What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG)

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WYSIWYG is an acronym for What You See Is What You get. It refers to viewing your content, while editing, how it will appear in its published state. For example, when you edit a post in WordPress and italicize a word, if you are using the WYSIWYG editor, the word you are editing will look […]

Traffic

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Traffic refers to the number of visitors that a site receives.

WordPress

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WordPress is a free and open-sourced content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL that includes plugin architecture and a template system. WordPress is a web based software that can be used to build websites.

Wireframe

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A wireframe is a visual guide and representation of a proposed website’s skeletal framework.

Waterfall

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Waterfall is a project lifecycle characterized by a sequential process in which progress steadily moves downwards through the phases of planning, development, initiation, analysis, design, construction, testing, production/launch, and maintenance.

User Experience (UX)

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User experience (UX) describes the meaningful, valuable, experiential, practical and affective aspects of human-computer interaction and product ownership. It also includes the human perception of system aspects, such as utility, ease-of-use, and efficiency.

Style Guide

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A style guide is set design standards for internal and external documents, templates, print or digital publication, or other media for the purpose of having a set, consistent identity of a company’s branding style. Elements in a style guide include colour theme, tone of voice, typeface, logo display, writing style, and more.