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UIUX 360 is talking about the UIUX terminologies. Every startup and enterprise company owner should be aware of these terminologies. In this UIUX glossary, we have put together various topics and terms required for digital product design and development. Appreciate our efforts by sharing this UI/UX Wikipedia.

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Zeplin

Zeplin

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

Zeplin is a collaborative tool for front-end developers and UI/UX designers, enabling easy handing over of developed designs.

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Zeigarnik Effect

Zeigarnik Effect

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

The Zeigarnik effect is the tendency for tasks that are interrupted and incomplete to be remembered better than tasks that are completed.

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Z Pattern

Z Pattern

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

Z-Layout is a great way to start any web design project because it addresses the core requirements for any effective site: branding, hierarchy, structure, and calls to action.

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Yerkes-Dodson Law

Yerkes-Dodson Law

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

The Yerkes–Dodson law is a model of the relationship between stress and job performance. It proposes that you reach your peak level of performance with intermediate levels of stress or excitement.

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X-Height

X-Height

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

The X-height is an important factor in readability because, at any given font size, it determines how large or small the typeface actually appears.

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WYSIWYG

WYSIWYG

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

WYSIWYG is short for "What You See Is What You Get". WYSIWYG (pronounced wiz-ee-wig) is a type of editing software that allows users to view and edit

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Wireframes

Wireframes

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

A wireframe is a simple visual guide that represents the skeletal structure of a website or digital product.

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Wiki

Wiki

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

The term comes from the word "wiki wiki", which means ‘quick or fast’ in the Hawaiian language. A wiki is a server program that allows users to collaborate in creating the content of a Web site.

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Widget

Widget

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

Widgets are simple, easy-to-use software applications for one or more platforms. Working as independent applications, widgets can be easily embedded into the environment of websites.

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White Space

White Space

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

In a web design, ‘white space’ refers to the space around the design elements. White space or negative space is neither white nor negative; it's simply the space in a design and it can have any color, texture, or pattern.

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Website

Website

By: Prince Pal | 22-Dec-2022

A website (OR a web site) is a collection of web pages and related content that is identified by a common domain name and published on at least one web server.

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