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DESIGN ARE TWO DIFFERENT ELEMENTS OF A SINGLE CONSUMER EXPERIENCE. UX REFERS TO THE USER EXPERIENCE, WHICH FOCUSES ON HOW SOMETHING WORKS AND HOW PEOPLE INTERACT WITH IT. UI, OR USER INTERFACE, FOCUSES ON THE LOOK AND LAYOUT
complex, a good education is a must to become a UX designer. At the very least, you will need a two-year degree, while some UX designers will have master's degrees or higher. You'll also need professional experience or training developing software and technology to break into UX design.
the process design teams use to create products that provide meaningful and relevant experiences to users. This involves the design of the entire process of acquiring and integrating the product, including aspects of branding, design, usability and function.
YOU SHOULDN’T HAVE TO LEARN TO CODE (BUT IT SHOULD BE AN OPTION!) YOU SHOULD SPEND TIME WITH SEASONED UX DESIGNERS YOU SHOULD LEARN TO CREATE INTERACTIVE PROTOTYPES YOU SHOULD LEARN AT LEAST SOME OF THE MOST COMMON UX DESIGN TOOLS YOU SHOULD GET HANDS ON WITH UX RESEARCH
is to create user-friendly interfaces that enable users to understand how to use complex technical products. If you're passionate about the latest technology trends and devices, you'll find great fulfillment in being involved in the design process for the next hot gadget.