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posted 2014-01-22 01:37:14 +0200

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What is the difference between:

  • ui (155)
  • ux (65)
  • gui (7)

I would prefer ui.

What is the difference between:

  • ui (155)
  • ux (65)
  • gui (7)

I would prefer ui.Answer: See comments below. It should be checked whether they are used correctly for the individual questions (for correct meaning see comments) but not merged.

What is the difference between:

  • ui (155)(155) "User interface" - how is the system, device, gadget, machine made availeble to users
  • ux (65)(65) "User experience" - what does the user feel when using a device, gadget, system, ..
  • gui (7)(7) "Grahphical UI" - graphical and visual elements of UI (whether inoput or ouput).

Note that e.g. touch-interface in phones or tablets is not purely GUI, but utilizes some graphical, haptic, motoric, and others sensory (also audio) interfaces to users.

Answer: See comments below. It should be checked whether they are used correctly for the individual questions (for correct meaning see comments) but not merged.

What is the difference between:

  • ui (155) "User interface" - how is the system, device, gadget, machine made availeble to users
  • ux (65) "User experience" - what does the user feel when using a device, gadget, system, ..
  • gui (7) "Grahphical UI" - graphical and visual elements of UI (whether inoput or ouput).

Note that e.g. touch-interface in phones or tablets is not purely GUI, but GUI (even if it is an UI), and utilizes some graphical, haptic, motoric, and others sensory (also audio) interfaces to users.users- ultimately giving user some experiences when interacting with the device.

Answer: See comments below. It should be checked whether they are used correctly for the individual questions (for correct meaning see comments) but not merged.

What is the difference between:

  • ui (155) "User interface" - how is the system, device, gadget, machine made availeble to users
  • ux (65) "User experience" - what does the user feel when using a device, gadget, system, ..
  • gui (7) "Grahphical UI" - graphical and visual elements of UI (whether inoput or ouput).

Note that e.g. touch-interface in phones or tablets is not purely GUI (even if it is an UI), and utilizes some graphical, haptic, motoric, and others sensory (also audio) interfaces to users- ultimately giving user some experiences when interacting with the device.

Answer: See comments below. It should be checked whether they are used correctly for the individual questions (for correct meaning see comments) but not merged.

What is the difference between:

  • ui (155) "User interface" - how is the system, device, gadget, machine made availeble to users
  • ux (65) "User experience" - what does the user feel when using a device, gadget, system, ..
  • gui (7) "Grahphical UI" - graphical and visual elements of UI (whether inoput or ouput).

Note that e.g. Above definitions and this note by @jjaone ; touch-interface in phones or tablets is not purely GUI (even if it is an UI), and utilizes some graphical, haptic, motoric, and others sensory (also audio) interfaces to users- ultimately giving user some experiences when interacting with the device.

Answer: See comments below. It should be checked whether they are used correctly for the individual questions (for correct meaning see comments) but not merged.

Update (@jjaone): refer to this https://together.jolla.com/question/17364/cleaning-up-together-please-join/#post-id-18224 to see the source and explanation of what we should not do with them..