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Prototype

Prototype is the step taken after the wireframes are completed. It is a working module completed with the help of either coding or prototyping tools like InVision, JustinMind and so on. A prototype is used Read more…

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Mockups

Mockups is the step taken after wireframing. It is the mixture of wireframe and UI design. A wireframe would give you a basic visual representation of your screen, but the mockup adds the visual aesthetics Read more…

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Kick Off

A kick off meeting is the one conducted at the very initial stage of UX explaining what exactly is the product as well as setting certain goals and expectations. It involves the designers, managers as Read more…

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Agile

Agile development is a technique for incremental software development. It is an umbrella term for several different types of methodologies. It focuses on keeping the code simple, testing often, and delivering functional parts of the Read more…

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API

API stands for Application Programming Interface which is a set of functions and procedures that allow the creation of applications which access the features or data of an operating system, application, or other services. An Read more…

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Back End

As the name suggests, Back End runs behind the picture, a website or a software. Its focus is to power the website and its functionality. The front end is what customers interact with. The backend, as Read more…

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Front End

Front End creates visuals that are directly seen by customers. It is important to have an aesthetic website to attract more customers. When we examine the “front end” of the web, what we’re truly discussing is Read more…

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Beacon

Beacon technology allows mobile apps to understand their position on the micro-local scale. Using the Bluetooth technology, it sends useful information on customers mobile devices.

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Branch

Branch is used so that parts of software can be developed in parallel. This is so that the code they are writing and already completed code can be kept separated.

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Breadcrumb

This is secondary type of navigation used to track down customers location on a website or in an app. Using Breadcrumbs customer can retrace their steps or go back to the original search. breadcrumbs is a graphical Read more…

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CMS

Content Management System or CMS is a computer software that creates and manages digital content. CMS is usually used for enterprise and web content management.

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CSS

Cascading Style Sheets or CSS is a style language that defines the layout of HTML documents. For example, CSS covers fonts, colors, margins, lines, height, width, background images, advanced positions and many other things. CSS offers more Read more…

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Experience Map

An Experience Map outline a comprehensive, visual portrayal of your clients’ cooperations with your business when they are browsing your website. An Experience Map is used to see that which content of your website have attracted Read more…

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NeedFinding

As the name suggests, needfinding is the method of designing an interactive user interface, so that we can gather knowledge about User’s needs. NeedFinding is specialty is the specialty of conversing with individuals and finding Read more…

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KPIs

KPI is the Key Performance Indicators measure the usability of a website or digital design. KPIs look at current usability, trends over time and comparisons with competitors. The end result is data about how users Read more…

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Breadcrumbs

Breadcrumb is one of the most important UX term in Web development as well as in Android App development. Breadcrumbs is a control element used as a navigational aid in User Interface in Application or in a Read more…

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Heart Framework

HEART is a framework for measuring and improving user experience, and each letter stands for a different user experience metric:  Happiness, Engagement, Adoption, Retention, and Task Success. Where did the HEART framework come from? The Read more…

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Tap Targets

Tap Targets are an essential part of Mobile UX. It’s important that sites using tap targets bear in mind smaller screens when creating points. When a web page is shown on a mobile phone it’s smaller, Read more…

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Lean UX

Lean UX is an incredibly useful technique when working on projects where the Agile development method is used. Traditional UX techniques often don’t work when development is conducted in rapid bursts – there’s not enough time to Read more…

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Material Design

Google’s material design brings with it exciting ways to delight your users with a visually appealing Android app. But wait—what is material design? Google has described it as an interface that incorporates “tactile surfaces, bold Read more…

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Android CMS

Every app contains content, sometimes lots of it. Instead of being hardcoded in an app, content should rather be separated and maintained independently. That’s was CMSes were originally intended for. An Android CMS helps take Read more…

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