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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 input allowing selection of a point on a linear scale
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a queue for holding items to be purchased online as an analogy to physical shopping carts.
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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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computer software designed to help the user to perform specific tasks
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a description of a user archetype that aids designers by allowing them to follow the mindset of specific types of users when test users are not available.
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a setting affects system function and performance.
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informational bits of text that appear to guide a user through an interface, usually popping up when a user hovers over an interface element such as a button.
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Placement of interface or informational items such that they line up neatly, which can be used for aesthetic design or to suggest associations between related entities.
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a social media web site. Usability questions on the Facebook tag concerns Facebook itself, applications within Facebook and extension of Facebook features.
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A dashboard often displays information on present and previous activity and achievements.
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who they claim to be, either by verifying what they know (password), what they have (a key) or what they are (fingerprints).
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optional information users can provide, especially in response to an element of content such as a news article or another user's article or statement.
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The state of transmitting or receiving information.
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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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putting items into order, for example alphabetic.
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a ubiquitous control in browsers (and occasionally operating systems) for navigation back through previously visited pages. Typically when clicked it takes the user to the previous …
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the process by which information or options are sorted to aid finding items and understanding their relationships to other items.
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the activity where users share content with others.
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the location in time or space of a control or element, position is often controlled to imply meaning or emphasis for an item.
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used to count and calculate.
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a design pattern that enables the user to edit text directly in the page without requiring going to a separate page or opening a dialog overlay. It makes the interaction more direct and…
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a program written to be used by a business.
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a type of window used to enable a "dialog" between a computer and its user.
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For questions regarding when or whether to disable certain functions or controls in an interface or how to communicate the disabled state to the user.
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is a word or term used for identification
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Payment usually refers to electronic fund transfers in e-commerce checkouts.
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Alternatives for different actions
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the process by which companies create value for customers and build strong customer relationships, in order to capture value from customers in return
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abstract images or words that express a physical meaning, process or concept but are distinct from what they represent.
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Questions about how a system informs the user its state or status. How and what a system tells a user about the state of the system can have a meaningful impact on the system's usability.
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Questions related to career development in UX related fields.
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the action of a computer user moving a pointer to a certain location on a screen (point) and then pressing a mouse button, usually the left button (click)
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a popular technique for creating interactive websites, though other technologies (e.g. JSON) are often used instead of XML.