User experience, often abbreviated to UX, is an assessment of the user’s feelings towards a particular system or application. UX should be considered in the development of products to ensure the expectations and requirements of end-users are met.
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UX is a clever system that studies the behaviour, perceptions, reactions and emotions that occur within the end-user when using the product. UX concerns the visual appearance of the system, as well as its usability and efficiency in completing tasks. When evaluating the user experience, software such as the User Acceptance Test (UAT) is used.
UX is an important aspect to consider within the development of software, systems and applications. Therefore, it is essential for anyone within Developer, Engineer and Quality Assurance roles to understand the aspects of UX to create a product that meets the needs of the market.