Web Developer Vs UI/UX Designer
You heard the terms “Web developer” and “UI/UX designer”. But do you really know the difference between Web Developer Vs UI/UX designer?
How do you decide which role is best for you; Web developer vs UI/UX designer?
- Are you interested in how to improve things for others?
- Are you thinking of a solution in a different way?
- Do you like to bring changes everywhere?
If all of the above answers are right, then you have the potential to become a UX/UI designer?
- Are you really enjoying solving a problem?
- Do you like to find a solution and implement them?
- Do you like to test and troubleshoot?
- Are you a person who is thinking logically?
You will become a web developer easily if you have the above characteristics.
What is a UI/UX Designer Role?
First, understand the meaning of UI and UX designer. UX stands for user experience and UI stands for the user interface.
A UI/UX designer role is to create the user interface and provide a good experience.
UX design study user habits, needs, behaviours and emotions. Their role includes; web design and user research, user interaction design, usability testing, and content strategy. User Experience design is an important and invisible part of the design. It is a designer duty to ensure the design is aligned with the client brands.
What is a Web Developer Role?
A web developer role is to write the code to convert those UX designs to make them functional.
Developers write the code to bring those UX designs and ideas to life. Developers understand user requirements. Their role includes creating and testing applications, do the technical aspects of the website and mobile applications.