There's a reason why ordering pizza online has become much more popular than ordering over the phone: it's easier, causes less room for error, and is usually quicker. The website knows your order and your address before you even start. Whenever you post an update to Facebook or submit an online pizza order, you're interacting with the user experience of an application. The website's interface was meticulously studied and tested, with the intention of producing an easy-to-use and user-friendly experience.
Day-to-day interactions are quickly shifting online, and in response, there's a growing need for people to design interfaces. Enter: The UX Designer. We've outlined some of the terms User Experience Designers use in their day-to-day gig. Study up, and then hop into a bootcamp to fine-tune your skills.