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Difference between UX and UI.

UX and UI are separate entities. They rely on each other, but there is little overlap. If UX design only relates to the functionality of the house, then UX design would need to come first, and UI design would wait to step in after UX was completed.
Difference between UX and UI.
  1. UX is about the entire experience that the user has with the product, the company, and the services. Everything from the way customer service is perceived to how easily the product is released from the package.
  2. User interface (UI) design is the process designers use to build interfaces in software or computerized devices, focusing on looks or style. Designers aim to create interfaces which users find easy to use and pleasurable.
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UX vs UI: key differences every designer should know | Webflow Blog
A breakdown of UX and UI — two critical components that can make or break a product.
https://webflow.com/blog/ux-vs-ui-design

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