UI and UX in learning — How they differ and 7 tips to improve both

While User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) are sometimes confused with one another, they’re actually separate concepts, albeit with overlapping considerations. To craft really successful learning, it’s important to consider both and design programmes that are suited for the audience, subtly adding to the learning experience. Once you understand how UI and UX in learning differ from each other and relate to the user, you’ll be better able to use them consciously in your design.

UI focuses on the learning’s look and feel. It’s the learning’s visual presentation. UI design is a digital activity that generally doesn’t require coding, depending on the tools used and if the distinction between design and development is blurred.

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