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A bounded, self-contained element within the UI that signifies a tightly related set of information and actions.
a simple technique for discovering the groups or categories of a content set.
a course or progress through life (or a distinct portion of life).
Questions related to career development in UX related fields.
an interactive widget/design pattern used to present multiple featured content items in a limited space.
an intensive analysis of an individual unit (e.g., a person, group, or event) stressing developmental factors in relation to context.
the process by which information or options are sorted to aid finding items and understanding their relationships to other items.
For questions regarding how changes in an interface, copywriting etc affect User Experience
widgets that allow a single item to be selected or not. Usually shown by a square box, with a check mark in it if selected.
process of finalizing a purchase, whether at in a physical or digital environment.
Related to usability and experience for young users.
A free, Google-backed, multi-platform web browser with a historical emphasis on speed and minimalism.
the application of arranging time in fixed periods for the purpose of dating events accurately and arranging them in order of occurrence
a general process related to categorization, the process in which ideas and objects are recognized, differentiated, and understood. A classification system is an approach to accompli…
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)
A client in Usability terms refers to a customer. Questions regarding this tag embrace how to convince, inform or make a client more aware of a certain process are part of the tag.
The origin of the term cloud computing was derived from the practice of using drawings of stylized clouds to denote networks in diagrams of computing and communications systems.
a system for managing content through a workflow or subset of creating, editing, approval, publishing, and archival.
a transparent overlay of UI hints, somewhat similar to "augmented reality" for applications.
any collection of computer instructions (possibly with comments) written using some human-readable computer language, usually as text.