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User Interface (UI)

User Interface Design, or UI, is the visual look and feel of the elements created for a product with the focus on maximizing usability and the user experience.

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Site Map (See also Sitemap)

A Site map is a visitor-friendly page listing hyperlinked page titles of the entire website. It is different from an XML Sitemap.

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Sitemap

A model of a website’s content designed to help both users and search engines navigate the site. A sitemap can be a hierarchical list of pages (with links) organized by topic, an organization chart, or an XML document that provides instructions to search engine crawl bots.

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Wireframe

A visual guide for the layout of a website or application.

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User-centred design

A design process during which the needs of the user are considered at all times. Designers consider how a user is likely to use the product, and they then test the validity of their assumptions in real world tests with actual users.

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Persona

A fictitious identity that reflects one of the user groups for whom you are designing.

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Information architecture (IA)

The art and science of organizing and labeling websites, online communities, and software to support usability.

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Usability Testing

A technique used in user-centered interaction design to evaluate a product by testing it on users.

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Usability

The ease of use and learnability of an object, such as a book, software application, website, machine, tool, or any object that a human interacts with.

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User Flow

A step-by-step guide explaining how the user can accomplish a desired task. It is a visual representation of actions the user needs to take to get from point A to point B.

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