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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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