Web UI & UX
User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX), are essential to any application or product, both elements need to work closely together. It is a graphic internet communication and delivers visibility.Design is an extensive stream of subjects and isn’t limited to graphic design. Design related roles exist in a variety of domains such as, graphic design, textile design, interior design, fashion design, ceramic design, print design and more. With the comparatively recent arrival of tech companies focused on creating interfaces for screens, many new design roles have developed. UX Developer or UI designer have occurred as the future front of design roles.
UI is User Interface:
A user interface designer makes technology laidback and instinctive for people to use. User interface designers work on the areas where users directly act together with the product.
Look and Feel:
- Customer Analysis
- Design Research
- Branding and Graphic Development
- User Guides/Storyline
Responsiveness and Interactivity:
- UI Prototyping
- Interactivity and Animation
- Adaptation to All Device Screen Sizes
- Implementation with Developer
UX designer based on user experience. UX designers are usually focused on development of digital products, but the theory and process can be applied to just about anything:
Strategy and Context:
- Competitor Analysis
- Customer Analysis
- Product Structure/Strategy
- Content Development
Wire framing and Prototyping:
- Wire framing
- Development Planning
UI and UX go through some fundamental changes over the years owing to rapid improvements in computing and the ever increasing demand for great design.
These are some technologies that will reanalyze UI / UX out there:
Chatbots are currently used by many organizations to adverse with their users. However, with the growth of technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and Natural Language Processing (NLP), chatbots will highly affect UI / UX, providing complete conversational experience to the user.
Apple with Siri, Samsung with Bixby, Microsoft with Cortana, Google with OK Google, Amazon with Alexa, have even now made VUIs used to the world. Going forward, websites will be powered by their own VUIs or will integrate with any of the existing technologies. This will make way for more familiar website content.
Our world is changing just as speedily as our digital one. To date, we have been mainly limited by the need for a “box and a digital interface” to connect with the virtual world, but this model is changing rapidly, as more and extra connected “things” make their technique into our lives. These new “things” offers new examples for design, interaction, and manufacturing that many have yet to consider, including the capability to be continually on, but invisible to our senses. How should these connected devices be designed? How should we interact with them? There are many questions that are up till now to be asked. Eventually, a “craftsman” mindset will help us flourish in a world where “personalization” will become as much of a physical reality, as it is a digital one.
While the world is not familiarized to VR in daily life until now, Google and Mozilla are hard at work to adjust this technology for the web. Most of the websites today, have video introductions but 2018 will mark the use of 360° videos, 360° modelling, video mapping, and interactive videos on websites.
Synesthesia is a sporadic condition wherein an individual’s senses are cross-wired. For example, a person with synesthesia may see colors when they hear a sound, resulted by stimulation of hearing causing incongruous stimulation of seeing. Building 8, a research lab owned by Facebook is already working towards decoding this odd condition and using the knowledge to decrease languages to vibrations, readable by user’s skin. Future websites will implement similar technologies and enable richer user experiences.