Questions are sometimes asked on StackExchange which show that the questioner isn't really aware of what UX actually is.
When this happens the subject is - quite rightly - put on hold and they are directed here: https://ux.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic.
Yes I know that the answer to 'what is UX' is nuanced (understatement) - but the philosophy of StackExchange is inclusive and helpful. Should there be something on that page to help educate people who think they know what UX is, but are not quite there?
So, as it's good practice to suggest a solution having pointed out a problem, here's a suggestion for the paragraph [lights blue touch-paper and retires...]
’User eXperience’ (UX) describes a person’s emotional response when using an organisation’s products or services. It’s a broad term which can simultaneously encompass a response to specific functionality ‘I like the way this section shows add-ons that I might want to buy along with what’s in my shopping basket’ and brand values ‘It’s incredibly slick, but without being pushy.’
The term ‘User eXperience Design’ describes the process of bringing about that positive emotional response. This is what we discuss on the site - asking questions and sharing answers on the principles and practices of design that make a better - or worse - experience.