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UX stands for user experience. UX design results in a web experience built specifically for the target audience. User experience design services will meet user expectations. UX agencies do this through UX research on user flows through a website and design the website around the user experience. User interactions need to be seamless and intuitive.
UI Design focused on the user interface as opposed to the user experience. User flow is important but it’s vital to consider user interfaces that capture the brand identityUI services look at ways to increase conversions through user interfaces and user interactions. UI designers create aesthetically pleasing visual design. They have a clear understanding of intuitive design.
Card Sorting – this determines the ideal structure, workflows and content organization for the website.
Wireframes – allows you to see the layout as well as the placeholders for where images, copy and other elements go on the page
Tree Testing – this tests how usable the website is. UX/UI designers will evaluate the findability of topics in a website. This helps them with card sorting.
Native Apps – a native app is designed to run on a specific mobile operating system.
User Journey – this is how a user reaches their goal when navigating through a website. It is how a user interacts with the website and reaches their goal while navigating
Design Thinking – design concepts are developed through strategic and practical processes
Interaction Design – is about designing the interactions a user has with the website or app so that the user has a pleasant experience. Ideally, exceed user expectations
Usability Testing – UX/UI agencies don’t just come up with hypotheses about what will work on the website or app. Design decisions are based on testing user journeys after the final product goes live to ensure customer satisfaction e.g surveys, feedback forms, heatmaps etc. Key part of the design process
End User – the target audience the website will be built for
Working Prototype – this is a sample version of the final product. The UX design team will use it for testing and validating ideas before sharing them with the client