As we continue to see AI seeping into more and more of our daily lives, it’s no surprise that AI will play a pivotal role in how we experience the digital world. After all, the digital world is theirs. We’re merely visitors in this world. We’ve touched on this topic in the past indicating the concerns of AI replacing human designers and how that’s not going to be the case.
Similarly, AI will be the helper that UI/UX designers have been longing for. This may be the tool they need to get things done quicker and better than ever before.
Every UI/UX design task comes with a host of repetitive design tasks that needs to be done as the foundation of the project. These requirements tend to interfere with the flow of creative design work done by the designer. With AI coming into play in the design process, these same tasks can be automated according to the needs of the designer. The AI software can quickly learn specific processes in order to automate deployment of these tasks when they’re needed. Want to deploy something similar with a few tweaks? The designer can go in and make those adjustments and let the AI do its thing. What used to take hours can now be done automatically by AI.
AI is an automated software-based technology that can gain insights into user experience. After gathering and submitting the data, AI will use what it learns to provide insights into what the customers’ preferences are. UX designers won’t have to do the guesswork of figuring out how users interact with websites and apps.
Not sure which version works best? One of the biggest advantages in using AI is in the speed and versatility of AI in creating variations. Design variations can be completed in a matter of seconds to test out every single element you want it to. AI can help UX designers create better landing pages, websites and apps more efficiently with data.
Obviously, the machine is able to do all the composition and color matching functions that humans can do. However, the product experience cannot be done easily without human intervention. Following the User Experience (UX) paradigm, as the product becomes an immersive experience, those innovative design patterns that caters to personalized experience of the products brings more value to users.
As AI continues to grow in popularity and complexity, UX designers can experience a new way of working on creating immersive and unique designs. As drivers of beautiful product experiences, UX designers that leverage the power of AI for insightful data collection and automated design processes are the ones that’ll take the lead in the industry of web and app design.
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