I'm a technical recruiter looking to learn more about UI/UX so that I can better attract quality candidates, and I'm putting together a presentation for a potential client. They are testing my knowledge of the 2-3 core discplines of UX and how they benefit organizations. I've narrowed my list to:
- Interaction Design
- Visual Design
- Information Architecture
Basically how I'm looking at it (and remember I'm a recruiter not a designer) is that visual/interactive design are the front end and IA is the back end to a site. The site needs to look good, make sense and have usability, and then have the necessary content to back it up.
Does it seem to you that I am on the right track?