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On this article we have a great definition about UX and UI. Like the author says "There are huge differences between the two, but the most important is probably that the UI is a objective tangible interface, whereas the UX is not tangible at all, totally up to the feelings of the current user." So, if UX is about feeling, why do we see jobs posting as UX designer???? You can be a UX guru or UX consultant, but not a UX designer, is it right? Another thing is the misunderstanding about UI designer vs Front-end designer. What do you guys think is the difference between both?

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closed as not constructive by Rahul Nov 1 '11 at 16:42

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Hi Daniel, welcome to UX! As indicated by the close message we expect questions here to involve facts. Your question is hard to answer without getting stuck in personal opinions and speculation. Try rephrasing it or asking a different question. – Rahul Nov 1 '11 at 16:43
Hi Rahul. Fair enough, thanks for let me know. I'll be more direct and specific next time. – Daniel Nov 1 '11 at 16:50