A style of typeface that uses a width-to-height ratio of 1:1.
The meeting point where two lines cross.
A design technique employed on websites and mobile apps that encourages users to scroll to view additional content.
The process of a new user being brought in to a new product. The design for this process aims to have an effective, efficient, and engaging user experience.
A phenomenon in psychology in which recalling items in a list imposes an order on the list, with the first and last items remembered best. That is, if given a list of words to remember like "dog apple tree", people will tend to recall "dog" as being at the beginning of the sentence and "tree" as being at the end of it.
In typography, a bowl is a curved shape used to control the area of white space.
The typographic term for the dot above the letters 'i' and 'j'.
A unit of measurement that equals 1/6 of an inch, or 1/72 of a foot.
A concept used in systems design to describe the negative consequences of making seemingly innocuous design changes. Shorthand for a product's delayed but inevitable need to be reworked due to earlier, seemingly trivial decisions not having been fully thought through in the original release.
Designers incur this "debt" by making quick and easy choices that save time in the present but cause more complex problems later on down the road when it becomes necessary to change or add something.
Also known as a suspension point, is a series of dots (…) that is used either as a substitute for some text that has been omitted from a sentence or when the author does not wish to pause in their writing.
Designers and developers use font styles to denote differences in meaning between two or more words, phrases, sentences, paragraphs, or blocks of text. Typical font styles in CSS and web development are normal, italic, oblique and inherit.