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Written UI Design Briefs
Using the written UI design briefs is an excellent way to practice UI design. Especially after you have practiced using the FakeClients generators, these written practice briefs are a great way to challenge yourself a bit more. Besides the UI design briefs, you can also try out working on one from the many other fields. You can use some of the briefs for free but to get access to all 202 briefs, upgrade your account.
User interface design, or UI design in short, is the process of designing interfaces for apps, websites, and other types of software. User interface design also used to refer to physical interfaces but now is most commonly used to refer to the design of graphical user interfaces (GUIs). UI design could also be described as a mix between UX design and graphic design as it has more to do with visual appeal than UX design but also uses some aspects of UX design to ensure good usability. This means that a UI design brief will also use parts from both UX and graphic design briefs. It will cover both the stylistic aspects such as colors and fonts, and the "experience" aspects such as user behavior and preferences. Besides this, a UI design brief will also include the obvious parts like a description of the client, and requirements in terms of deliverables.