UI/UX has become demanding for business survival. Lend a design-centric approach to user interface and user experience design with our specialized design team. Bridge the gap between these conflated terms with a clear grasp from our unit of experienced and professional individuals. It's often hard to find substantial differences between the two that don't subside too far into jargon. Worry no more, as you have landed on the right business portal!

UI stands for user interface. The buttons that the users click, the animations they see, the sliders, images, data entry fields, transitions, screen layout, and much more need to be a visual treat to their eyes. This is where UI designers enter the picture. They are primarily accountable for the graphical layout of the application. It's they who structure the appearance of the application in terms of deciding the color schemes, button shapes, font style, and much more. Cumbersome and monotonous graphics are never a boon to our designers, and thus they're concerned to ensure that every visual element is appealing, provocative, aesthetically united, and themed appropriately to serve the purpose.

Don't you look for smooth-functioning and user-friendly apps on the go? Aren't you concerned about the smooth and interactive dynamic of the app? Wouldn't you expect the app to efficiently aid in the accomplishment of your purpose without any struggle or confusion? UX, which refers to user experience, rests on the concept of "the user being the king". Our UI designers strive to build applications that yield effortless and the finest user experience in interacting with the user interface elements. Therefore, there seems to be a thin line between the roles of UI and UX designers, which in reality are two extreme poles. UI designers are responsible for deciding the look of the user interface, whereas UX designers determine how the user interface operates.

How They Work Together at Sahana?

At SSL, our UI and UX designers work in unity to deliver the best results for your clients. We extend such services that display a clear-cut UX process that initiates with identifying the product's scope following a series of steps.

The UI designers architect the graphical look of the application, which serves as the basis for the UX designers. The UX process then includes:

  • Envisioning a sitemap
  • Analyzing the distinctive user journeys
  • Generating wireframes
  • Plotting the user interfaces
  • Lastly evolving the desired outputs precisely in a manner that synchronizes the user experience of the end product with the exact way it is designed to be by the UI designers.