UX Design Vs. UI Design
UX Design refers to the term User Experience Design, while UI Design stands for User Interface Design. Both elements are crucial to a product and work closely together. But despite their professional relationship, the roles themselves are quite different, referring to very different parts of the process and the design discipline. Where UX Design is a more analytical and technical field, UI Design is closer to what we refer to as graphic design, though the responsibilities are somewhat more complex.
There is a quaint little analogy I like to use in describing the different parts of a digital product:
If you imagine a digital product as the human body, the bones represent the code which give it structure. The organs represent the UX design: measuring and optimizing input and output for supporting life functions. And UI design represents the cosmetics of the body–its presentation, its senses and reactions.
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Case Study: Work Shift Application for iPhone and Android devices – Interface Concept for Starbucks Coffee. In this design the developer wanted to be able to let the user login and see different open work shifts in the area on an as-needed basis that would update in realtime. The user could then click on the shift, secure their interest in the shift, see the details about the shift, and then confirm the shift.