We made the buttons on the screen look so good you’ll want to lick them.
—Steve Jobs, cofounder of Apple
User interface (UI) design is part of the overall user experience (UX) of a product. We often hear or read about UX/UI, as if they were two disciplines going together in parallel, but it’s a very misleading way of representing that relationship: UI design is part of UX design, it’s a subset.
Just like we mentioned countless times in this book, what’s good for adults might not be so for children. In Chapter 7, we talked about how motor ...