“When someone asks you what it’s like to use a product or service, they are asking about user experience.”
There is a long list of elements that connect with UX design, for example, communication design, interaction design, information architecture, motion design, industrial design, human factors and ergonomics, user interface, and many more. Each discipline is rooted in how a user experiences using a model, software, or service created by one of the above subjects. Also, the most important thing is how users feel that they use the product or service. Does the product or service solve any of their problems?
The goal of a UX designer is then to find out the relationship between users and products like websites, software applications, etc. By using UX design methods enables the design to keep the project focus solely on the user.
How do you feel when you have found an app, website, piece of furniture that has changed your life? Those things happened because a user experience designer (UXD) discovered in detail about the needs of users of those products.
Think of portable devices. Mobile phone users have shifted from Blackberry to flip phone to iPhone designs. That revolution all happened as a result of not only changes in user behavior but changes in how users began to use their portable devices. The phone camera replaced the larger one that is sitting on top of the shelf in your basement.
In essence, UX designs are all about managing a product development not only to shape how a user will feel using the product but to solve their problems or enhance something in their lives.