User Experience Design and Interactive Design

Users get a better understanding of your content; if the user understands how the websites works. This part of the design process is known as ‘user experience design’. This user experience is more related to the layout of your website, clear section labeling and call to action naming. How well a user understands how they can interact on your website depends more on the iterative design of the website. This part of the design process is more to do with how elements on the website should look and interact. For example; a call to action button should more or less always look the same and have the same hover effects such as a background colour of the button to change when the hovers over it with their mouse. This clearly indicating that buttons will take your to another part of the website allowing the user to clearly identify that buttons can be clicked on to result in an action such as navigation to another page or section of your website.