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describes the ratio between the width and the height of a screen, often described by terms like 'widescreen' or 'cinemascope', but also by numerical ratios such as 4:3 or direct pixel counts, such as …
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The orientation of a device viewport: landscape or portrait.
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a single display unit, typically intended to relay a single theme or purpose while also branching out to other Views.
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a code distributed to users that gives a discount on an order placed on-line based on defined restrictions such as user spend or product type
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The tabindex attribute specifies the tab order of an element (when the "tab" button is used for navigating).
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the 'click' of touch interfaces.
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A game with a "serious" purpose
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Changes or constraints to the UI or UX that come as a result of systems growing and/or shrinking in size or other complexity (and usually in large amount)
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Questions relating to rearranging, or changing the order of items.
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Redo stands for a command that reverses the undo or advances the buffer to a more current state.
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Strategies and techniques for reducing or simplifying the content and user interface by adapting to individual user preferences or general usage analytics. A complementary approach to progressive disc…
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The process of deriving the words a user might be trying to enter by looking at the keys they have pressed on a device. Usually associated with numeric keypads on mobile phones.
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the action of a tool or individual to work through a block of text and mark any mispellings and/or suggest corrections. A spell checker is a software tool, often a plugin for a larger application, whi…
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used to interact with a device when held in a single handed fashion in the rest of the palm, or in both hands cradled by the palm and fingers.
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