UX designers always put users' needs first when considering design solutions in order to enhance customer satisfaction.
-Defining a problem
-Generating task and user flow
-Creating sketches, high and low fidelity wireframes, and prototype
UI designers make products joyful to interact with. They focus on the visual hierarchy and patterns that give visual cues to users.
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UX designers tend to focus on creating a product that solves a problem, while UI designers work on the design patterns and micro-details of the product.
UX designers think extremely about how best to make a product easy to use, while UI designers think extensively about how best to make a product delightful and enjoyable to use.
UX design can be used for both tangible and intangible products, while UI design tends to be limited to digital interfaces.
UX is what we, as users, experience, while UI is what we see while using a product.
UX design generally comes before UI design in an ideal design process.