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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