Sometimes a short and simple explanation is all you need. We made an easy-to-understand compilation of tech terms that you should know, all the way from A to Z.
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When designing digital products for an audience, it’s important to take the laws of UX into consideration to improve the overall experience your users have.
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A user’s likelihood to stay on your website has a direct relationship with how user-friendly it is. User-friendliness is the ultimate goal when designing a website.
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Branding is the purpose, personality, and mission behind your business. Branding builds your reputation and shows customers what makes you, you.
Commonly referred to as UX and UI, user experience and user interface design are often used interchangeably but are actually quite different.
A typographic scale is a sequence of font sizes ranging from small to large in a steady progression. These help your brand to maintain a harmonious composition.
Short for “Application Programming Interface”, APIs are a set of rules and procedures that allow communication to happen between two or more different programs.
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