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Acronyms used on this website include:

  • BA - Business Analyst
  • CMS - Content Management System
  • FX - Foreign Exchange, for settling international transactions with foreign currency, or trading in and converting the currency of one country into that of another (Business Dictionary, 2019)
  • LMS - Learning Management System
  • UI - User Interface; also colloquialism for User Interface Design or User Interface Designer
  • UIer - User Interface Designer
  • UX - User Experience; also colloquialism for User Experience Design or User Experience Designer
  • UXer - User Experience Designer

(This site uses abbreviation tags for browser screen reader users, and for small screen devices where 'hover' functionality doesn't apply, non-acronyms will be displayed.)

Terms used on this website include:

  • Android - the name of the operating system used on many smartphones and tablets, owned and maintained by Google. (Burrell, 2018)
  • App - an abbreviation for 'application', or software programme, that can be run on computing devices like smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, smart watches, desktops and laptops. (Karch, 2019)
  • Axure - is a desktop application used to create wireframes, interactive prototypes and flow diagrams for websites and apps. (Axure, 2019)
  • Front-end - a front-end developer; a term for a person who writes client-side web site function code (as opposed to a back-end developer writing server-side coding).
  • Lead UX - a role or job title for the user experience designer that oversees the direction of the user experience work on a project, oversees all other user experience designers.
  • iOS - an operating system for Apple-manufactured devices, iOS runs on the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple TV. (Techopedia, 2019)
  • Moodle - is a content management system learning platform designed to be used by educators, administrators and learners (Moodle, 2019)


  • Axure. (2019) Intro to Axure RP Available at: https://www.axure.com/support/reference/intro [Accessed: 2 March, 2019]
  • Burrell, H. (2018) What is Android? Available at: https://www.techadvisor.co.uk/feature/google-android/what-is-android-3680422/ [Accessed: 27 February, 2019]
  • Business Dictionary, 2019 Foreign exchange Available at: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/foreign-exchange-Forex-or-FX.html [Accessed: 2 March, 2019]
  • Karch, M. (2019) A Beginner's Guide to Apps Available at: https://www.lifewire.com/what-are-apps-1616114 [Accessed: 27 February, 2019]
  • Moodle. (2019) About Moodle Available at: https://docs.moodle.org/36/en/About_Moodle#Highly_flexible_and_fully_customisable [Accessed: 2 March, 2019]
  • Techopedia. (2019) iOS Available at: https://www.techopedia.com/definition/25206/ios [Accessed: 27 February, 2019]