dictionary | November 23, 2015
(noun) The level of comfort or discomfort a person feels when using a company, product or service — also abbreviated “UX.” In terms of products/digital interfaces, user experience includes the practical, experiential, effective and meaningful aspects of device interaction and product ownership. UX is sometimes confused with User Interface design (UI).
“Although the UI on the movie reviews site made it easy to find films and opinions, the UX was poor because they only had movies from the major studios, and I wanted to know if Juno was any good.”
Alternate definition: The apex of where creative design, functionality and user research meet to create a positive experience for our client’s audiences.
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