Recently, a mobile data analysis agency published a piece of data. The average time people spend on APPs is 94 minutes and the time spent browsing the web is 75 minutes. It is estimated that by the second half of the year, the average time people spend on APPs will rise to 100 Minutes, while browsing the web has been reduced to 70 minutes.
Webpages, online shopping, and APPs are already closely related to our lives, so that major companies attach great importance to UI design and webpage design. Many students and unemployed people are eager to learn design. So, before you learn UI design or web design, should you first understand the difference between UI design and website design? Below, I will answer the differences between web design and UI design.
Before explaining the difference between the two, clarify the concept of the two. Web page design is based on the information (including products, services, ideas, and culture) that the company hopes to pass on to visitors, to plan site functions, and then to beautify the page design. The UI of UI design is short for User Interface, and UI design refers to the overall design of software's human-computer interaction, operation logic, and beautiful interface.
The difference between web design and UI design lies in the different emphasis. Web design focuses on the code level. Some front-end technologies such as HTML, CSS, JQuery, and JS must be proficient. The layout design and layout of web pages are mainly used on the Internet. UI design focuses on the interface design level of images, icon design, and software. It mainly involves website or app screens, icons, interaction design, and user experience. In the past, many netizens had divergent opinions on whether "web design includes UI design or UI design includes web design", but did not reach an exact answer. The editor tends to say that the two complement each other. Because the website is a complete system, not a static picture. A website or app that meets the needs of users needs to point each page to each other through a corresponding link to a complex whole, with both a UI and a web design. So website design is usually not done by one person, but by a team.