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Explaining the Difference Between UI and UX to Your Friends

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We know you get this question.

Because we get it all the time, too.

Someone comes up to you at a party, the office, or while you’re working out and asks you, “What’s the difference between UI and UX?”

Okay, maybe not while you’re working out. But you know what we mean.

To answer that question you could go the long way around (“Well, we’d have to go all the way back to 1446...”) or take a shorter route.

A much shorter route.

Just point your user to this photo illustration by Ed Lea that cleverly explains the subtleties of the differences between UX and UI...

...using cereal.

UX UI chart

Munch, munch, munch....

Any questions?

Munch.

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