Even though we hear everywhere about UX design, we still don’t have a global understanding and definition of UX design. UX covers a broad range of disciplines and skills, such as testing, research, prototype, interactions, visuals, sounds, accessibility, animations, wireframes, developing user journey, user flows, information architecture, sitemap, etc. UX, in short, is all aspects of a product/service as experienced by the users.
What does a UX designer do?
The UX designer’s mission is to develop products that fit perfectly in people’s lives, products that have a human-centered approach, and help users achieve their goals. UX designers work on making computer-human interactions as smooth and “human” as possible.