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Thread: What is UX/UI

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    What is UX/UI

    I keep seeing UX/UI. If someone knows HTML, CSS, and JavaScript does this make them a UI developer? Would someone that also knows PHP and Java be a UX developer?
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    Ux designers are about the feel or user interface UI. There has been a big increase in these types of designers but many of them simply photoshop graphic designers who slab together a look. It is then up to a ux designer to use css , html , JavaScript whatever programming language he is assigned or limited to to transform this Photoshop ( can be any image really its just a map ) into a working functioning user interface aka website. So yes Php developers and java could be considered ux developers too if thats what they use the languages for.

    However php is a very back-end orientated language and calls upon html and css to achieve the look and feel to a lesser extent java does the same.

    In a nutshell most languages that are that can design a front end will end up calling upon html and css most of the time. Its not black and white but thats my view on it.

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    UX, which stands for user experience, is the process of researching, developing, and refining all aspects of a user’s interaction with a company to ensure the company is meeting the user’s needs. A UX designer must ensure people find value when they interact with a company’s products or services. and UI designer is responsible for the presentation of a product.

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    UI is user interface design. It is everything that the user sees, feels, hears and touches. UI Design creates the beauty of a product. UI includes visual elements. Whereas UX stands for user experience. UX involves navigation, structuring, design, user research, usability and accessibility of a site/app.


 

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