Usability refers to how easy and intuitive it is for a user to accomplish a specific task using an interface. It focuses on the efficiency, effectiveness, and satisfaction of the user in achieving a specific goal. User experience, on the other hand, refers to the overall experience a user has with a product or service. It encompasses all aspects of the user's interaction with the product, including how they feel, think, and behave while using it. It takes into account not only usability but also the user's emotions, attitudes, and perceptions about the product, and the overall impression they have of the brand.
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