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a language used to control the presentation of HTML and XHTML documents.
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A software application designed to run on smartphones, tablet computers and other mobile devices.
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For questions regarding applications that are presented in or offer options for multiple languages.
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the first tablet computer developed by Apple Inc. Announced January 27, 2010, it's part of a device category between a smartphone and a laptop computer.
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the Microsoft desktop Operating System family.
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kept secure to prevent unauthorized access.
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Usually refers to a window that appears over part of a web page in response to some action.
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is an arrangement of items in which the items are represented as being "above," "below," or "at the same level as" one another
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the result of a search activity. The search result can be displayed in different ways and with different design.
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Hardware or Software tools used by UX professionals to do their work. Also more generally software used by users to shape or modify something they are creating.
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Pagination refers to the splitting of information across multiple pages and the related navigation control.
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the time it takes a UI to respond to an action by the user and the effect this has on UX.
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physical interface for entering text character by character.
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information and experiences that may provide value for an end-user
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select multiple related items to create a list or similar collection of related items.
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The ease in which text can be understood (based on content, not formatting). Readability is not to be confused with legibility, which is the ease with which text can be read (based on formatting, not …
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the choice of colors used in design for a range of media
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A workflow consists of a sequence of connected steps.
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widely accepted and understood ways of presenting information and interaction opportunities in a UI.
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is a process of problem solving and planning for a software solution
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often used as a synonym for typeface which is a set of one or more fonts, in one or more sizes, designed with stylistic unity, each comprising a coordinated set of glyphs
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Questions about the way something should be written for users to read and comprehend
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Increased detail and explanation for users to gain understanding on certain topics.
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A togglable button where one or more options is available but only one option of a group may be selected at a time.
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a property of an object that naturally indicates how the object can be used.
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Different formal and systematic approaches to improving UX and assessing its quality.
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Questions concerning the user interface design of websites and web applications.
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trees show hierarchical data. File directory navigation is one of the most familiar UX for browsing a tree.
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A visual design approach concerns the design and communication of a message and that the message reaches the target audience.
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software to present content on a web site.
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process of finalizing a purchase, whether at in a physical or digital environment.
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A home page or index page has various related meanings to do with web sites: It is also usually the first page that the link/site takes you to.
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the activity of creating incomplete versions of software applications. This is done to test implementations, guide development and get feedback.
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the way users attain understanding about what is happening by interpreting visual and other UX clues.
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The consistency that users expect from products.
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Signing up: registering for a service. Signing on: Accessing or logging into a service, usually to access some stored data. Often found together, since signing on requires one to have signed up at som…