User Experience (UX)

User Experience (UX)

How a person feels about using a product or service. The discipline of User Experience (UX) makes digital experiences efficient, effective, and sometimes entertaining. In the world of digital marketing, UX is often equated with optimizing the User Interface (UI) on the website. For example, e-commerce companies want to know about the browsing and checkout experience on their websites.
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