Client experience (UX) can be characterized as every one of the encounters (physical, tactile, enthusiastic and mental) that an individual has associated with a computerized instrument.
The field of UX is loaded with same-sounding language, this is a fast manual for the terms you should know.
1. Functional UX.
This covers the elements of the user experience that
related to the actual tool – as working technical elements,
navigation, search, and links.
2. Creative UX.
This is the bigger, harder to define it is created by the tool – that gives ‘wow’ factor that covers visual and creative
There are six qualities that make up good UX:
• Findability –
can I find it easily? Does it appear high up in the search
• Accessibility –
Does it work on my mobile phone, or on a slow Internet connection? Can I use it as a disabled
• Desirability –
do I want to use it? Is it a pleasant experience, or do I dread
• Usability –
is it easy to use? Are the tools I need intuitive and easy to find?
• Credibility –
do I trust it? Is this website legitimate?
• Usefulness –
does it add value to me? Will I get something out of the time
I spend interacting with it?
• Who is the user?
•Does the user’s capabilities, web skills, and available technology?
• What features would make the user’s experience easier and better?