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UX / UI design solutions outsourcing in Vietnam

You’re thinking of buying a product, and the first thing you do is your Google research. You find two most prominent websites: a dull-looking one but seemingly with more expertise, and a vibrant eye-catching one that seems to know what they’re doing but you’re unsure of the quality of their work. What do you do?

Naturally, you know you’re better off choosing the “boring” one, but you can’t help giving the other one a chance. You play around with the website, they have some really interesting features and the website feels so lively, maybe you’re mesmerized enough to be sent straight to the purchasing portal. That may or may not be how it is for you, but about 75% of customers form their opinion on a website based solely on aesthetics!

That’s a jaw-dropping number! The hard truth is, first and foremost, all customers care about is their experience. And it’s not just with websites, but mobile apps, games, and every other thing that you’re trying to sell. Are you currently unhappy about your UI/UX design? Consult with Dirox to turn it into one of your best advantages!

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Introduction to UX / UI Design

UI/UX is quickly becoming more important in the tech world. UX stands for User eXperience, and UI stands for User Interface. You will often see them go hand-in-hand and are inseparable, but both terms bring different values to the project. A UX developer does not necessarily need to have the capabilities of a UI designer and vice versa, but many developers acquire both skills. But that still doesn’t answer what the terms mean and what UX/UI designers do. 

The term “user experience” was coined by Don Norman in the 90s, who was a cognitive scientist at Apple. The job of a UX designer is to plan the intended experience of a customer with a product. They focus on the usability and analysis of social interactions and have to think about what the customer experience would be like while interacting with the product. A good UX design makes sure customers can navigate and perform functions with ease. In short, UX encompasses everything about the end-user interaction with the company, product, or service.



A UI designer focuses on the visual aspect of the interface. The code is mainly developed with languages like HTML, CSS, and Java. They design the aesthetics of the digital product, which should be functional, easy to use, and visually appealing. At Dirox, with our team of experts, consultants, tech engineers, designers, and years of experience in the tech industry, we can ensure you a way to your customers’ hearts!

Our Company's Offshore UX / UI Design Services

  • Audits
  • User Persona (Research and Analysis)
  • Information Architecture & User Flow - Customer Journey Mapping
  • Prototyping & Wireframing (Figma Deliverables)
  • Mockups (Adobe XD Deliverables)
  • UI / UX Design for Mobile Apps
  • UI / UX Design for Website
  • UI / UX Design for Softwares
  • Interaction Design
  • Responsive Design
  • Custom Digital Assets
  • Usability Testing

Why Use Outsourced UX / UI Design Services?

Applications of UX / UI Design

Why Choose Dirox?

Creativity & Relevancy 

Propositions & advice for all industries, B2B, F&B, Industry, Tourism, Tech, Health, Automobile, Finance, Arts & Crafts, NGO, and more! Western consultants with an international experience in countless projects to get the Best Practices in every situation.

Affordability & Quality

Our rates are lower than that of European & American Branding & Marketing agencies. Affordable experts' insights and advice and better R.O.I for all your activities.

Convenience & Cohesion

A one-stop shop with active communication between all Dirox’s services: Branding, Marketing, Business, App Development, Testing… to make sure your project is handled smoothly and coherently.

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Your Questions About UX / UI Design

If you are wondering which principles we design the UX/UI on, we have broken it down into five primary principles to ensure your customers will have the most fitting experience for your theme and product. Empathy: When buying something for yourself, you are buying a solution to one of your problems. Businesses need to stand in the shoes of customers to empathize with their problems and sell them more efficiently. Strategy: To come down with the best, and most fitting design sounds easy in text, but it is a complex process to be able to deliver that. Thus, we have a clear strategy to be able to satisfy you and your customers with one look. Usability: How functional is it? Can users use it with ease? These are the questions we ask when considering the usability of a project. While aesthetics is the most important, you don’t want to send your customers away by frustrating them by making them unusable. Inclusivity: Every human is unique, and to cater to each one of them, inclusivity cannot be looked over. Everyone needs to know their voices are heard, and for others to see that you care about every person, including those completely different from them. Validation: When your project is complete, it still needs to be tested and validated. The feedback received is important for future improvements.
Many often confuse these two terms: UX & UI because they always go hand in hand. The meaning of each term is already mentioned above, but what do they mean together? What is the difference between them? Let’s think about it in anatomy. When the code is the skeleton, creating a structure for your project, UX is the organs, which bring life into the skeleton and help the body function. UI is the appearance, the cosmetics, the features, of a person. If you still have trouble understanding, let’s think about it as a sandwich. The sandwich looks delicious - that’s UI, but when you turn it around it is inedible due to rotten ham or mold lettuce - that’s UX. UI is the visual elements, and UX is the whole interaction, you can’t have one without the other. How about one more analogy? A horse, a saddle, that’s UI. The unbalanced feeling of sitting on a walking horse, and the wind breezing over your face, that’s UX.
Our designers use different software and programs for UX and UI. For User eXperience (UX) designers who produce “wireframes”, storyboards, and sitemaps, they use Figma, Sketch, InVision, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe XD. For User Interface (UI) designers, they use practically similar programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Figma, Sketch, but also Adobe Illustrator, Fireworks, and so on.
The cost of UX/UI varies based on the complexity of the project, timeline, and budget. The process to define the price with you is first, by sitting down to get a mutual understanding of the scope of the project. Then, we agree on a number of features and a design style. After, we visualize and prototype your project to be able to move it into testing. Post-testing, Dirox will deliver you the complete project. Consult with us to define your project and get a specific price!