What happens generally is that people get confused with UX and UI as they think both are the same, but let us clear your doubts about the difference between these two.
User Experience(UX) is the interaction and experience users have with an organization's product and services. On the other hand, User Interface(UI) is the specific asset user interact with.
UX (User Experience)
A wireframe is commonly used to squander content and functionality on a website that takes into redeeming user needs and user journeys. Wireframes are used initially in the development process to create the basic structure of a page before any graphic content is added.
It is an experimental process where thoughts and ideas are given shape digitally. Teams develop various kind of content and graphics to test on the user who works better.
It is used to test whether the design that has been created is effective for users or not.
User persona helps designers to create with less complexity. It allows designers in the process of achieving the ideal goal.
UI (User Interface)
While designing your interface, you need various elements as input elements, elements to control and many other buttons. It is not limited to set buttons.
According to design.org, "Aesthetics is a core design principle that defines a design's pleasing qualities. In visual terms, aesthetics includes factors such as balance, colour, movement, pattern, scale, shape and visual weight".
Patterns are the reusable component that can be used again and ah=gain as a troubleshooter.
It is a kind of interactive element. It enables us to get expected feedback from the interface.
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