a result to have some improvements to UI. UX deals with aspects related to a user’s interaction with an application (app), product or operating system. Thus, UX Design typically deals with defining how a product operates and how it meets the needs of a user. Thus, UI design typically lays emphasis on how a product is laid out and UX design is concerned with the overall experience of the product.
User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) are high-demand fields in the media and entertainment industry. The skills and knowledge you will gain at DGBITS, Tirupati will be applicable to a wide variety of careers. You will learn best practices and conventions in UI and UX, and apply them to create effective, compelling and navigation-friendly based web experiences for users both on computer and mobile devices.
The most popular job profile that candidates can pursue after completing a UI/ UX course is to become a UI designer or a UX designer.
As a UX designer one explores and incorporates different approaches so as to solve a specific user problem. As a UX designer the primary responsibility that one needs to shoulder is to ensure that while using a product the user can easily move from one step to the next.
A UI designer is concerned with how a product is laid out. In such a job profile one is responsible for designing each screen/ page that a user interacts with. Thus, a UI designer is tasked with the responsibility of creating a style guide and thereafter ensuring that a consistent design language is applied across the entire product. A UI designer needs to ensure that there is consistency in visual elements of the product being used by end users.