Every profession has its own jargon – short-hand ways of communicating bigger ideas and concepts. When you’re a creative, constantly looking to innovate, new ideas can rapidly become widely-used buzzwords. Can you crack our buzzword quiz?
Early stage designs to organize page structure are called what?
Unscrambling the anagram “Oh Smokier Sump” you get a buzzword that means:
Designed items looking like real-world versions
A button that encourages visitors to take action
The part of a website visitors don’t see
Optimizing a website for search engines
Microsoft Design Language is also known by another buzzword referring to its original inspiration found in…
Public transport signs
Sports team logos
jQuery refers to what?
Coded language used in adding styles, spacing, colors
Method for transferring and managing files over a server
A summary of the content in a web page.
Organizing and labeling content of a website in a way that’s easy to find is termed
Parallax scrolling means:
Using geometric graphics to compose shapes
Making web design responsive for viewing on mobile devices
Moving background images lower than foreground images, creating depth
Using moving backgrounds to create depth
What common newspaper term is now a web design buzzword?
Above the fold
“Masonry grid” layout became famous after which website’s success?
Graphic visuals made up of geometric shapes are called what?
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