User Experience Design
UX design refers to user experience design while UI stands for the user interface. Both are crucial to an IT product and needs to work closely together.
Although User Experience designs are often placed on the same pedestal, they are different. While UI design focuses on how things look, UX design focuses on how things work. UI deals with the application’s graphical layout which include buttons, screen layout, animations, transitions, etc. User experience deals with how users interact with the system. The logical navigation and how smooth and intuitive the experience is are all components of UX design.
User experience design ensures a product makes sense to the users by creating a path that logically flows from one step to the next, and it ensures each page communicates that path. User experience designer will focus on the easy navigation and usability of the product, impacting the visual impression of the user.
User Experience designers are heavily in demand across all industries. The demand is steadily on the increase and has proven to be among the top 8 most in-demand careers in the field of digital marketing (according to the survey of LinkedIn). Skills required are basic HTML and CSS skills and capable of making minor website changes. UX designers can benefit from these skills: research, information architecture, wireframing, prototyping, and visual communication.
Quick Numbers for Momentum UX Design Careers
Momentum will guide you through the journey of becoming a professional and a world-class User Experience (UX) designer via training, certification, portfolio creation through our content partners.
We work with world-class content providers to ensure our curriculum is up to date, relevant and usable for our Momentum associates.