us-er ex-pe-ri-ence [ˈyoōzər ikˈspi(ə)rēəns]
A person's perceptions and responses that result from the use or anticipated use of a product, system or service, in other words, the state of mind induced by an artifact or design.
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Describes the goals and principles underlying the design. Specifies principles and patterns for organizing visual, information and interaction elements and relating these to information content.
Last Update: Mon 2012-10-22 Next Update: –
Graphical Design Specification
Describes the principles underlying the graphical design, along with graphical design specifications and css snippets.
Last Update: Mon 2012-11-12 Next Update: –
Detailed Design Specifications
Printouts of screen reports from the CIUX Specifications Database. Includes Current Screens (only elements accessible from present screens) and All Screens (all elements and screens defined). CSV files have same ordering of columns as pdf reports.
Attributes to Screens
Maps information elements to information content and resource attributes, and visual elements to informational elements and interactions. Includes specification of location of visual elements to screen layouts, views and panels, as well as associated elements such as text labels, icons, and help tags.
Last Update: Sat 2012-11-17 Next Update: As needed
Materials used to communicate design intent for qualitative evaluation and feedback purposes. Note that illustrational materials may not always be updated with respect to technical specification materials. The technical specifications should be considered the definitive source for the final design.