Which drives more sells? UX or UI?
Recently I was readings somewhere in a portion he mentioned about a study that was conducted in Japan in 1980s (I can't remember properly) "That good looking UI can make up of slightly off UX" (not totally off but slightly) So I was comparing vercel.com dashboard UI (That is best in class in accessibility and UX, because it uses Redix UI under the hood) with jupiter.money or fi.money app UI (UX is a bit off, sometimes hard to understand where to navigate, but you'll figure it out anyway) Now form a developer perspective I will give Vercel 100% as it's easy for me to understand the interface. But what I think the mass audience will prefer Jupiter, Fi, SmallCase etc. as it looks good. So the point is - Can design of Vercel be appealing to mass audience?