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posted 2014-01-22 01:53:08 +0300

UX (user experience), UI (user interface), GUI (graphical UI), all are different and mean different things when talking abt user facing layer of sw/hw architrctures or stacks. These should not be merged together, but questions could be reviewed to see if they have been used properly.

To clarify my view on some suggestions by some here that UX, UI, and GUI tags should be merged. My answer is no they should not, and this is why: UX (user experience), UI (user interface), GUI (graphical UI), all are different and mean different things when talking abt user facing layer of sw/hw architrctures or stacks. These should not be merged together, but questions could be reviewed to see if they have been used properly.

To clarify my view on some suggestions by some here that UX, UI, and GUI tags should be merged. My answer is no they can't and thet should not, and this is why: cause UX (user experience), UI (user interface), GUI (graphical UI), all are different and mean different things when talking abt user facing layer of sw/hw architrctures or stacks. These should not be merged together, but questions could be reviewed to see if they have been used properly.

To clarify my view on suggestions by some here that UX, UI, and GUI tags should be merged. My answer is no they can't and thet they should not, cause UX (user experience), UI (user interface), GUI (graphical UI), all are different and mean different things when talking abt user facing layer of sw/hw architrctures or stacks. These should not be merged together, but questions could be reviewed to see if they have been used properly.

Any tech/UX-guide or manual will tell you what the difference of these are.

To clarify my view on suggestions by some here that UX, UI, and GUI tags should be merged. My answer is no they can't and they should not, cause UX (user experience), UI (user interface), GUI (graphical UI), all are different and mean different things when talking abt user facing layer of sw/hw architrctures or stacks. These should not be merged together, but questions could be reviewed to see if they have been used properly.

Any tech/UX-guide or manual will tell you what the difference of these are.

To clarify my view on suggestions by some here that UX, UI, and GUI tags should be merged. My answer is no they can't and they should not, cause UX (user experience), UI (user interface), GUI (graphical UI), all are different and mean different things when talking abt user facing layer of sw/hw architrctures or stacks. These should not be merged together, but questions could be reviewed to see if they have been used properly.

Any tech/UX-guide or manual will tell you what Further, in more general notion, all these tag-related mass-cleanings and 'mergers' should not be done automatically just based on that the difference of these are.tags look similar enough. There really could be a very good reason why the poster has selected just a particular tag, and not some other tag that seem to be the same). Then again if some re-tags are not correct they are easy to be changed back by anyone.