6.3.1. What is UX/UI?
User Experience (UX) is generally an abstract feeling that people get from using any application, product or website. The User Interface (UI) is what people interact with as part of that experience. A good user interface provides a "user-friendly" experience, allowing the user to interact with the software or hardware in a natural and intuitive way. Nearly all software programs have a graphical user interface, or GUI. This means the program includes graphical controls, which the user can select using a mouse or keyboard. A typical GUI of a software program includes a menu bar, tool-bar, windows, buttons, and other controls.
UX Design is a more analytical and technical field, where as UI Design is closer to what we refer to as graphic design, though the responsibilities are somewhat more complex. Both these elements are crucial to a product as they work closely together. It is undoubted that UX/UI design is an important aspect of doing any application work or making a website.