Do you know what UX/UI stands for?
No… it’s not another buzz word, or ELT jargon just invented
I didn’t know either until I started hanging around cool geeky web designers! UX is an acronym for “user experience”, and UI is “user interface” and both have a huge impact on how learners process the applications in front of them, and hence how well they learn. Changes that are very subtle can actually have a HUGE impact…
So, today, I’d love your input on the spice that we’re thinking of changing in the UI on English Addicts. Please click on the 2 pics below to see actual screen size (different than how they seem reduced to fit here) and the lil’ hint is we’re talking uppercase/lowercase and font.
Tell me which you prefer, which you think your students might prefer, OR even take it into class and ask them (as one stalwart supporter has already done). Any other feedback on the UI is very, very welcome as well!