UX design refers to the term “user experience design”, while UI stands for “user interface design”. Both elements are crucial to a product and work closely together. But despite their professional relationship, the roles themselves are quite different, referring to very different aspects of the product development process and the design discipline.
UI stands for the user interface. It is the point of contact between humans and computers. Any technology you interact with as a user is part of the user interface. For example, screens, sounds, overall style, and responsiveness are all elements of UI.
A user experience designer (UX designer) is an individual who designs the entire interface, components, and overall interaction of a user with a computing device or application. UX designers enable the creation of an information system that is simpler and more efficient for the human end user.
WHY CHOOSE THE COURSE?
Web development is a fast-paced, challenging career centered on creative problem-solving and continuous innovation.
As a web developer, you’ll work with a multidisciplinary team of designers, other developers, and marketers to realize your projects.
WHAT HAPPENS ON THE COURSE?
During your studies, you will have the opportunity to engage in a number of activities outside your normal teaching, which may include; Guest lecturers, Practical Classes, Real- life projects,s and commercial applications. These activities are designed to enhance your knowledge and enjoyment of the course.
The Course Modules for UI/UX Design:
Potential Carrier paths: