Posted by: Prince Pal

Your UI/UX Designer. Consultant. Partner. Over the past 18 years, I designed websites and apps for enterprise-level clients like Stanford-HCI Research, Accenture, Juniper Networks, Gemalto, Virtual Dental Care & much more.

Paradox of Choice

Paradox of Choice

Posted date: 30-September-2022

The paradox of choice describes the paralysis and dissatisfaction one feels when presented with too many choices. The Paradox of Choice shows you how vast options frustrate you, are less likely to choose and are more likely to mess up.

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Paper Prototype

Paper Prototype

Posted date: 30-September-2022

Paper Prototyping is the process of creating paper representations of digital products to help in understanding the design concepts and test products.

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Pairing Designing

Pairing Designing

Posted date: 30-September-2022

Design pairing is when two designers work together to solve a problem. Design pairing can encompass any part of the product development lifecycle: from business problem determination and user value visualization to a short iteration on an existing feature

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Pain-Points

Pain-Points

Posted date: 30-September-2022

Pain-points are any issues, frustrations, problems, or hiccups that a user encounters during a given experience or interaction.

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Pagination

Pagination

Posted date: 30-September-2022

Pagination is the process of separating or dividing digital content into discrete pages. Pagination also refers to the automated process of adding consecutive numbers to identify a sequential order of pages.

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Page Types

Page Types

Posted date: 30-September-2022

Page Types is a term used to refer to a group of page components that form a page designed to meet specific user needs. Any website can be made up of three types of Web pages based on their location within a site: the Home page, Intermediate pages, and Co

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Page Flow

Page Flow

Posted date: 30-September-2022

Page Flow refers to the arrangement of elements on a webpage suggesting a hierarchy or sequence. It can also be referred to as the sequence of pages or screens user experiences as they accomplish a task.

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Padding

Padding

Posted date: 30-September-2022

Padding is the space between and around individual elements of a page layout; These elements can be copy pieces, images, cards, buttons, icons, etc. When used properly, white space brings visual clarity and balance to a layout.

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Output Element

Output Element

Posted date: 28-September-2022

Output elements are responsible for showing results for various user inputs. The element is the semantically correct element to display the results of a calculation from other elements.

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Origami Studio

Origami Studio

Posted date: 28-September-2022

Origami Studio is free to use design tool created by Facebook and available for Mac. It allows designers to rapidly create and share interactive interfaces. It supports previewing live prototypes on iOS and Android, as well as easy file sharing on any pho

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Organization Structures

Organization Structures

Posted date: 28-September-2022

Organizational structure is the way by which work flows through an organization. It allows groups to work together in their individual tasks/functions to manage tasks.

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Operationalized Variable

Operationalized Variable

Posted date: 28-September-2022

Operationalized Variable is a metric that defines the observation and measurement of data that is replicable in research. You could make it measurable and more concrete so that it can be used for comparison between data or samples.

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