UX Importance In A Design.

27.09.16

Many people will think about UI as a core to the design. We give importance to UI than UX. But that is not the real way of presenting it. The experience of user is importance than the design. UX gives life to the design. It is an essential the method of customer satisfaction.

Graphic and web design are often evaluated on aesthetic lines, the fact of the matter is that UX design serves business needs. For this reason, leading design organizations, thought leaders, and educators emphasize the need for designers to think like business people. As design becomes more complicated, technical, and user-focused, the need to design for getting business results increases. The designer should understand the user and his requirements, and then sketch the layout. Only the best user-focused designer can become the best UI/UX designer.

Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like. People think it’s this veneer – that the designers are handed this box and told, ‘Make it look good!’ That’s not what we think design is. It’s not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works. – Steve Jobs

Let's picture a car. How a car attracts our mind? It’s not only because of the appearance and design but also through how feasible, convenient and user-friendly it is to use. The easiness in using a product makes the user happy and makes visitors into buyers and customers into regular customers. That’s the way a designer should really clay up their showcase. However, the UI and UX plays an almost same role in making a product, UX is an inevitable part of parenting it. A product without the usability factor would definitely be incomplete.

Patrick Hansen

Senior Product Strategist

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