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Web Designer difference

Discussion in 'Web Design Forum' started by Rashmi Vanwani, Sep 25, 2019.

  1. Rashmi Vanwani

    Rashmi Vanwani New Member

    Can anyone tell me what is the difference between web designer and the UX/UI Designer.?
  2. nshep

    nshep New Member

    I would say implementation. A UI/UX designer puts together a concept for a website/interface inside some design software. A web designer is a person who actually implements the web page/app interface. Of course, there are plenty of people who do both, so the differences are a bit fluid.
  3. Rilan

    Rilan New Member

    Thanks for the info!
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  4. Ricky Larson

    Ricky Larson Member

    Web designer and UI/UX designer are the same.
  5. Anyonesss

    Anyonesss New Member

    The difference between UX, UI and graphic design is that they are different fronts of work in a single digital brand. UX is more about making people more efficient with digital tools. Web is about designing comfortable and functional interfaces, while graphic design is about uniquely appealing brand graphics. I would add that these professions and areas of work are closely related. Each of these people knows what the other is doing, as the work process is impossible without either of them. Check out the videos on https://www.pixelchefs.com/ecommerce-website-design/ exactly what a web designer and someone else does.
    Last edited: Oct 12, 2021
  6. John Smith61777

    John Smith61777 New Member

    Web design is the process of creating websites for the internet, whereas, UX design is a broader term and is the process used to create products that provide meaningful and relevant experiences to users— this is the difference between web design and UX design.

    Moreover if you are looking to hire web or ui/ux designer you can visit hire a software developer platform and contact with professional designers for your next project.

    Hope it helps
  7. DigitalHalfling

    DigitalHalfling New Member

    Awesome and interesting article. Great things you’ve always shared with us. Thanks. Just continue composing this kind of post.
  8. KoralCurt

    KoralCurt New Member

    If I may say so, UI/UX design is more complex and forms the basis for web design. Of course, there are many similar details, but if you want to understand them better, you should work with both. I studied both of these subjects at university, but I didn't really like UI/UX, so when I created my online website, I sought professional help. I contacted https://www.webcitz.com/website-design/redesign.html and they took care of everything. You can look on their website or contact them online. They can tell you more about it.
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2022
  9. Harikharek

    Harikharek New Member

    Depending on the agency/company, you may spend more time in Photoshop or Sketch deciding how things should appear and interacting with clients or the creative director to ensure you fulfill their "vision" than actually writing any code if your title is Shopify Website Development.
  10. muhammadahmad

    muhammadahmad New Member

    As a web designer, you'll be responsible for creating the visual design of websites. This includes everything from the layout and navigation to the color scheme and typography. You'll need to have a strong understanding of design principles and be able to create designs that are both user-friendly and visually appealing. Skills HTML,CSS, JAVASCRIPT etc.

    As a UX/UI designer, you'll be focused on creating amazing user experiences. This includes everything from researching user needs to designing and testing user interfaces. You'll need to be able to think creatively and have a strong understanding of how people interact with technology.

    You can read more about UX/UI Design score on https://www.redspider.ae/blog/unique-ui-ux-design-ideas-to-watch-out-for-in-2023/
  11. muhammadahmad

    muhammadahmad New Member

    Web Designers and Developers are two different professions with different responsibilities and goals.

    Web Designers are responsible for the visual appearance and function of a website. They may create the entire site from scratch, or work with a team to create a site that meets the specific needs of the client.

    Web Developers are responsible for the technical aspects of a website. They may work on the design of the site from scratch, or work with a team to create a site that meets the specific needs of the client.

    Web Designers typically have a college degree in graphic design or a related field. Web Developers typically have a college degree in computer science or a related field.
    Last edited by a moderator: Nov 7, 2022

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