UI and UX

Design is a wide range of subjects and is not restricted to graphic design. If someone says “I’m a model,” it’s not obvious necessarily what they’re really doing every day. There are numerous responsibility pillars that hold the design upright together. Roles related to architecture occur in a number of areas, including graphic design, garment design, interior design, apparel design, ceramic design, print design, and more. Job titles such as UX Developer or UI Designer have appeared as the future design front jobs. Also, artists who come from other sectors are unfamiliar with its purpose.

Setting UI UX apart


UX design refers to user experience design while user interface design refers to user interface design. Both are critical to an IT product, and they need to work closely together. While the functions themselves are quite similar to each other, they are very separate and require distinct mechanisms.

 UX – the experience of the user

UX design is still a fairly young area, with many businesses still waking up to the fact that if they want to excel in acquiring and keeping clients, they need someone on their payroll. Part of the misunderstanding may be with the name: UX style. The term “style” is synonymous with imagination, colors, and visuals for many because the true meaning lies in design, as well as the mechanism behind creating goods to provide people who use them with a smooth experience.

At first, the job of UX designer will probably seem mysterious (“Wait, don’t you make graphics?”), and at best confusing. (“Why do people interview new designers?”)

It is the responsibility of the UX design team to know who the target clients are, and how to make their experience with your product the most rewarding or ‘delightful’ it can be. As such, the goals of ‘functionality,’ ‘usability’ and ‘user adaptability’ for the software are strong.

Advantage/ Features

  • Concurrent Analysis
  • Client Analysis
  • Strategy / Package Development
  • Development of content



  • Wireframe
  • Prototype Checking
  • Planning for Development
  • Analytics and Implementation
  • App Ui Designer(s) managing
  • Coordination with Creators
  • Goals for Reporting and Application
  • Iteration and Evaluation

UI- The User Interface

User Interface design is the heart of any web development. For an engaging UI, developers should understand the need for the application, and types of the user’s application will target. UI designing is a creative phase of web development and need expertise in the segment. At Techbit, developers have years of experience in the field and they offer you practical UI designs that are engaging and easy to navigate. 

Technically, UI design is part of the UX design. Both the services are interrelated and need proper planning from the company. UI is the design and layer of the application which interacts with the user directly. Web developers make sure that these applications have user-friendly UI design so that using the application is easy for the user. Main aspects of UI designs are-  

  • Make the UI discoverable and easy to navigate.
  • Use the colors and button in the design which relates the users’ preference. 
  • Make the interface simple and useful at the same time. 
  • The design should be eyes pleasing.

Advantage/ Features

  • Client Analysis
  • Conception Research
  • Branding and Graphic Design
  • Guides to Consumers / Plot


  • Prototyping the UI
  • Animation and Interactivity
  • Adaptation to screen sizes of all devices
  • Deployment with App

Why Techbit

When you come to think about it, the understanding of the above layman language isn’t entirely true from the point of view of a user. If either one of the UIs or UX is poor, the user senses the product is inferior. That means UI as well as UX ought to be more than just well individually. It is only when they smoothly merge together that each of the two, and by extension of the commodity, become better. At Techbit we understand this and accordingly provide both UX and UI services.

A user interface designer makes technology user friendly and intuitive. User interface designers are working in certain areas where consumers communicate directly with the app., something that looks great but is hard to use is exemplary in terms of great UI and poor UX. While something which looks terrible is very useful is exemplary of great UX and poor UI.

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