3 Things You Thought You Knew About UX and UI Design

In the ever-changing world of web design, the terms UX and UI are often used interchangeably. UX (User Experience) Design focuses on how the users feels when they use the website, while UI (User Interface) Design refers to how the website is presented or laid out to the users.

They are closely related because both are vital factors in designing a website. However, there are a few distinctions between the two. Here are some facts about UX and UI that will allow you to understand the differences of the two.

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3 Differences of iOS Apps and Android Apps

There are a total of 1.3 million Android apps while there are about 1.2 million iOS apps available online. (Source: appmakr) When it comes to the mobile world, there are two giant names fighting for the heart and trust of the consumers. They are Google and Apple. Apple’s iOS applications are downloaded from the App store while Android apps are downloaded from Google Play Store. Although they have almost the same applications, iOs apps and Android apps have 3 differences.

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5 Parts of a Website and their Design Trends this 2015

Aside from content, web design is also a major factor in user engagement. Hence, a good and functional web design could boost your online visibility. (Source: Forbes)

A website is composed of essential parts that help engage users to navigate and learn more about the products and services of the company. In order to make these basic parts extraordinary, we have listed the design trends for each of those parts. Here are they:

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Web Designer’s Perspective: 3 Things to Consider in Web Design

Web design is the process of generating, organizing and presenting the objectives of a website. (Source: PRLog)  It is the combination of a web designer’s intuitive sense and his expertise in coding and layout.  (Source: Web Designer Depot)

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3 Important Guidelines to a Mobile-Friendly Site

Google’s last algorithm update (the mobilegeddon) targets the mobile-friendliness of websites. In fact, Google have started to penalize “not mobile-friendly” websites. If you don’t want to be left behind in mobile SEO rankings, follow these few points:

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