In the technology world, the terms UX and UI have become fairly popular so much so that almost all companies, big or small, are looking to hire a UX/UI designer. These two acronyms has set the whole tech industry buzzing because of they are one of the biggest advancements technology has given us. So what do these terms actually mean? To start off, UI refers to User Interface while UX refers User Experience. An important point to note is that these terms cannot be used interchangeably because they require different skill sets. Let’s find out the difference between a UX designer and a UI designer.