NELSON WYLIE

Web Design & Development

UI

USER INTERFACE

User Interface

User interface is every visual element a user might interact with on a technological device, including the computer itself, as well as apps and websites. Nowadays, UI typically relates to a user’s experience interacting with a web page, video game, or TV interface, and primarily pertains to the alignment of buttons, scroll bars, icons, and logos.
A UI designer focuses on what’s on each page or screen of a design. They draw on their expertise to know how to layout the information on the screen. They design effective forms and dialogs to guide users to efficiently and effectively interact with applications or web sites.

"Effective UI goes a long way towards compelling you to interact with a business on a regular basis."

User Interface Design

User interface design is the process of making interfaces in software or computerized devices with a focus on looks or style. Designers aim to create designs users will find easy to use and pleasurable. UI design typically refers to graphical user interfaces but also includes others, such as voice-controlled ones. A UI designer is essentially in charge of how everything aligns on a page in relation to each other. They decide the hierarchy of the elements (“Should the logo be at the top or the bottom?”), as well as the interactivity of the entire product (“Should the navigation be organized in scroll-down menus, or clickable buttons?”).
Experience design in its five levels of resolution: eco-system design, organization-wide design, application/site-wide design, screen design, and conversation design. Both the UX and UI designer need to collaborate together in experience design to effectively create the processes of development for the improvement of quality interactions between the users, devices used and all facets of a company. To successfully design in each resolution, the designer needs the requisite skills, knowledge, and experience to get the most out of that resolution’s specific tools, methods, and principles.
Designers focus on building interfaces users will find highly usable and efficient. Thus, a thorough understanding of the contexts users will find themselves in when making those judgments is crucial. You should create the illusion that users aren’t interacting with a device so much as they’re trying to attain goals directly and as effortlessly as possible.  The purpose of a UI is to enable a user to effectively control a computer or machine they are interacting with, and for feedback to be received in order to communicate effective completion of tasks. A successful user interface should be intuitive (not require training to operate), efficient (not create additional or unnecessary friction) and user-friendly (be enjoyable to use).

UI Overview

The purpose of a UI is to enable a user to effectively control a computer or machine they are interacting with, and for feedback to be received in order to communicate effective completion of tasks. A successful user interface should be intuitive (not require training to operate), efficient (not create additional or unnecessary friction) and user-friendly (be enjoyable to use).
Good design is about communication, building brand identity and integrity with the aim of providing the user with an engaging and rewarding experience
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