This week's tech spotlight:
UX and UI are two terms that are often used interchangeably. But they actually mean two different things—and differentiating between them can be very helpful as you’re building a digital product.
UX refers to the overall user experience with a company, brand, service, or product; whereas UI refers to the user’s interaction with an app, software program, or computer system. In other words, UX is about the sum total of a user’s experience, whereas UI is about the individual pieces—in this case the screens, features...