What does it means?
From landing pages and blog templates to entire websites and mobile apps, the digital space is an interactive designer’s domain. Interactive or web designers also need to understand the technology used to build websites and turn their designs into actual online experiences.
User interface (UI): involves how people navigate through a site, app, or tool, using elements such as buttons, menus, color, and images. Many designers may be skilled at both UX and UI. Interaction design: focuses on how people are involved with the experience of the product, for example, a progress bar that shows where you are while signing up for a site or an icon that changes color to signal you’ve turned on a setting.
Information architecture (IA): involves creating the blueprint for a website by making sure it’s organized in an understandable way. Information architects come from a variety of backgrounds, including design, writing, library science, and psychology.