Web Design Terms, Jargon & Lingo

There are a lot of neologism in Web Design!!! In this episode, I damage down a few of one of the most typical terms you will certainly listen to if you begin dealing with the internet. This is not an extensive listing however instead a list. If you dig this video clip allow me recognize and also I’ll maintain opting for comparable video clips.

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34 thoughts on “Web Design Terms, Jargon & Lingo”

    1. While it may not be necessary, often times when we design for something like accessibility, it ends up benefiting us all. An example of this would be keyboard-only navigation. Maybe you are fully capable and don’t need it. What happens if you break your arms ? What if you are holding a child and mouse navigation is difficult? What if you’d like to be able to quickly go from one field to another without having to return to the mouse every time? What if incur some form of motor impairment another way?

      Everyone one of these situations whether permanent, temporary, or situational disabilities or even an able bodied person would benefit from an accessibly optimized experience.

  1. Hey Jesee. I’ve recently started learning UX Design and I really enjoy writing CSS.
    At first I was thinking about doing front-end development but I also realized that Front End Development is NOT just writing CSS (obviously haha)… So I’m not sure what I should be learning / adding to my Portfolio to become a professional UX Designer ?

    Should I spend my time making prototypes with things like Figma / Xd ? Should I make beautiful webpages with CSS / minimal JS ? Make cool SVG’s in Illustrator ? These are all things I enjoy doing, I just dont want to find myself in a place where I am doing actual development like working with the backend people / actually programming because I really dont enjoy that. I dont mind working with React components and doing minimal JS but anything beyond that I’m clueless. I’m open to more then just web design but as I said i really enjoy CSS.

    Basically I just want to know what to add to my portfolio so I can market myself as a UX Designer.

    Thanks for everything you do.

    1. You sound like me ๐Ÿคฃ I enjoy a little bit of everything. I think it’s OK to be be diverse in your skillset (keep in mind it takes longer to become a master of more than one thing) but that being said I found that I needed to divide my time and focus a bit. I love design and code but end up doing design 70% of the time and code 30% of the time.

      If you really love UX give it the majority of your time and push the ball forward towards getting hired as that, but keep up your other skills and interests… you never know when they will be needed. Think of it like a major and minor in college.

      At my work I design all day everyday, but if they need me to code a website I can and I do at times. I kn ew this going into the job and it’;s a reason they hired me… because I’m multi faceted like you ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

  2. thanks for this video! whenever i come across a design term that i dont know, im inclined to believe i am not a true designer because i don’t know all of the jargon! im surprised to see not a lot of people make videos on these kinds of things as they are very intimidating topics. thanks again, looking forward to the next video ๐Ÿ™‚

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