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a mobile computer, larger than a mobile phone, integrated into a flat touch screen .
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a dimension in which events can be ordered from the past through the present into the future.
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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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Different formal and systematic approaches to improving UX and assessing its quality.
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set and may also refer to cultural adaptation for specific countries, regions, or groups.
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User centered design (short UCD, sometimes called Human centered design) emphazises focus on end users of a product and aims to test and develop products in close interaction with users.
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An interface element that indicates the progress of process by filling a percentage of a shape (usually a rectangle or a bar) with a color. The percent of the bar that is filled reflects the progress …
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Questions relating to the use of the common pointing device.
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an interaction state where a pointer (usually a mouse cursor) is held over an item to perform an action or display information.
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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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adapting an interface or content to the different languages, skill sets and expectancies of a globally accessible application.
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a method of direct manipulation where a user moves an item via a pointing device to "grab and drag" an item to a desired location, then "dropping" the item to specify an action to perform.
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media such as that shown on youtube. Questions often relate to how and when to use this on web pages.
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is an object of communication with the goal to pass information between communicators (human or non-human)
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positioning of visual elements relative to each other.
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Patterns to help advance prospects along the sales funnel.
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A visual element that shows dates organised in a structured manner, often to allow selection of a date or chronologically group information.
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the way users attain understanding about what is happening by interpreting visual and other UX clues.
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represent a location on the Internet that can be typed or accessed by a user. URLs often present in human-readable the organization behind the website and the function of th…
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A switch decision between two or more options where only one can be selected.
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a banner, button, or some type of graphic or text on a website meant to prompt a user to click it and continue down a conversion funnel
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text, usually about how to use a program.
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data within a context.
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Human Interface Guidelines (or short: HIG) refer to a written documentation that line out common elements for a user interface. These guidelines help develop a consistent interface and user experience…
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For questions about UX in games that would be best answered by UX professionals rather than game developers.
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the art, process, or style of setting type and creating glyphs.
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any process of arranging items in some sequence and/or in different sets
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officially sanctioned guidelines for design.
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The formatting of text and numbers to improve readability or to otherwise improve comprehension.
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Autocomplete involves the program predicting a word or phrase that the user wants to type in without the user actually typing it in completely
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a technique for accessing information organized according to a faceted classification system, allowing users to explore a collection of information by applying multiple filters
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the ease with which text can be read (dependent upon formatting regardless of content). It is sometimes confused with readability, which is the ease with which a text can be understood …
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textual labels applied to content to denote a category, decided either by the creator of content or a user of an application. Common in content rich applications to aid searching.
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the field that studies the sampling of individuals from a population with a view towards making statistical inferences about the population using the sample.
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an agent, often a human agent (end-user) instead of a software agent, who uses a computer or network service.