A linear design process whereby, steps are completed and the project passes onto the next phase with evaluation completed at the end.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0; currently, those guidelines are anticipated to be adopted in full as the new Section 508 Guidelines sometime in 2013 or 2014.
The measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of internet data for purposes of understanding and optimizing web usage.
The use of blank (uncluttered) space on a page to promote content and navigation.
Screen-based controls that are used to interact with a Web site and other systems. Widgets include pushbuttons, selection lists, radio buttons, sliders, etc.
A highly simplified sketch of the important information in a page. Also known as page architecture, page schematic, or blueprint
Within-page links are used on content pages that contain several (e.g., three or more) screenfuls of information. Within-page links are best arranged as a table of contents for the page. Within-page links allow users to skip through textual information, resulting in a more efficient information-finding process. [See also Anchor links]
An acronym for "What you see is what you get." It describes the way in which the layout on the graphical screen is a representation of the printed version of the document.